Hi! I'm Quinn Casey. I create websites and intelligent automotive software.

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I am a Software Developer with over 4 years of experience in full stack web development. I’ve had a web server since I was 15 and now experiment with Linux based boards for my car.

While my professional work is centered around the web, I am proficient in many development stacks including Python, Go and Javascript.

I've spent years working with REST APIs, low volume RDBMS, and CMS Platforms. I manage several open source projects of my own, and have easily adapted and contributed to others’.

As a recent UC Irvine graduate, I am looking for an early staff position where I can both utilize and grow these skills.

Projects

Selected Works

MDroid

Golang, React Native

MDroid provides an extensible base for low power, always-on LTE control of non-critical systems. I started this project to bring my car's tech up to the current decade.

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pyBus

Python

I wrote a serial interface for the proprietary BMW KBus. It decodes incoming frames and handles write timing. Along with a full REST API, it's an all-in-one solution to hacking the KBus.

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AirPhoto

Golang, React Native

AirPhoto is an Android app and Golang server for shared iCloud streams. It parses Apple's binary plist data, then organizes the Albums, Photos, and Comments into queryable chunks.

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My Process

Research and Development

Research

I collaborate with those involved, making a list of requirements for the project. Asking questions early sets expectations and saves work down the line.

Toolchains

I believe in finding the best tool for the job, not always what I'm most comfortable with. Finding libraries and modules ensures we don't do the same work twice.

Design

I create an initial breakdown of deliverables that satisfy the requirements, which helps prioritize work and keeps maintenance low.

Development

I write out structures for each component, adding features after each full test of the product. Catching mistakes or changes is easiest early in development.

Iteration

I keep front end development in lockstep with any backend, making progress clearly visible. Clients often have direction adjustments I'm happy to accomodate.

Repeat

I approach each new project with what I've learned from the last. I'm continiously learning and making things better than before.