Hi. I'm a sophomore at UT Austin studying computer science.
I'm currently passionate about front-end and app development. I'm interested in several fields such as IoT, competitive programming, Machine Learning, NLP and Stats.
Hackathons are awesome. I attend as many as I can.
In my free time, you can find me coding, playing jazz piano, tennis or on Udacity learning something cool
"Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it." - Ferris Bueller
Android App recreating people’s quick communications using voice
Calling is too old fashion for this advanced social world and sometimes texting just doesn’t get the job done well enough. ListenApp is essentially a walkie-talkie that a user can install on their phone. It allows for simple quick direct voice messages which make it much shorter than a call and much quicker than a text. It will run on my server making it internationally available. The main feature which makes it different than texting and even Yo or whatsapp is that it is all immediate; when a voice message is sent, the receiver’s phone will automatically vibrate, show a notification and play the message out loud. If it isn’t convenient for you to receive voice notes, it can be adjusted with the default phone volume. This means that if the phone is on silent, the voice will be diminished while still receiving the notification and vibration to alert you that someone sent a voice note.
These following scenarios are just a few of the many daily examples that would simpler if used with ListenApp. Imagine how these situations go using text or calling. Texting on average takes a minute or two so if you need an immediate response, it usually just isn’t convenient. Calling is the alternative option, but it just takes more effort. ListenApp falls right in between texting and calling and just ends up being the most comfortable way.
- friends coordinating going to a football game. “yo, did you park yet?”, “yeah but I’m stuck at
the gate. I’ll be there in 5”
- at the supermarket “are we out of milk”, “no but bring some apple juice please”
- “can you pick up Rachel from soccer, I’m stuck at work?” “sure, no problem”
- “I have a question about the weekly report you submitted, can you stop by my office real quick?” “I’ll be there in just a second”
iPad App helping students organize large essays with interactive notecards
Let's take out the tedious parts of writing an essay and bring term papers into the 21st century! This app lets you create notecards with topic sentences, points, illustrations (with images! videos coming soon...), citations and explanations. You're able to organize the notecards by color and move them around the screen to help layout your essay.
The data is backed up to a cloud so don't worry about losing what you've written. Once the notecards are done, the app will create an outline based on the order you define and if you're happy with the outline, the app creates the essay (all you need to do then is to write the transition sentences) and the citation page which you can export.
Check it out here
an iOS app to help get your friends together to grab something to eat quickly and easily
Our website for more info is Who's Hungry. his is an app that is meant to streamline the process of getting a group of people together to go out to eat on short notice. When students like you and me only have 1-1.5 hrs to eat, and you don't want to eat alone, texting all of your friends individually, or using group chats can be laborious.
Step 1: Select friends
Step 2: Choose time to meet
Step 3: Vote on the nearest restaurants
Step 4: Confirmation Step 5: Tracking group members locations as they converge onto the chosen restaurant Step 6: Chow down
This, removes (entirely) the need for texting to meetup to go get a bite to eat on the fly!
Need a way to text the same message to many people without creating a group chat? Android can do it, why not iOS?
MassSend is a free, convenient, and reliable way to send messages to many people without creating a group chat. All while staying within the comfort of your default smartphone messaging app.
It does not “hold the conversation” within the app but instead is just to send the first message without having to copy and paste to every recipient.
Normally, phones would create a group message, but with this app it will send them individually.
It does not replace the messaging app or act as a new one, it simply is a way to send many messages at once without copying and pasting or creating a group chat.
When inviting a large number of people to an event, sending 50 individual messages is tedious. No one likes to copy and paste that much. This way, type it once, add the recipients, and click send. Easy.
- No hidden fees - Compatible for all iDevices - Send a single message to unlimited recipients without creating a group chat - Automatically uses your phone’s contacts - Works with iMessage, text messaging
Check it out here
Test your math skills to so you can ace the MCAS exam
This is a web application that provides practice tests for the math MCAS for grades 6th, 7th and 8th. It is a friendly and easy to use application that is very helpful and will improve your MCAS results. There are 10 tests for each grade with answers. Enjoy!
Check it out here
Can you guess which Hebrew word it is even if it is missing some letters?
Gingo is friendly educational game for young children which aims to improve the language and enrich their Hebrew vocabulary. A letter of each word is missing and the child has to guess the missing letter. This app comes with a built in hebrew keyboard to support the game. Check it out here
This game is compatible with any phone running the Android operating system. I would love to get feedback and requests for improvements.
iSpy and Where's Waldo... Too easy. Let's see you find one pixel that moves around the screen
Did you see that?? In this thrilling game, you are racing against the clock to find that one black pixel floating around in a sea of millions. Step up to the challenge and find the pixel!
Dude, where are we? You're placed in a random US state capital city and need to figure out where you are
Tried of geography tests with maps and flat views. How about guessing where you are based on a 3D panorama provided by Google Street View. In this game you are thrown into a random US state capital city and have to guess where you are! Check it out here
Think you can outsmart the computer by cracking the code?
Can you guess a four digit number? It may be a secret military code or a treasure box key. All the digits in this secret number are different. For each of your guesses computer will tell you how many digits are perfectly matching the code (Match) and how many are in the code but in a different place than you guessed (Hit). Can you do it in less than 6 guesses? Practice your logic skills with this Hit and Match game (also known as Bulls and Cows game.)
You can play it on themathmom's website here.
Know some italian words? Guess the word that is missing a letter
Trova la Parola is an educational game for children. The goal is to enrich the italian vocabulary of children by having fun. In every word there is a missing letter, the player must guess and type it on the built in keyboard. There are three chances to guess the correct letter, then you must move on to the next word.
You can download and play it here