This application was created for the 2016 General Motors National Hackathon Championships. It integrates the user's life with autonomous vehicle services.
The application utilizes calendars provided by the user to schedule events for your autonomous car to use. The application can automatically suggest events by querying the OnStar API for things like oil levels. Calendar events and destinations display on the Android app so the user is aware of their car's location. In addition, the application supports notifications for car pickup/dropoff events and Lyft money earning events. The backend is a Node.js server and the front end is an Android application.
For this application, I developed most of the mobile application. I completed the following tasks:
This website was created for INSPIR3 - Mental Wellness Center in the summer of 2016. The website is a basic static website that describes the vision and goals of INSPIR3 and promotes their capital campaign.
The website utilizes the Foundation framework from ZURB for the design of the website. Node.js is the HTTP server for the website and the blogging platform used for the website. The HTTP server utilized Express.js and the Pug view engine to serve dynamic webpages. Pug allowed easy changes for duplicated content such as the navbar and footer.
I designed and developed the entire website. I completed the following tasks:
This application was created for the 2016 General Motors Arizona Hackathon. It integrates the user's email events with existing OnStar services.
The applciation utilizes Google's Gmail API to find events in the future and automatically schedule oil changes, tire pressure stops and gas station stops. The application utilized different stop and end times for events, such as waking up the user, starting the car and the car leaving for the final destination. The application also automatically sends mapping data to the car before events and sets alarms to wake up the user. The backend is a Java server and the front end is an Android application.
For this application I completed most of the backend Java code. I completed the following tasks: