Welcome to my little corner of the internet. I'm Anthony Vardaro—student, software engineer, hackathoner.


Lockheed Martin

May 2016 - Aug 2016, May 2017 - Aug 2017, May 2018 - Present
  • First high school student hired in EBS / AeroIT.
  • Lead software engineer on the number one F-35, C-130 quality assurance initiative.
  • Guest speaker at CodeQuest every year since 2017.
  • Automated internal web deployments.

Venndr

Web app that analyzes the keywords in your resume in comparison to keywords in online job postings to provide insight on open jobs whose criteria best aligns with your skillset. Implemented in Vue, Node, and Mongo.

See the code here.

MavScript

Mavscript is a UTA themed programming language written in Java. Written at HackUTA. Dependency-free, dynamically-typed and capable of handling Fizzbuzz, bubble sort, etc. The syntax is designed to reflect, and subtly make fun of UTA culture.

See the code here.

SMS Pickup Lines

A bot that texts you pickup lines. Text smash to +1 (817) 760-2776. If you're feeling extra lucky you can also try sending it a girls name and it will attempt to find a pickup line cleverly laced with her name as a cheeky pun. Written in Node. Great for Tinder.

See the code here.

Sneaker Bot

A bot I made for myself in high school to automatically purchase hyped shoes off Adidas.com. It listens for tweets relating to restock or release announcements for shoes, and purchases the shoe via Java Selenium. Adidas has since patched it, so it no longer works. I kind of grew out of NMDs anyway.

See the code here.

Dank

A dank meme programming language I wrote at HackUTD 2018. Believe it or not, I actually won an award for this! What's even funnier is that the award I was given, was for building something that would encourage young students to engage in programming. To my surprise, Dank is actually extremely capable.

See the code here.

Rendezvous

Made for people who organize hackathons, it's an app that optimizes the bus pickup locations for participants based on CO2 emissions. Written in JS. It's essentially just a k-means implementation where k = (number of buses), X and Y are lattitude and longitude respectively.

See the code here.


Expertise

  • Java
  • C / C++
  • NodeJS / Client JS
  • HTML / CSS
  • SQL
  • C#
  • Angular
  • AngularJS
  • Express
  • React (with Redux)
  • Vue (with Vuex)
  • ASP.NET

Education

Computer Science
Fall 2017 - Spring 2018
Glen Rose, TX
Fall 2015 - Spring 2017

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