I'm an amateur Android and web developer currently studying computer science at the University of Texas Austin.

Here are some things I've worked on:

FlipDroid: A flashcards app for Android devices that allows the user to create, save, edit, and shuffle decks of text-based flashcards using an intuitive interface. Used asynchronous reading/writing from database to ensure fluid user experience.

View source on GitHub

The Bumblelog: A simple but fully functional blog built using Ruby on Rails, HTML, CSS. Site features user creation and authentication; varying levels of user access (reader, author, administrator), as well as blog post drafting, publishing, and editing.

View source on GitHub · View site on Heroku

A little more about me:

I'm actually a returning student. Though I'm a freshman (first-year) CS student, I originally graduated with a degree in English before taking the leap and returning to school to pursue a computer science degree.

Before coming back to school, I taught myself to do both Android and web development (Ruby, Rails, HTML, CSS). My first Android app was a flashcards app that I used to review Calculus. I'm currently working on a custom home screen replacement app with a minimalist, gesture-based interface.

I was an assistant martial arts instructor for several years, and once authored a personal development blog that had a peak readership of over 3,000.

Get in touch:

I'm currently looking for a part-time job and summer internship opportunities. I'm a hard worker and a very fast learner. If you'd like to hire me (awesome!) or get some more information about me, feel free to email me at jtang [at] cs [dot] utexas [dot] edu. Thanks!