Below is a sample of my favorite projects I’ve worked on over the past few years. The older ones probably have code I’m not proud of, but that’s okay since I’ve learned a lot along the way.
A progress tracking app for weight lifters.
My first macOS command line tool written in Swift!
A very tiny Chrome extension to open all unread GitHub notifications in new tabs. I still use it personally to this day 🙈
A demo app that showcases how one could snapshot and export a static map from an interactive one, using Mapbox.
A proof-of-concept project to showcase how Mapbox turn-by-turn directions could be displayed as notifications using watchOS.
This was in experiment with trying to get AirBnb’s Lottie libary to work with Mapbox to display animated images as markers on a map.
This was my first year dipping into iOS development. I created this demo app to showcase how one could use Mapbox SDKs to display a time series of the 2017 solar eclipse.
A command line tool to close issues in GitHub…now slightly sherlocked by the GitHub CLI. 😄
This year was my first deep dive into Ruby. I made this fun little script to calculate when the ISS would fly over your head.
This was one of my first ArcPy tools I wrote.
I think this was the first big Python thing I wrote in school on my own. I eventually began writing more Python scripts to plug into ArcGIS tooling during my senior year in college.