About me

Hello World! I'm currently a Sophomore studying Computer Science at Bostotn University! I'm from Staten Island, New York, and I love taking on challenges. I'm passionate about solving and optomizing complex problems with programming!

I am a part-time freelancer and full-time computer science enthusiast. (Check out my blogs page for some of my recommended reading material) I enjoy working with both the front-end and back-end components during development.

My Skills

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    Web design

    I can create websites with dynamic, responsive, and fluid designs.

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    Web development

    I can develop and deploy web apps and websites of the highest-quality.

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    Mobile apps

    I can develop mobile applications and games for iOS and Android while maintaining quality performance.

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    Project Management

    I can work collaboratively and manage projects optimally to ensure efficient version control.

Technologies I Work With

  • JavaScript
  • Python
  • HTML
  • CSS
  • React
  • Java
  • node.js
  • C
  • Swift
  • Git
  • Github
  • Firebase
  • Flask



  1. Boston University

    2021 — Present
    Current GPA: 3.68

    I am currently a Sophomore at Boston University pursuing a bachelor's degree in computer science. I will graduate in May 2025!

  2. Port Richmond High School

    2017 — 2021
    GPA: 4.12

    Recieved a High School diploma from the Gateway Scholars Program, a program focusing on a rigorous math and science discipline.


  1. Freelance Software Developer

    2022 — Present

    Worked on and aided in website developmenet for numerous clients. Usually taking on pro-bono work for clients with little to no knowledge in website design and development.

  2. Tutor

    2020 — Present

    Tutored high school and college students in Algebra, Calculus, Data Structures and Algorithms (Java), and Object Oriented Programming in Python.

Relavent Coursework

  1. (CAS CS103) Introduction to Internet Technologies and Web Programming

    Course Overview: Introduction to the basic architecture and protocols underlying the operation of the Internet with an emphasis on Web design, Web application programming, and algorithmic thinking.

  2. (CAS CS111) Introduction to Computer Science 1

    Course Overview: Develops computational problem-solving skills by programming in the Python language, and exposes students to variety of other topics from computer science and its applications.

  3. (CAS CS112) Introduction to Computer Science 2

    Course Overview: Covers advanced programming techniques and data structures. Topics include recursion, recursive backtracking, algorithm analysis, linked lists, stacks, queues, trees, graphs, tables, searching, and sorting.

  4. (CAS CS131) Combinatoric Structures

    Course Overview: Representation, analysis, techniques, and principles for manipulation of basic combinatoric structures used in computer science. Topics include propositional logic, set theory, discrete probability, and number theory.

  5. (CAS CS132) Geometric Algorithms

    Course Overview: Basic concepts, data structures, and algorithms for geometric objects. Examples of topics: Cartesian geometry, transformations and their representation, queries and sampling, triangulations. Emphasis on rigorous reasoning and analysis, advancing algorithmic maturity and expertise in its application.

  6. (CAS CS210) Computer Systems

    Course Overview: Fundamental concepts of computer systems and systems programming. Hardware fundamentals including digital logic, memory systems, processor design, buses, I/O subsystems, data representations, computer arithmetic, and instruction- set architecture. Software concepts including assembly language programming, operating systems, assemblers, linkers, and systems programming in C.

Education Status

  • Freshman Year
    100% (Complete)
  • Sophomore Year
    50% (In Progress...)
  • Junior Year
  • Senior Year



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