Before I even started coding, I attended hackathons(opens new window) to first start building and improving my skills. Now, 21 hackathons later, I can proudly say it has helped shape the developer I am today.

  • Major League Hacking 2020 Hackathon Season

    Hack Western 5

    November 23rd - 25th, 2018
    London, Ontario

    Developed a mobile application which delivered bedtime stories to children using augmented reality.

  • Major League Hacking 2020 Hackathon Season

    Hack The North

    September 14th - 16th, 2018
    Waterloo, Ontario

    Developed a mobile application which delivers university campus wide events in real time to all students.

  • FirstNet Public Safety Hackathon

    March 23rd - 24th, 2018
    San Francisco, California

    Developed a mobile application which communcicates a victims medical data from inside an ambulance to doctors at hospital.

  • DeveloperWeek Hackathon

    February 3rd - 4th, 2018
    San Francisco, California

    Developed a web application which aggregates social media data regarding cryptocurrencies and predicts future prices.

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  • Major League Hacking 2020 Hackathon Season

    HackDavis

    January 20th - 21st, 2018
    Davis, California

    Developed a mobile application which allocates a daily carbon emission allowance to users to move towards a more sustainable environment.

    Best Data Hack

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  • ETH Waterloo

    October 13th - 15th, 2017
    Waterloo, Ontario

    Developed a blockchain application for doctors and pharmacists to perform trustless transactions and prevent overdosage in patients.

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  • Major League Hacking 2020 Hackathon Season

    Hack The North

    September 15th - 17th, 2017
    Waterloo, Ontario

    Developed a virtual reality application allowing users to see themselves in third person.

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  • Major League Hacking 2020 Hackathon Season

    Hack The 6ix

    August 26th - 27th, 2017
    Toronto, Ontario

    Developed an open platform for people shipping items to same place to combine shipping costs and save money.

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  • Stupid Hack Toronto

    July 23rd, 2017
    Toronto, Ontario

    Developed a chrome extension which tracks which facebook profiles you have visited and immediately texts your girlfriend if you visited another girls page.

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  • Global AI Hackathon - Toronto

    June 23rd - 25th, 2017
    Toronto, Ontario

    Developed a python library which can be imported into any python game and change the difficulty of the game based on the real-time emotion of player. Uses OpenCV and webcam for facial recognition, and a custom machine learning model trained on a Kaggle facial emotion dataset using Tensorflow and Keras. This project recieved 1st place prize at the Global AI Hackathon - Toronto and was also invited to demo at NextAI Canada.

    1st Place Winner

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  • McGill AI for Social Innovation Hackathon

    June 17th - 18th, 2017
    Montreal, Quebec

    Developed realtime facial microexpression analyzer using AI

  • Open Source Circular Economy Days Hackathon

    June 10th, 2017
    Toronto, Ontario

    Developed a custom admin interface for the food waste startup Genecis to manage their data and provide analytics.

    1st Place Winner

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  • Make School's Student App Competition 2017

    May 19th - 21st, 2017
    International

    Submitted PocketDoc to an online app competition and placed top 10 in the world.

    Top 10 Finalist | Honourable Mention

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  • HackMining

    May 12th - 14th, 2017
    Toronto, Ontario

    Developed neural network to optimize a mining process

  • Waterloo Equithon

    May 5th - 7th, 2017
    Waterloo, Ontario

    Developed Pocketdoc, an app in which you take a picture of a physical wound, and the app returns common solutions or cures to the injuries or diseases.

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  • SpaceApps Waterloo

    April 28th - 30th, 2017
    Waterloo, Ontario

    Developed Earthwatch, a web application which allows users in a plane to virtually see important points of interest about the world below them. They can even choose to fly away from their route and then fly back if they choose. Special thanks to CesiumJS for providing open source world and plane models.

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  • Major League Hacking 2020 Hackathon Season

    MHacks 9

    March 24th - 26th, 2017
    Ann Arbor, Michigan

    Developed Super Graphic Air Traffic, a VR website made to introduce people to the world of air traffic controlling. This project was built completely using THREE.js as well as a node backend server.

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  • Major League Hacking 2020 Hackathon Season

    StartHacks I

    March 4th - 5th, 2017
    Waterloo, Ontario

    Developed at StartHacks 2017, Recipic is a mobile app which allows the user to take pictures of ingredients around their house, classify those ingredients using the ClarifAI image recognition API, and return suggested recipes to make using the provided ingredients. Recipic recieved 1st place at the hackathon for best pitch and hack.

    1st Place Winner

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  • Major League Hacking 2020 Hackathon Season

    QHacks II

    February 3rd - 5th, 2017
    Kingston, Ontario

    Developed a mobile game which enables city-wide manhunt with random lobbies

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  • Terrible Hacks V

    November 26th, 2016
    Waterloo, Ontario

    Developed a mock of Windows 11 with interesting notifications and functionality

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  • Portal Hackathon

    October 29, 2016
    Kingston, Ontario

    Developed an internal widget for uploading assignments using Waterloo's portal app

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Last Updated: 7/6/2020, 3:45:08 PM