I am an Engineer and technology enthusiast. I recently completed the Computer Engineering program at Memorial University in beautiful, rugged Newfoundland. During my time in the program I developed an insatiable appetite for Software Engineering. This appetite was temporarily appeased by six diverse software focused work terms, several projects and many other opportunities to learn and practice Software Engineering skills. Now that I am finished my undergraduate degree, I have been keeping myself busy by tackling hobby projects which require technologies that intrigue me and doing some travel.
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I am starting to host some of the code I write on GitHub. Below gives a summary, or you can click through to access my GitHub profile page.
This is a list of some of the projects I have worked on for school. For information on projects I have worked on during co-op terms please see my resume.
The CAP Theorem as it Applies to Contemporary NoSQL Storage Systems [Download] - This is a research paper I wrote for a Database Systems course.
Below is a tag cloud showing many of the technologies, skills, programs, environments, etc. I am familiar with. Relative size represents how well I think I know something.