Who am I?
My name is Andre and I am a full-stack developer and graphic designer, the thing that I enjoy doing the most right now is building apps in Flutter and coding in crazy unconventional stuff like Lambda Calculus and ARM Assembly. My daily driver is Debian which I use for basically everything with the exception of video editing and Unreal Engine game development.
I have earned dozens of awards while competing in VEX Robotics Competition as a lead programmer and designer.
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Some of my projects
Lambda Calculus Sandbox
Android and iOS app to compose and solve lambda calculus expressions in an intuitive drag and drop interface, valuable tool for someone learning lambda calculus or a functional programming language in a computer science course.

Built in Dart, Java, and Objective-C
Llama
Another experimental programming language which compiles directly to lambda calculus with almost no layer of abstraction and includes a comprehensive standard library, extremely useful for doing lambda or combinatory logic proofs for complex algorithms.

Built in Dart
PROS (Contributor)
PROS is the only Open Source development platform for VEX Robotics that is currently being maintained, I do beta testing and bug fixes including adding the watchdog timer which has prevented potentially hundreds of motors across the world breaking from a design flaw in the VEX Cortex.

Built in C, C++, and GNU Make
CRMD
Community Robotics of Metro Detroit is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that provides hands-on STEM projects for K12 after school programs in the Detroit area.
This was the organization behind the award winning VRC Team 69 during the Nothing But Net season.
2016 VEX Robot Code
Robot code used in the 2016-2017 VEX Competition “Starstruck”. It includes several high level features such as: live LCD menu for debugging of motors/sensors/variables/faults, self-test system which warns the driver when a motor or sensor is malfunctioning, entropy, rerun, and more!

Built in C, C++, and GNU Make
Lua Bytecode Decoder
Library for decoding and analyzing Lua bytecode from the web or command line and provides control flow graphing and register dependency analysis to aid reverse engineering.

Built in Dart
^v
Asynchronous framework to create modular networked applications for rapid development with smooth Lua and C++ integration.

Built in Lua, C++, and GNU Make
Toast^2
An experimental programming language that compiles to basic turing machines using type inference, automatic variable initialization, and advanced stack allocation techniques.

Built in Dart and Lua
Awards
2017
HackWSU May
Advanced division 1st place

HackWSU May
Best use of Amazon Alexa

HackWSU May
AngelHack accelerator prize

MCCC Winter Qualifier
Innovate Award

2016
State Championship
Robot Skills

Yankee Air Museum
Excellence Award

Yankee Air Museum
Champion

Yankee Air Museum
Robot Skills

Nissan
Champion

Nissan
Judges Award

RAMTEC Ohio
Champion

RAMTEC Ohio
Programming Skills

Foley Falcons
Excellence Award

Foley Falcons
Programming Skills

2015 / 2014
Southern Ontario
Judges Award


State Championship
Finalist

Yankee Air Museum
Champion

Cass Tech
Excellence Award

Webberville
Champion

Summer Games
Champion

Summer Games
Build Award

2013
World Championship
Div Quarter-Finalist

U.S. Nationals
Finalist

State Championship
Excellence Award

State Championship
Programming Skills

State Championship
Robot Skills

Cranbrook
Champion

MCCC Fall Qualifier
Sportsmanship

East Side League
Champion

East Side League
Excellence Award

Romeo
Champion

Youthville Detroit
Finalist

Wayne State University
Energy Award

Notre Dame
Judges Award

Webberville
Champion

Cranbrook
Finalist