I’m a Burnett Honors College member at the University of Central Florida studying computer science. My primary interests include software security, programming languages, and program analysis. Outside of class I participate in undergraduate research with Dr. Paul Gazzillo on a project involving compilers for security. I also have experience as a front end developer through my two summer internships with the Service Quotas team at Amazon Web Services. The best way to contact me is through my email, as I check that far more often than any of my social media accounts.
In my down time I love to digitally illustrate, tinker with software, and read. I also started learning how to rock climb, and hope to continue to learn when the pandemic settles down. My technology interests at the moment include learning Python on my own and planning for my first desktop computer build.
I recently created a successor to my first discord bot GlitchBot. This new bot, called EK400, includes “days since” boards that display how many days have passed since a user-provided date. These boards are implemented as objects in an enmap, and both multi-member server-wide boards and personal DM boards are supported. In the future, I plan to add self-serve role management, random image commands, and some bot responses for phrases that aren’t directed toward the bot. Instructions on how to use the bot in your own server are provided in the README.
ExperienceUndergraduate Research Assistant - University of Central Florida (October 2019 - Present)
Bachelor of Science, Computer Science
University of Central Florida, 2017-2021
Not included here is my familiarity with Linux and Git, as well as some prior experience with Java's Swing framework.
Courses (Fall 2020)