Since résumés for Drexel’s Co-op (internship system) were sent out last night, I figured I’d post my GitHub profile for employers who googled me. This includes a majority of my open-source code, but keep in mind that some of the repositories are forks.
I look forward to working with [one of] you :)
In case you didn’t notice, I recently switched from my old Blogger blog and ugly outdated website to a refreshed new site. This is hosted by Tumblr, so you can even follow the blog if you’d like. I don’t know why you’d want my boring text on your dashboard though. Find my reblog instead :)
I’ve copied all of the posts from my old blog (about a dozen) so the content is still all there. I’m still tweaking my CSS and template, so it’s not final yet, of course.
I expect to be able to blog more often now that I’m not using Blogger anymore. Probably some technical stuff with some not-so-technical stuff mixed in. That sentence doesn’t really say anything.
Any feedback or issues? Let me know, preferably via email.
You know it’s all about the t-shirt.
Stripe CTF 2.0 ended this Wednesday after running for a week. The challenge consisted of 8 mostly web-based levels, and though I had plenty of fun ordering premium waffles to be delivered to my coordinates via quadrotor, this post is entirely about the eighth and final round.