Software Engineer, she/her
Full stack software engineer.
Everly is a white-label Discord bot that provides rich social media notifications to Discord servers. It's completely serverless, allowing for infinite bots.
Built on top of the T3 stack using Prisma, tRPC and tailwind; with Clerk for managing user authentication, and Sentry for error logging.
Dripleaf is a Minecraft server hosting platform. Users can create a completely free server, and join it within game. On the panel users have complete control over their server to execute commands, manage files, and even add additional people to manage their server.
The entire frontend and backend are hosted on serverless architecture, meaning it can scale infinitely.
More information can be found here: astrid.sh/blog/dripleaf
Not to be confused with the programming language Elixir; Elixr is a completely open-source, serverless Discord bot for granting roles to members who have hit certain streaming goals on albums.
Linky is a project for linking Discord accounts to Minecraft accounts & vice versa, seamlessly.
Tonetags is an open-source site built with Astro to display commonly used tone tags/indicators and inform people of their definitions.
Keycard is a serverless Discord verification bot, made using tRPC, Prisma, and Cloudflare Turnstile
Thorn was a web app built using NextAuth.js, tRPC, Prisma and Mantine.
It allowed Minecraft server staff to view server punishments within a nice, clean panel. People could be specified as moderators, which gave them access to moderation statistics. With specified admins getting access to change settings (Panel visibility, date format), and the ability to add staff to the panel.
Clowder was a profile picture sharing service. Users could create an account and upload profile pictures, then staff would approve profile pictures before they were public on the site. Users could then "like" them, and download them if they wanted. The site followed a cartoonish pink theme, with all of the assets custom made by me.
PowPow was a Discord bot for the official server of Powfu, a popular lofi-hiphop artist. It was a general utility bot for niche things useful to staff. Such as handling fan art submissions, and our song of the day.
Responsible for managing Discord events for Powfu, with hundreds of fans tuning in for AMAs. Directly communicated with a marketing manager from SME to make sure everything ran smoothly.
Up until its shutdown in October 2023, I was in charge of reviewing user reports for images, managing domain donations, and keeping the service nice and clean; as well as handling user support requests and fixing problems for them.