Developer Student Clubs (DSC) are community groups for students from any academic background in their undergraduate or graduate term. By joining a DSC, students build their professional and personal network, get access to Google developer resources, and work together to build solutions for local problems in a peer-to-peer learning environment.
Stone Breaker uses Google Firebase Machine Learning to analyze faces in images, find smiles, label images, and Landmark recognition. This app also includes a QR Code Reader, which implements Google Vision technology; a password generator that uses a custom formula to generate strong passwords for your online accounts. Google Play
Trained an AI model using stock images of phones, people automobiles, and stop signs. It can identify objects with ~99% confidence. The AI is constantly being improved, you can look at the demos below, or try it out yourself here. Or if you want to use this on Android, you can get it from the play store, at this link.
This is the website I made for the StanHacks Hackathon event at my University. Website
Lead a workshop on the basics of Android App development in November of 2018. Guided students through building a simple "Hello World" app in Android Studio. GitHub Files
My group Project for HackSC in Los Angeles. Pantori uses Google Cloud APIs to scan your receipts and keep track of the foods you buy whenever you buy them. Just simply upload your receipt to the website, and like that, your food is automatically kept track of! DevPost Submission
Hosted a Major League Hacking Localhost Workshop on Basic Front-end development. Signal Article
Won the award of Most Improved Club from CSU Stanislaus' Student Leadership and Development Department. This was earned because of our work in increasing club activity (such as workshops, meetings, etc..) and establishing the inaugural StanHacks hackathon, which was the first time a hackathon had ever been hosted on campus.