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“All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them” – Walt Disney


MERN Book Sale Hunt (May 2022)

Using React, Node.js, Express & MongoDB - Allows libraries to post upcoming book sale information. This also provides avid readers to have a central website to find nearby book sales. Additionally, a login authentication will be implemented to allow library to create/delete/update their listing.

  • Mongo
  • Express
  • React
  • Node

Property Management Web Application (March 2022)

Using React, JavaScript, Node.js, & SQL - Allows users to manage their real estate property. This web application tracks your tenants, property managers, and properties with various data points like name, address, rooms, etc.

  • React
  • JavaScript
  • SQL

NYT Bestseller Book List (Dec 2021)

Using React, Javascript & New York Times API - This allows users to view the top 15 bestselling NYT books each week. Included on each book are information like the current rank, last weeks rank, how many weeks the book has been on the bestselling list, author, ISBN, and a dynamically generated amazon link that has an affiliate code encoded.

  • React
  • JavaScript

Home Library Database (Aug 2021)

Using Tkinter, Python & SQLite3 - Allows users to add in their book information such as ISBN, book title, author, and book rating. This will aid in cateloging their home library in a organized way.

  • Tkinter
  • Python
  • SQLite3


I've worked with a range a technologies in the web development world. From Back-end To Design

  • Front-End

    Experiece with

  • Back-End

    Experience with
    Node, Express, MongoDB, SQL, and Flask

  • UI/UX

    Experience with
    tools like Figma

About Me

I had my heart set out to become a physician but after starting O3 Books my passion for technology grew. One thing led to another and now I am pursuing a degree in Computer Science. My goal is to work in technology to innovate, create, and analyze.

Never stop learning, because life never stops teaching