I'm a naturally curious person, and as a result of that, I constantly find myself striving to learn more and more every day. I'm fascinated by the world of mental health and aspire to one day work in that field. I know my degree may not reflect that at first glance... But I believe that engineering solutions lie everywhere, even in the brain. I chose to become an engineer to develop an engineering mindset, or in other words, a solution-based mindset. I love designing solutions for problems and applying what I learn. I love getting to know new people so feel free to check out my contact page or to connect with me on one of my socials. Whether you want to talk about last nights leafs game or tomorrow's problems, I'm your guy.
Systems Design Engineering
• Collaborating with a group to develop the front end of a mobile app using react-native and Figma that received
over $150,000 in investment.
• Contribute to product development in weekly scrum meetings.
• Communicate with CTO to handle bugs and containerize the backend with docker.
• Developed several AngularJS pages on the admin website that allows users to add/edit items from the
• Handled bugs and implemented new features to the WPF/SL software using C#.
• Implemented raw SQL in the admin website to decrease load times by 33%.
• Created a website where students can upload their resumes to a bank for Ryerson Engineering sponsors
• Created the UI for administrators where they can extract csv’s and change passwords for users
Led and managed a group of students who ran various academicbased events for the biomedical engineering students.
Achieved an average > 80%
I've heard high school stuff doesn't matter, still very proud of this.
“Life can always change, you have to adjust.” – Drake
“The moment I stop having fun with it, I’ll be done with it.” – Drake
It scans a handwritten prescription and sends the name, address, prescription and date to a database that can be accessed through a graphical user interface. We also created a map that could hold the signatures of doctors in the area to help pharmacists avoid forgeries. More about that on challenges