I'm a Software Engineer at Salesforce. I'm currently working on a set of Android software libraries with the embedded services team of Service Cloud. Aside from programming some of my hobbies include competitive billiards, motorcycling, and playing music.
In Progress - Intoxication Calculator - iOS Application:
I'm currently porting my Intoxication Calculator over to iOS using Swift 3.0.
Intoxication Calculator - Android Application:
The Intoxication Calculator app estimates blood alcohol concentration, estimated time until sober, impairments and more for multiple users. These calculations are based on the provided data: weight, gender, drinks consumed and time spent drinking. Check it out in the Google Play Store!
Patch4That! - eCommerce CMS Web Application:
PATCH4THAT is a distributor of PatchMD, a supplier of topical patches that utilizes the skin for the delivery system and avoids the digestive system. This CMS web application allows the client to manage page content, accept credit card / paypal payments, product details, inventory and shipping information to enhance exposure and sales of their innovative product.
Kooshie Seats - eCommerce CMS Web Application:
Kooshie is an innovative seat cushion to enhance comfort across a variety of chairs. Built per the clients design request this CMS web application allows the client to manage page content, accept credit card / paypal payments, product details, inventory and shipping information to enhance exposure and sales of their innovative product.
A deep selection of rock, blues, funk and more. Broadcasting and hosted from a custom built Linux stack tucked neatly under my living room coffee table.
I've recently read: Kali Linux Revealed - Raphael Hertzog, Jim O'Gorman
While I already feel comfortable in Unix type environments I hope to learn more about the Linux kernel, customizing programs and security as a whole.
Writing Effective Java 2nd Edition - Joshua Bloch
While this was published in 2008 near the Java 6 release, this is still a great review for writing clean and efficient Java code. I'm looking forward to the 3rd Edition which will include Java 8.