# I’m an Arizona State University Sun Devil

## Miscellaneous bits related to my stay at ASU

Here I list a sampling of projects completed while working towards a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science degree at ASU.

### SoDA: ASU Software Developers Association

As president of SoDA, a group of people at Arizona State University who are interested in programming or software engineering, I organized tech talks on real-world software development. (See also: SoDA @ Fulton or the SoDA website as I first created it.)

### Displaying query results from error-prone databases

I havenâ€™t put this user interface (UI) design project online or described it yet, but you may view the final proof of concept here.

### MIPS Code Assembler & Simulator

Completed during CSE 230, my online MIPS machine code assembler and the corresponding MIPS machine simulator were fun exercises in PHP as well as assembly language and low-level computer design studies.

### Graph Theory: Finding Hamiltonian Circuits

Done as an honors project for MAT 243 Discrete Mathematics, this C++ project uses the
Boost library to quickly locate a Hamiltonian circuit in a graph.
(In graph theory, a Hamiltonian circuit is a path that starts at one vertex,
travels to every other vertex, and then returns.) The graph must, however,
consist of vertices each of order (degree; number of edges) of at least
`n` where `n` is the number of vertices in the graph.
The algorithm’s explanation and source code are on
Hamiltonian circuit locator page.

### Calculus III and 3D Graphics

This quick honors project was done for MAT 267 Calculus for Engineers. It is a model of 3D projections upon a screen.