Artifacts

Artifacts describe a particular project or event that I learned a lot from and has helped improve my skills in some way. Each artifact might not be related to one another, but they help tell the story of how I have developed since starting college. I aim to have at least one artifact for each semester to highlight one event or project that I am particularly proud of.

First Year Artifacts

My AspireIT Program – A self-initiated project in which I received a $3,000 grant from the National Center for Women and Information Technology to share my technological knowledge with 7th,  8th, and 9th grade girls.

First Hack OHI/O – My first time participating in Ohio State’s 24 hour hackathon and the project that I completed during it.

Creative Code Project – A project for my first-year engineering course (ENGR 1181)  that required me to work with a group of three other people to design, develop, and advertise a MATLAB game.

Autonomous Electric Vehicle – A project for my second first-year engineering course (ENGR 1182) that required me to work with a group of three other people to design, program, and test an autonomous electric vehicle.

Second Year Artifacts

Python Scripts In the Real World – Part I – I wrote a Python script that was used by the Office of the Chief Information Officer’s (OCIO) Enterprise Networking Team at Ohio State to update VLAN configurations on 100+ Cisco and Juniper switches.

Python Scripts In the Real World – Part II – I wrote a Python script that is run automatically every day by the OCIO’s Enterprise Networking Team at Ohio State to check for duplicate access point entries in their Aruba Mobility Master databases.

Python Scripts In the Real World – Part III – I wrote a Python script to help prepare devices for a series of changes that the OCIO’s Enterprise Networking Team at Ohio State plans to make in order to allow for easier device configuration in the future.

Python Scripts In the Real World – Part IV – I wrote a Python script to help find the groups and group members associated with a given domain name, IPv4 network, IPv6 network, IPv4 address, or IPv6 address. This script will be used as part of a larger project to more fully automate a reoccurring task within the OCIO’s Enterprise Networking Team at Ohio State.