I also have Linux/BSD systems administration experience.
- MITRE CTF 2013/2014 — The MITRE CTF was a capture-the-flag style computer security competition. In 2013, my team placed first, above sixty-one other teams. In 2014, my team also placed first in the college division, among fifty-nine teams.
- Booz-Allen-Hamilton Data Science Bowl — In 2013, Booz-Allen-Hamilton hosted a data analysis competition for teams of three. My team placed third.
- Metropolis Cybersecurity Competition — This was another capture-the-flag style competition, designed for teams of four. Working alone, I won second place in the first round.
- asyncio-irc — An asyncio-based IRC library for Python. It's got documentation and a PyPI package. Source is on GitHub.
- Wedge — Wedge was an application developed at a 24-hour hackathon event. It classifies Wikipedia edits for users of the app, then awards achievements and points for constructive edits.
- CodeSphere — CodeSphere was an application developed at another 24-hour development event. It adds real-time chat, improved issue tracking, and a shared whiteboard to GitHub repositories.
- Queri — Queri allows system administrators to check the status of servers with a phone call or text message. It was built at MHacks, a 36-hour development event.
- Dep10y — Dep10y is a collaborative development environment with an instant deploy feature. It used Puppet and the DigitalOcean API to automatically configure virtual environments for each project. It was built at Hack the North, another 36 hour development event.
- Signin for Pebble — Use your favorite smartwatch as a secure authentication device. Simply press a button on your watch to log in to a supported site.