Web development has been my passion since I was
years old. My goal is to always build applications that are scalable and efficient under the
while providing engaging, pixel-perfect user experiences. I believe in
always following best practices and writing clean, legible code.
When I'm not in front of a computer screen, I'm probably working out at the gym, watching anime, or trying out new recipes in the kitchen.
I'm currently a Software Engineer at Kaplan Test Prep in NYC. Right now, I'm Using Angular 7 to work on
a multi-tenant content authoring platform and architecting scalable and reusable UI layouts and
components to be used across multiple frameworks (React and Angular). Previously worked on a
student-facing question bank application using Angular 4, Flexbox, NodeJS, and ngrx - Kaplan’s
first product in a new Front End platform. I also championed the creation and adoption of Kaplan's
living style guide
and reusable component library, built with Angular 5 using the presentational/container architecture.
I am also Kaplan Test Prep's accessibility expert, certified in Information and Communication Technology Accessiblity (ICT). I perform manual usability tests, assist other developers, and evangelize accessibility best practices to ensure Kaplan products can be used by blind, mentally/physically impaired, and other special-needs students.
I have also taught hours of front-end topics such as CSS Grid, BEM Architecture, Presentational and Container Components, and Chrome DevTools. Some of the presentation material can be viewed here.