Mentorship is one of my greatest passions. I enjoy helping students to build software solutions to real problems. My expertise lies in developing the concept for a minimal viable product, tracking the software lifecycle, launching beta testing for user feedback, and mediation to help resolve interpersonal conflicts.
Are you interested in having me as your mentor for a project? Anyone is welcome. Please sign-up by sending me an email and see past projects that I've been a mentor for while at University at Buffalo.
Achievelife - Dan, Fan, James, Jesse, Jonathan, Miaomiao, Yuzhe
Achievelife is a mobile app meant to gamify your life and lets you level up by completing real life achievements.
Biubiubiu - Jia Qi, Leon, Runda, Xiaofei
A typing game written in Java.
Course Evaluation - Aaron, Linn, Min, Seti, Timothy
A collaboration with the Center for Educational Innovation to give University at Buffalo students access to course evaluation data for select courses.
Memory1 - Andrew, Ben, Jake, Julius, Kang, Ryan
A website for training human memorization of key-value pair maps from letters to numbers.
Memory2 - Alex, Joel, Rony
A rock-paper-scissors meets pokemon styled memorization game made in Unity.
Memory3 (Download from Google Play Store) - Amy, Moe, Nick, Youngki
An android app for training human memorization of key-value pair maps from letters to numbers.
PKB - Alex, Jacob, Piyush
Building a web app that uses your voice to develop webpages.
Team PageMe - Adi, Ali, Jason, Mitchell, Sai, Shokoor
Bringing back the pager as an android app.
Visual Construction - Amrit, Apar, Bin, Bryon, Der Shen, Jing, Jon, Kai, Robert, Sadek, Vince
The Visual Construction Project develops AR technologies to aid in the proper construction of designs. This project started from communication with LP Ciminelli, a Buffalo based company.