“For over twenty years, Grandma Julie spent hours in the kitchen perfecting her twice baked potatoes – to the great delight of family and friends. Her passion for cooking and appreciation for the small things in life, particularly good food and good friendships, inspired us to share this flavorful tradition with you.”
“Convenient and appetizing, julie’s petite potatoes are hand prepared using quality fresh ingredients. They come in two sizes: small and medium. Serve them as the perfect last-minute hors d’oeuvres or as a delicious addition to any meal.”
Fabulous Fibonacci was created as a math project website during spring of 2009. This website revolves around the mysterious yet very ubiquitous Fibonacci sequence.
Discover all of the mysteries and complexities of the Fibonacci sequence, as well as the Golden Ratio, Phi, and more! This website includes proofs, explanations, applications, history, and more!
Berkeley Speak is video platform where users can deploy a video regarding public speaking and have the public or a select group comment and critique the work through video media. Various subcategories of public speaking such as speeches and interview questions give a focus to the website.
Los Altos Robotics is a FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) robotics team that competes in tournaments around California. Each year, FIRST releases a new game in which we design, build, and program a fully functional robot out of raw materials (aluminium, steel, etc). This website provides daily updates during the Build Season as well as many resources for other FIRST robotics teams. This website won the FIRST Robotics Website Excellence Award of 2012, which was judged on a series of criteria.
Otros Lados was created as part of an English project during the spring of 2010. It follows the life of a man who immigrated and sought success. While immigrating to the United States, this man lived through a plethora of hardships which made him stronger and shape who he is today. Inspiring.
The goal of this website was to provide information from various sources in order to better the lives of the American public. Reading one article will only give you one perspective about an issue. This website was created to provide readers with contrasting views and different ideas, all revolving around the facts. It is up to you to act on such ideas.
Due to the success of this website, it has been continued into 2011 and 2012
Yale Ecuador HCI is a non-profit organization that seeks to develop and implement sustainable HIV education, testing, and treatment programs from within existing medical institutions in Ecuador. Yale Ecuador HCI works with Ecuadorian medical professionals and existing medical establishments, ensuring that their services maximize available space, supplies and personnel. As well, Yale Ecuador HCI is committed to the study of the neglected Ecuadorian HIV/AIDS situation, the integration of academic and practitioner perspectives, and the improvement of accessibility to HIV/AIDS services.
JamNoise is a blogging website that I set up to spill my mind on the Internet. I also use this website as developer space to test my code and grow platforms for other sites.
Evolución Española is an educational website that contains a myriad of articles pertaining to the influence of Spanish culture on other countries. Created in May of 2011, this website serves to provide information through several forms of media such as photos, videos, and text. As this website was a final project for a Spanish project, it is completely written in Spanish.
A member directory was created for GarrettCom, Inc. employees. It allowed any employee to search relevant information of other employees. Along with the employee information page, a back-ended management system was created for the system administrator.
The use and information is confidential; therefore, links unfortunately cannot be provided for this work. The directory is now located on an internal hard drive for security purposes.
Español en la Calle was created as part of a Spanish project in the Fall of 2010. This website offers useful links to students who are learning Spanish.
This informational website was created March 5th, 2011 to provide the latest news about the Internal Revenue Service of the United States to the American public. News, updated three times an hour, is aimed at educating the public to make more informed decisions.
History of Recession was an economics / history project created in 2008.
Vesuna Family is a family photo blog.