Over the summer before my senior year, I worked with one of the Ball State professors to create an alternative to code.org's "Hour of Code," featuring the characters from Angry Birds.
Huseyin Ergin is an assistant professor at Ball State University and the director of the Capstone Connector.
Professor Ergin wanted to put a spin on the traditional block-based method of learning how to code, instead opting for one in a Model-Driven Environment.
To make a functioning alternative, we used AToMPM, a modeling framework web application. Its rule-based model transformation environment helped to provide us exactly the API we needed, and the first fully-functioning iteration of MDEforALL was created by the end of the summer.Go to GitHub tree
For my capstone project in my senior year of college, we were to find a client who wanted a project created.
QuantumRhino is an Arizona-based tech-solutions company that works with and through Salesforce.
QuantumRhino requested a web app that would allow registered users to sync multiple calendars together so that events and meetings would show up on every email. This meant working with Google and Microsoft APIs to ensure correct syncing.
In the end, we used GitHub, AWS, NextJS, React, and Microsoft and Google APIs to host and execute our project. AWS was used for a serverless framework and lambda functions, and NextJS and React were used for a clean user experience.Go to Website
Knowing my line of work and wanting a way to share it with the world, I decided to look into getting a website.
It's me. I'm the client. I am currently a Junior Application Developer at DB Services, an Indianapolis-based database creation company.
While website creators like Wix are useful and easy to figure out, they are ultimately costly and do not provide as much freedom as building your own website. Therefore, I decided to build it all from scratch and start over after using Wix for half a year.