I'm Ryan Goldstein, a computer science student at Rutgers University with experience in game, mobile, and web development.

About Me

I'm studing Computer Science at Rutgers University New Brunswick in the School of Arts and Sciences Honors Program. My main area of experience is PC game development, and I have had internships for both web and mobile applications. Most of my side projects are written either C, Java, Python, or Rust.

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Technologies

Experience

Vydia Inc

Software Engineer Intern — Worked on moving the backend to a serverless architecture
Summer of 2018

Vydia Inc

Software Engineer Intern — Worked on a React Native mobile app for iOS and Android
Summer of 2017

Monmouth University

Student Research Assistant — Created an object tracking system with GPS, RFID, and Video processing
Summer of 2016

Projects

AUVM
A handwritten virtual machine with a custom assembly format
Cosmic Circuitry
A roguelike video game for a school assignment that requires players to use Kirchoff's Laws to solve circuit puzzles
Quicksilver
A cross-platform 2D multimedia framework written in Rust using OpenGL
Fwum
A small programming language I created that compiles to C
XCLM
A utility for MinGW and Git Bash that allows sytem-wide installation of C libraries, but will work on any Unix-like system
BasicStego
A program that can invisibly hide text within the bits of an image
GitHub
LinkedIn
Resume
ryan@ryanisaacg.com