Developed a strategy/simulation game for Android based around google maps and GPS position. The game divides the world map into square tiles a third of a mile wide, and allows players to purchase and build buildings on the tile they are currently standing in.
Every time a tile is purchased its market value goes up by a dollar and the next player to visit it can steal it from its owner by paying the current market value. Cash and resources (like iron, oil, workers, scientists) are paid out every hour based on the market value and presence of natural resources in tiles a player owns. They can then use cash and resources to buy more land, or build buildings and powerups that will let them increase their resource production or attack other player's tiles.
Expedia Hackathon Apigee Prize Winner
Developed the frontend for an application to let users share their itineraries online and book through expedia.
Miser hides 'share this on facebook', or 'like this video' or 'tweet this' buttons as you browse the web. Miser also provides a toolbar button you can click to reveal a popup with widgets to share and view likes for the social networks of your choice, so you can like or share a page when you decide to.
Startup Weekend Edu 2015
Developed with a team a digital assistant for teachers. The app allows a teacher to say out load "Ok Steve, start grading *assignment name*", then it will look up that assignment in the learning management system, and let the teacher assign grades to students by saying "*students name* scored *score*" (eg "John scored 10 out of 12"). Steve preloads the list of assignments and students and uses fuzzy word matching and phonetics in order to match names and commands accurately.
Startup Weekend Uni 2016
Developed an app with a team to allow users to reserve and pay for meals ahead of time, and built a dashboard for waiters in a restaurant to see orders as they come in.
Worked on an existing PHP/Codeigniter/Mysql-based web database of ancient coin sales and auctions. Work included software design/development in multiple languages, server administration, and database administration, including:
Kenmore Hackathon 2015 - 1st prize winner
Developed an app to plot data from King County and US Census on commercial buildings, employee density, and vacant lots in Kenmore, in order to help food trucks determine the best spots to park their trucks.