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From an early age I was introduced to computer science and started programming at the age of 12. I was honing my programming skills. I mean I did hack into Grand Theft Auto a bunch of times...your welcome, but I was also growing as a person. Getting into programming was a way for me to learn how the world works. In a way, you have the power to create and control certain aspects of the economy through technology and that encouraged me to get a deeper understanding of modern technology.
Charlton may not have been accepted to the best schools but he has been coding for more than half of his life and is constantly learning and pushing himself to be the best he can be despite some hardships and struggles. He has shouldered much of the burden of Rentah and like all great young prospects - the future is incredibly bright. We are lucky and blessed to have someone that breathes development 24/7 that does not believe in excuses but rather himself and his abilities! - Anup Desai
Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence, Game Development (Math), iOS Mobile Development.
Data-Structures & Algorithms, Java Development.
Utilize Android Development Training to projects such as assuring secure code, apply popular android patterns such as MVI and MVVM.
Migrated legacy code from 30+ lumen microservices and moved them over onto a aws serverless stack. Replaced important lumen services by creating a lambda sls application to improve requests speed throughout the lumen microservices.
Rebuilt the website on a framework called Laravel. Also created Restful API’s on the backend and integrated Geo capability. Lead the developers and assign them task that they should complete. Manage all phases of application design -- from coding and prototyping through system testing, integration and deployment
Input and update records in the database so NYC Health inspectors can read the most up to date inspections while in the field.
Monopose was developed in a 17-hour hackathon held by HackNY (April 2017). Our product won third place. The application was built using the Clarifai API and using ZXing for Image recognition and scanning capabilities. We used these APIs in order to help new gym “bodies” learn how to use the equipment properly by scanning the stance of their posture. It also came with an instructional video that would show how their posture should be.
WhatsIn was an application I also developed that allowed you to scan the UPC Barcode using ZXIng and read the ingredients. It would then be used to fetch the definition for the chemicals and give you a brief description.
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