I’ve been fully into Android application development since Cupcake and the original Google G1, releasing the first Gameboy emulator for Android as well as a half-dozen other high profile applications and having my apps featured all over the web. I’ve used my expert knowledge in the area to train others and do contract work and consulting for local businesses. In the time since I’ve also been working towards proficiency in web frameworks for mobile app development.
I’m currently a Software Deployment Specialist at Ontario Tech (or UOIT), an amazing University with some identity struggles that you might know better as Durham College (much to my dismay). I spent 6 years here learning Computing Science and I’ve loved my time here enough that I’ve stuck around to help improve things for future students.
I run pilot projects on new technologies, automate the **** out of everything, create images deployed to thousands of laptops, handle the software packaging, deployment and security of hundreds software titles, level 3 line of support, server and application administration, web development and Windows app development.
I created GameShelf.io and NookDB.io. GameShelf.io lets you view your entire board game collection, and NookDB.io lets you view all the items you have in Animal Crossing New Horizons. Both have an overkill amount of filters and views so you can answer any questions you might have. How many best with 3 player games that play in less than half an hour do I have?