An iOS app that allows users to create, share, and install modifications to third-party apps. Users can make their modifications using a GUI or ObjectiveScript.
Organised Megabyte, The Shri Ram School Moulsari's technology symposium in 2019.
Organised and managed an online inter-house Crypt Hunt as head of the Computer Society. Received over 16,000 answer attempts over a period of 30 hours.
Built a toolchain for iOS and Linux which allows users to compile Swift apps targeted for iOS, using Theos.
Created a package for jailbroken iOS devices consisting of the Swift standard libraries, allowing developers to depend on them in a shared location. This package has over 2 million downloads.
Created a video for ShriTeq 2017, The Shri Ram School's annual technology symposium.
Made a software for developing libraries that can dynamically modify iOS applications’ functionality during runtime in sandboxed environments.
Served as technical consultant on the aforementioned video regarding the history of Delhi.
Helped organise a session of Google’s CS First programme as an after school club at The Shri Ram School, Aravali, in November.
Organised and conducted two sessions of Google’s CS First programme as an after school club at The Shri Ram School, Moulsari. The sessions were held in May and November respectively, for 37 students in total.
Delivered a talk to grades 6-12 on “Why You’re Doing Passwords Wrong”, raising awareness about data breaches and suggesting best practice tips on improving password strength.
Converted the Logbook blog into an iOS App with many additional features such as push notifications and a checklist.
Produced a documentary raising awareness about cyber bullying.
Developed and maintained a blog for school work since grade 6.
I learnt how to solve the 3x3 Rubik’s Cube in Grade 4, and now have an official personal best of 22 seconds. I can also solve other cubes like the 7x7 and the Megaminx.
I love playing the guitar, and have passed Trinity Plectrum Guitar grades 1, 2, and 4 with distinction.