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My name is Greg and I'm a student and aspiring software developer based in Arlington, Texas. I was homeschooled 1 st through 12 th grade and am now attending The University of Texas at Arlington. I am very passionate about making apps that are useful, engaging, and informative without sacrificing performance and design.Portfolio Contact me
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Between 2013 and 2018, I volunteered at a local church as a student leader and primarily helped with the media team for the youth ministry. In 2018, I began volunteering as a team leader for media at another local church that was starting up. I've developed mobile apps for both of these churches. Additionally in 2018, I began a student worker position at The University of Texas at Arlington police department.
I have experience working with the following languages, platforms, and frameworks.
StrikeDistance was the first app I developed. It is a calculator that determines the distance between you and a lightning strike, given the current temperature and the time between the flash and boom. I wrote it after learning about the speeds of light and sound in a science class. I originally wrote it in Visual Basic for Windows Phone and later rewrote it in TypeScript, HTML, and CSS for the web.
The Merge app is designed to display and remind the students of Pantego Bible Church about upcoming events, Merge groups, announcements, and more. The app also allows group leaders to take attendance.
Church isn't a once-a-week event. That's why The Authentic City Church app is designed to keep people engaged, involved, and updated throughout the week with everything happening at Authentic City Church.
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