After a decade of working in the biotech industry, I've made the decision to pursue my passion for technology by becoming a software engineer.
Since I was young I have always had an interest in technology, from designing and building a website in raw HTML in high school on how to build a potato launcher with nothing but an HTML for Dummies book to creating a data tracking tool that trended assay/equipment metrics, decreasing the number of run failures in an Oncology genetics laboratory.
I earned my certificate from the Turing School of Software and Design in August 2023, with a specialization in Back-End development. Since my graduation, I have been actively engaged in diverse software projects. I've taken on the challenge of creating an inventory management system for Free Little Libraries, a personal side project. Additionally, I'm currently interning at the Turing School of Software and Design, where I'm involved in the implementation of an automated attendance application to support our instructors. Simultaneously, I hold a part-time contract position with Software for Research, where I contribute to the advancement of software solutions for clinical research within the behavioral sciences at academic institutions.
My passion for software development, paired with hands-on experience, has equipped me with the skills and knowledge to excel in the world of technology and contribute effectively to any team or project.