I'm a developer support engineer at RevenueCat who likes to work on various coding projects. I enjoy making iPhone and Android apps, but I've also worked on projects involving Electron, NodeJS, Python, C, and C#. At the current moment I'm interested in making native iOS apps.
OEIS Client is an iOS and Android app to access the ON-LINE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF INTEGER SEQUENCES. During my undergraduate education, I briefly worked on research that involved the OEIS. There wasn't an easy way to quickly look something up on the OEIS using my iPhone, so I decided to make OEIS Client.View Project
This is the first mobile app I wrote - it's an incredibly simple and yet suprisingly fun matching game for iOS. There are no in-app purchases, no popups asking you to review the app - there's not even any music! When you win, you end up with a pleasing mosaic of colors. It's written in Objective-C in a time before Swift took the iOS world by storm.View Project
FTPY is a simple, no-frills ftp client written in Python. I wrote this because I needed to use FTP on my Chromebook once and found that it didn't have FTP installed. It runs pretty much anywhere Python runs (meaning Windows, Mac OS, Linux, and more) and it's compatible with Python 2 and 3. Contribute to development or download the script on GitHub.View Project