About Me


I am an undergraduate student at the University of Central Florida (UCF) pursuing a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science.

I currently work at Bags Inc. as a Quality Assurance Analyst. There I work in a small team of talented individuals to troubleshoot novel software bugs and devise methods of efficiently testing software.

If you would like to view my resume, please click here.

What I'm Into

  • Programming languages (shocking, I know)
    • Python. I mainly use Python to automate tedious tasks in my life or to solve programming problems in my free time, but I have experience developing websites and APIs in Flask
    • JavaScript. This is the language I usually use for web development. My most recent large project made in JS is Pallet Town, a tool to help people play the Pokemon Trading Card Game online via Tabletop Simulator. I've also made a bunch of games in JS, click the link at the top of the page to if you would like to try some of them.
    • Rust. I'm still only learning Rust (it's hard!), but I am really enjoying it so far. My only project made with Rust as of yet is an emulator for the CHIP-8 virtual machine. It's open source, so please peruse the code on GitHub.
    • C, Java, Haskell, Erlang. These are mainly languages that I've learned just for university classes. I tutored CS 1 in C and Object Oriented Programming in Java for about a year at UCF, so I'm decently familiar with them.
  • Juggling 🤹‍♂️.
  • Board games and card games.
  • Reading. One book that I recently read and would strongly recommend is Sapiens by Professor Yuval Noah Harari.
Picture of me in a funny Christmas shirt at Wynwood Walls
A picture of me in a silly Christmas shirt, standing in front of the Wynwood Walls in Miami, Florida. Photo taken by Meg Pukel