Here's a little about me... Your average nerd here. I enjoy time out with my friends. I enjoy discovering new things and trying them out whether it be food, activities or technology. Mostly enjoy trying different food; call me a foodie if you'd like. Every now and then I like trying new then I enjoy learning new skills away from the digital life as well with things like learning Piano and getting into trading so I can potentially retire early. I enjoy being active, by swimming, playing basketball and keeping fit. I also enjoy my time playing some videogames like overwatch and PUBG.
I basically enjoy doing things with other people and learning new things as I go along. My friends would describe me as the organizer/planner, very competitive.
Laugh, Learn, Love. That's something I think is a major key to life. That's the end of the about me section. This short description may not be enough to get to know me so feel free to reach out if you'd like to get to know me better (Click on my email in the footer).
I'm looking to become a Project/Team lead in the future. I strongly believe that before I get there, I should be well-rounded and more knowledgable. My people skills increase everyday throughout my interactions at both my jobs. I'm becoming a better leader while also learning new skills and gaining invaluable technical skills and knowledge. I'm currently looking for a software engineering experience to expand my experiences, but as I said earlier, I enjoy learning and therefore am open to other positions as well.
Here, you'll find a few of my experiences and what I did at my time there.
May 2017 - August 2018
Produced test cases for cloud-based and enterprise applications. Converted existing and new manual testcases into automatic scripts. Used Selenium and Ranorex as testing tools. Worked on unified communications, call center systems, REST API testing, chrome extensions, android/iOS applications and Internet based phone systems(PBX and SIP) Helped add OAuth 2.0 to the newer mobile applications. Created an effecient pipeline to move old tests and code to github to allow for versioning. Created tool for management to track progress of tests easier.
September 2018 - Present
Working on creating a dra-and-drop platform for software developers or content creators to be able to easily integrate augmented reality within their existing mobile applications. Researching how to have same functionality on web AR. Researched market demand for idea. Part of Ryerson's iBoost incubator program for startups.
September 2013 - Present
Started off as a Lifeguard and Instructor. Within 2 years, I branched off to work at 2 other pools simultaneously including the Markham Pan-Am Center for the Pan-Am Games. From my experience, I was promoted to Headguard within my first 2 years, and was promoted to supervisor 3 months later. I then went on to add different types of experiences so I also became a lifesaving sport coach and a Standard First-Aid Instructor. I currently enjoy working part-time as I get to train and advise other instructors teaching people of all ages to swim and save lives.
September 2014 - April 2019
Entered Ryerson University with a scholarship. Participated in the Ryerson Engineering competition and placed top 5 in programming in 2015 and 2016. Joined IEEE Ryerson from third year and onwards. Some courses I took include algorithms, operating systems, object-oriented engineering analysis, software engineering, computer architecture, data structures, microprocessors, circuits, and signals.
May 2015 - Present
Comparable to a business management minor, the Optional Specialization in Management Sciences (OSMS) provides engineering and science students with a solid foundation in management sciences. Courses are tailored to better prepare students for their careers or for graduate studies in management-related specializations (e.g., MBA). Strong demand for engineering and science graduates with management training and skills makes the OSMS an excellent tool for enhancing job prospects.
Using OpenCv, Python, Java and Android, Made a Skin Cancer Detection Application that has a around 75% accuracy.
Using Unity, our group as beginners created a VR game using the Oculus Rift and Leap Motion as our fancy hardware. It was made in a team of 4 at a 24-hour hackathon. This application was made at Delta Hacks at McMaster University.
Using the oculus Rift as the camera, my partner and I made this simulation using terrain and modified assets from the unity asset store. We learned hwo much time went into modeeling, animating, and adding physics into games. This project was made at Mhacks in Michigan University.
Made using facebook devloper, heroku and Node.Js. I made this for fun for my friends to interact with. If there are specific commands you'd like for me to add, feel free to request. Other than that, you can say Hi :) Hopefully, I'll be able to integrate this alongside another project another day when I'm interested in chatbots again.