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 below.
Temple University, Fall 2018
Avalon Translator - Kyle, Troy
A Java-based application that emails the translation of digital handwritten notes to a specified address.
Bodega Boys - Isaiah, Malik, Stephen
A website that ranks culturally trending music.
Codify - Kaitlin, Parisa
An iOS app for recording your daily activities and analyzing how you spend your time.
CranJamz - Alex, Jeremy, Liz
A web-based interactive lesson plan for teaching users how to read and play piano music.
Encrypted Chatroom - Jesse, Tyler
A communications platform that puts privacy and security in the hands of the end-user.
I.Z.N.'s Flash Cards - Ivy, Nan, Zhuoan
An android app for creating and practicing a secure set of flash cards.
Quiz Game Maker - Brendan, Joshee, Shane
An android app for creating and saving your own quiz-based games.
RideCompare - Anas, Dan, Dennis
An iOS app that helps the user compare Lyft and Uber prices.
University of Pittsburgh, Spring 2017
Clique-in - Andrew, Hannah
A pitch deck and business plan for a decentralized social network.
University at Buffalo, Fall 2016
Achievelife - Dan, Fan, James, Jesse, Jonathan, Miaomiao, Yuzhe
A mobile app meant to gamify your life where 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 - Amy, Moe, Nick, Youngki
An android app for training human memorization of key-value pair maps from letters to numbers.
PKB - Alex, Jacob, Piyush
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
Used AR technologies to aid in the proper construction of designs. This project started from communication with LP Ciminelli, a Buffalo based company.