Nearly all of my code is open source, and I enjoy contributing to other open source projects.
Other interesting tidbits:
Federalist is a static site platform for compliantly hosting federal web sites.
It greatly reduces the arduous compliance burden of federal offices that want to launch web sites, which saves
a large amount of staff time and resources for those offices.
I am currently the lead developer on this project, building upon the great work of previous 18F staff.
CALC is a web-based tool to help for researching awarded labor rates of federal contracts, with the goal of helping
contracting officers better negotiate new rates. I was part of a team that added new data ingestion features to CALC.
In addition to coding, I also participated in user research sessions and worked through the compliance process necessary to keep CALC online.
The 2017 Interactive State Water Plan (ISWP 2017) is a web application for the public and planners to explore the data of the 2017 Texas State Water Plan.
It was the first time the official State Water Plan of Texas had an online tool as part of its statutorily-mandated content.
I was the primary developer of the ISWP 2017 when I was at TNRIS, and staff who came after me have continued to improve its functionality.
The Geospatial Emergency Management Support System 2.0 (GEMSS2) is a web application for use by the public and state agencies to view a variety of geospatial data layers in a single web map.
GEMSS2 was used at the Texas State Operations Center during the response to severe floods in March 2016.
I was the primary developer of GEMSS2.
Like the ISWP 2017, the 2012 Interactive State Water Plan is a web application for exploring data of the 2012 Texas State Water plan.
It was launched a few years after the paper-based water plan, and was the first time Texas State Water Plan data was put online in an
I was the primary developer and designer of the ISWP 2012 and worked closely with water planning staff and data analysts.
Maptime is a beginner-friendly gathering to teach each other about mapping and cartographic concepts, often as they relate to maps on the internet. As a founder and co-organizer of MaptimeATX, the Austin chapter of Maptime, I've led several workshops and given talks on topics like Leaflet, TurfJS, and Carto(DB).
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