This page contains a selection of my work.
I developed personal task management software which I used to manage my tasks. The software used heuristics to assess the utility of doing each task. Assessed task utilities are used as the basis for task suggestions. This software is not currently available online.
For my computer science capstone course, I worked with two other individuals on probabilistic music accompaniment software called Impromptica. The code is available here.
I implemented several algorithms in the Python and Go programming languages which I used to generate my homework submissions for an algorithms class rather than trace the algorithms by hand. Algorithms I implemented included:
The code is not currently available online.
For my software engineering course, I worked with three others on RoboCup 2D Simulation League agent software. The code is available here.
For my information theory class, I researched how the notion of entropy could be used in task scheduling. A copy of my report is available here.
As a student employee at the Kansas Biological Survey, I finished migrating the Survey's website to Django and migrated several of the Survey's initiatives' websites into Django as well. KBS' website has since moved to a university-wide content management system.
The Roving Imp Theater is an improvisational theater in the Lawrence/Kansas City area that I took classes at. I created the Roving Imp's Django-powered website, which is no longer online.