I worked on Nordstrom's website during my internship this summer. I built back-end APIs using Java and had lots of fun working with a large team of about 30 engineers with PMs sprinkled across.
A search engine for bio-medical tools, developed for the National Institute of Health : Big Data to Knowledge initiative. I worked with a team to design and implement the front-end interface.
A high fashion, peer-to-peer clothes sharing platform devloped at CalHacks. This project ended up winning the Best Social Media Hack Award sponsored by Gap.
A WYSIWYG editor that for writing Wikipedia articles. It also allows scientists to simultaneously search and cite pubmed articles. I am currently working on this NIH initiative as the lead developer.
An iOS application to allow users to pre-order items from a food truck. I developed this with a team four including designers and developers using a parse back-end for the Money2020 Hackathon in Vegas.
breadCrumbs is an iOS app that allows users to post anonymous stories to beacons placed on various landmarks around Georgia Tech. I implemented this app in thirty six hours at HackGT and it ended up winning the grand prize.
Still working on giving you guys detailed pages for my projects, hopefully with links. Coming soon! (We shall see what my boss says)