Migrated my personal website to a Full Stack Project. This website relies on a CRUD-based infrastructure to allow changes to the website dynamically instead of programmatically. A place to showcase my skills, experiences, and projects. Make sure to follow me on my socials :)
A platform where Programmers can post topics or opinions to be discussed and scrutinized. An archive of facts may be build related to programming myths that may be referenced when discussing or deciding between languages and frameworks. Built during the MLH Fellowship.
A platform for college students to create personal websites/portfolios dynamically. Users can also create and manage their own blogs from within their account. Users can also create events as part of the event planner to manage and track their appointments.
Don't Share My Code is a real-time online collaborative text editing software. It features a room-driven live editor with syntax support for JS and Python. It also features a chatbox for further collaboration and communication. Submission for UB Hacking 2020
Discord bot for UB Hacking 2020. Since the hackathon is fully virtual, there is a need for a communications platform for participants. The bot is built discord.py. The bot features user verification, event check-in, Q&A, and more.
Hackathon Submission for UB Hacking 2018. Placed 3rd overall. Real-time canvassing and messaging application built using Express.js, Socket.io and MongoDB. Integrated with Google Cloud OCR for handwriting recognition.
while working on side-projects such as react, redux, express, django etc. At Amazon, I worked very closely with AWS and Apache Spark.
Hi! My name’s Mayank, (you can call me MJ for short!) and I’m a Software Engineer at Macquarie.
I graduated from the University at Buffalo, State University of New York in 2021, with a degree in Computer Science.
Here are a few things I'm interested in:
technology that improves the world 📱
music that makes me tap my feet 🎶
and some really good bubble tea!!!! 🧋
“If everything seems under control, you’re just not going fast enough."