Interested in just about everything.
But space is really cool

This site is primarily for me to learn about web development and provide a primary access portal for some web services I'm currently developing for other side projects.

What I Do

I received my B.S. in Mechanical Engineering at Cal Poly Pomona and have been working at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory for about 13 years now. I'm currently the Deputy Electrical Integration & Test Lead on the Assembly, Test, & Launch Operations Team for the M2020 Rover.


I love talking about finance (e.g. stocks, accounting...) and I'm in the process of developing an automated stock analysis system in Python to help me pick stocks. I'm also a general partner in a business called Amicus Capital Investments.


Although I never took any classical computer science classes. I've done an extensive amount of programming. My go-to language is Python but I've learned to work with several languages. I'm more than willing to learn new languages to get the job done because once you know one language everything else is just syntax.


I like to talk about space.


I received my B.S. in Mechanical Engineering but I work as a Systems Engineer that concentrates on electrical integration and test.


Not a scientist but I love learning about all aspects of science. Chemistry, biology, cosmology, computer science, physics, etc.,


Extremely interested in RISCV open-source hardware development and hope to create a few pages on some of my developments.

My Professional Work

A snippet of some of the missions I've had the pleasure to work on.

Need a Speaker?

Having grown up in a South Central Los Angeles I love to inspire kids from socio-economically disenfranchised areas to believe in themselves and their capabilities. Many times kids don't believe they can achieve their dreams because they don't see many people around them succeeding let alone dreaming. Those kids tend to only interact with people who are hustling to survive. But survival isn't living and many times the "work" you do to survive isn't the most fulfilling or legal work you can find.
At the end of the day, genius is everywhere!
So let's encourage our kids to shoot for the stars. And if they hit the moon it's all good.