A introductory CSS presentation I gave to "The DOJO," a web-development focused section of UnitedHealth Group to further cement their CSS foundation and to show how the advantages of SCSS fits into the common React. Built in HTML/CSS and served using Jekyll, the presentation itself is a resource for developers to see how SCSS/CSS can effect the styling of their webpage.
Originally written as a dashboard for HackUMass, Github wanted to sponsor our team to create a generalized open-source version for general use. With an easy set up, a group can use our dashboard that organizes mentors, attendees, events, prizes, and much more. We're currently writing better documentation, abstracting a lot of the hardcoded branding, and making set up easy as filling in a page of variables.
What to fix (WTF) UMass is a website written in Node, Vue, and MongoDB where student can submit feedback anonymous to their peers for their Student Government Assocation to work on. Other students can come and vote for the issues that they want to see fixed on campus, and get status updates on their presented ideas. Check it out at wtfumass.com
This simple reaction time game was written for researchers to be able to create a scripted environment where a subject can compete against an unknown opponent. Researchers have complete control over who wins and loses and get a CSV of the actions of the player at the end of the trial. See the code here and play five rounds against the computer here. Watch out! They're pretty good.