Jeremy Ahn

is currently a student at Stony Brook University.
He is a full-stack developer with experience in a
variety of languages and frameworks. For details,
feel free to take a look at what's below!

He is also not a great artist... as you can tell. LOL.

More about me

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Who am I?

I was born in New Jersey, USA and lived in central Jersey (it exists!) for the first seventeen years of my life. I am now based in Long Island. In essence, I've lived in the New York City metropolitan area my entire life, but I am not at all afraid of going somewhere else in the future.

What's a Seawolf?

Stony Brook University
BS in Computer Science
August 2016 to May 2019 (expected)

Some of my work experience...

DribbleUp, Software Engineering Intern (May 2017 - August 2017)
During this opportunity, I worked on an existing React Native mobile application that was already used by thousands of DribbleUp smart basketball consumers. This required working with NodeJS and sometimes having to tinker with Java to enable cross-platform compatibility with Android devices. I also had the opportunity to play around with vector graphics and shapes using the Inkscape vector graphic software, which was an interesting experience!
Roblox, Independent Contractor (July 2014 - present)
As an independent contractor, I am not officially employed by the company, but throughout my time on this platform I have had the freedom to experiment, create virtual worlds with Lua, and even work with the company on its products beyond the scope of the independent contractor title. For several years I wrote documented Lua API on the official Roblox Wiki. For several months as well I consulted the company for QA of its upcoming large-scale releases to millions of players.

Some (maybe) fun things I've made

Considering CSE 300, my class on Technical Communications, was the reason behind my ultimate motivation to finally stop being lazy and make a personal website, here's some stuff particularly from that class.

Technical Communications

Making an Image Transparent
In this project, I write a step-by-step tutorial on how to make an image transparent if it has a solid background. I used the GNU Image Manipulation Tool (GIMP) to achieve this process.
Stony Brook University Hosts its First Hackathon
I wrote a mock news release for Stony Brook University's first official hackathon.

Other projects

I definitely will add images and information on this page regarding my projects for your own convenience. In the meantime, you can check out my stuff on my GitHub!

Let's get in touch!

Email: me [at] jeremyahn [dot] com.