los angeles, california
b.s. in computer science - cal poly pomona
[git, java, python, html, css, figma, windows os, computer hardware]
[photography, vibing to music, video games, building PCs, mechanical keebs]
"It’s not a bug – it’s an undocumented feature." - Anonymous
It's this site you are currently visiting!! This is my developer
and photographer portfolio. It is a responsive website with a little bit of text animation.
This project was also created for HTML, CSS, and JS learning purposes.
The GitHub repository currently has been starred at least 8 times and forked at least 4 times.
This is a redesign of my optometrist's website
to be responsive and have a modern minimalistic design (and look less early 2000's). This was
created just for fun to practice my web development and design skills.
I am not associated with nor speak for this optometry practice.
Users can click on buttons for changing color when they are active, such as liking the song,
repeat, and shuffle. This project was also created for HTML, CSS, and JS learning
The GitHub repository currently has been starred at least 12 times.
This is a
recurrent neural network Twitter bot written in Python with Tweepy. This will tweet newly generated
text from the trained model every hour to a Twitter Account. Find yourself some text to train
the model with textgenrnn and follow the
ReadMe to create
your own recurrent neural network Twitter bot.
My @dickinson_rnn Twitter bot generates text with a temperature of 0.7 and a loss of 0.1894. It was originally deployed on a Google Cloud Platform virtual machine instance. However, the free trial period ended, so it is now scheduled to run locally on PC login.
The GitHub repository currently has been starred at least 3 times.
This Instagram script automates the process of going through
hashtag(s) and liking and/or commenting on the posts on a Google Chrome browser. Want to grow
your community and following without the negative implications of an actual bot? Customize the
list of randomly chosen comments to your liking, and no one will even notice that it is not
actually you commenting on their posts.
The GitHub repository currently has been starred at least 12 times and forked at least 5 times.
This is a Twitter bot written in Python with
Tweepy. Run this script to automate liking and/or
retweeting tweets that contain single or multiple keywords and hashtags. You can customize the
search keywords, whether you want to get recent or popular results, and if you want the bot to
run continuously or not.
My @ac_celeste_bot Twitter bot likes and retweets anything about "Animal Crossing Celeste". I did not realize that there is also a game called Celeste, so the bot also retweets any tweets talking about both of these games. It was originally deployed on an Amazon Web Services Elastic Compute Cloud instance. However, the free trial period ended, so it is now hosted on PythonAnywhere.
The GitHub repository currently has been starred at least 4 times and forked at least 1 time.
This is a web application using a Spring Boot backend and ReactJS
frontend deployed on an Amazon Web Services Elastic Compute Cloud instance that aggregates Cal
Poly Pomona campus events for simple viewing and creates sharable calendar links. I constructed
data access objects, service layers, and rest controllers for users, events, and calendars, and
I implemented REST API operations to manipulate and retrieve user, event, and calendar data as
JSON objects in a MongoDB database.
This project was created by a team of 5 for our Software Engineering course. The idea for this web app came about because our university's campus events were all spread out on different pages, such as the main site, career center, ASI, and by each college. We wanted to webscrape all the events and put it in one place. We also wanted to include the option of adding campus events or personally created events to a calendar that can be shared with others via links.
We have decided to not continue with this project and it is not live anymore. However, you can still take a look at our code repository.
“Photography is the story I fail to put into words.” – Destin Sparks
Here are all the places you can find or contact me on the internet.