I redesigned and deployed the Silicon Valley Youth website, adding a filter function for classes, parallax page scrolling, jQuery animation, full page navigation, a payment system and more. Overall, the site became much easier to navigate, more aesthetically pleasing, and more professional.
I wrote a Python program that uses the pre-trained ConceptNet Numberbatch word embeddings to solve word analogies. I deployed it with Flask API and wrote a ReactJS client to allow users to test their own embeddings, and visualize the results of a test on former SAT word analogy questions.
I recreated the classic game of Minesweeper using ReactJS. I also wrote a solver algorithm that has 100% success rate (on 10,000 test iterations, 10x10 with 10 mines).
I developed a website for a local daycare called Mi Escuelita Cupertino. I focused on implementing simple navigation, using bright and vibrant color schemes, and used images and SVG graphics to enhance the site's visual appeal.
For a Slack coding challenge, I created an emoji-paint app using ReactJS, that allows users to "paint" on a grid using emojis. Users can switch the current emoji, erase their work, and copy it to the clipboard.
I created a website for a hackathon called MVHacks, which was the first hackathon hosted at Monta Vista High School.
I built the website for a local hackathon called OmniHacks, implementing CSS layering & some parallax effects.
I designed the webpage and logo for MatadorHacks, the first high school hackathon hosted at Monta Vista High School. I implemented advanced parallax scrolling with jQuery, as well as the Google Maps API.
I helped to build the landing page for HSHacks, the largest student-run high school hackathon in the United States. I created the basic structure, as well as the header and site navigation, using jQuery, HTML, CSS and particles.js. I also used Firebase to create the live site, which allows users to ask questions & get live updates.