Some of my timeline can be found under notes
You can view a formal resume here
But, here is a (possibly incomplete) list of activities:
Other projects without dates can be found there.
I started developing using Win7/10, but around Jan 2016 I moved to Ubuntu, and as of July 2016, I’ve been using GNU/Linux exclusively for development (on my own machine, I use a school macbook as a laptop).
Here’s a timeline of awards/achievements/things I’ve done:
- Came to the L&N STEM Academy
- Joined L&N STEMpunks website
- Placed 2nd at CodeTN with synap
- Accepted as an ORNL intern (please see here for more details)
- Finished ORNL internship, and continued work on SimpleSummit
- Wrote fractalexplorer, a fractal exploring program, which ran on Titan.
- Accepted and was part of the world record breaking party
- Recorded, produced, and released an album: “Lizards”
- Was Named Student of the Month for STEM during November
- Worked on a project for Agilaire called “pilog”, which is a datalogger built on a raspberry pi. It was on display at the Agilaire booth in the 2018 National Ambient Air Monitoring Conference.
- Placed 2nd at the Tennessee High School Ethics Bowl competition.
- Competed in CodeTN with th!nk
- Administration of the L&N STEM Academy’s 3D printers (includes scheduling prints, maintenance, etc)
- Placed as “Reserve Grand Champion” at the SASEF science fair with my project: Software Techniques for Rendering Fractals, and I won a trip to participate in the Intel science fair in Pittsburgh.
- Won the “Superintendent’s” special award at the SASEF science fair (750$ award)
- Won the “Intel” special award at SASEF science fair (200$ award)
- Was an FRC “Dean’s List” semi-finalist for the 2017-2018 season
- Participated in a 12 week research program at ORNL as Lead Software Developer for the OLCF’s SimpleSummit cluster computer project.