Alan Solidum Busy
Fmr Startup Co-Founder | Mini-Makerfaire Co-Lead Organizer | Developed data products that generated an avg monthly recurring revenue of $53K | Built a mobile SDK that integrated into 100+ apps | Interests include surfing, photography and 3D printing
🏄 Hello World
I'm Alan, a software/data engineer and lifelong learner. I enjoy analyzing data and optimizing systems.
Some of my notable accomplishments are:
- Developed data products that generated $53,000 in avg. monthly recurring revenue
- Programmed the computer imaging and robotic subsystems for a microscope platform
- Built a mobile SDK that integrated into 100+ apps
- Created an API with an install base that grew to over 50+ million iOS/Android devices
- Designed and deployed a nationwide over-the-air ad verification system for the top 100 US markets
My other interests include surfing, photography and 3D printing. Recently, I've been playing around with
📚 My latest blog posts
Gaining Insight into 2022 Daily Flash videos using a Deepnote.com Python Notebook - My data analysis using a Deepnote.com Python Notebooks to gain insight into my 2022 Daily Fla.sh video
Storage Case Base Template A SCAD storage solution featured on Hackaday - I wanted to organize my drawer space and reuse my excess Harbor Freight/Stanley storage bins, so I created this SCAD model
Daily Fla.sh (inspired by 1 Second Everyday) scripted with Bash and FFmpeg - Daily Fla.sh is a video montage command-line bash tool inspired by the 1 Second Everyday app. It’s powered with FFmpeg
Validating Media Uploads with the Google Photos Java API client - Verito GP (Google Photos) is a validation tool to ensure that all the files in a specific folder successfully upload to your GP account
Securing Changeblog Images using git hooks - As I add more content to this site, I want to ensure the images are free of EXIF geolocation data. Why not automate this process with git hooks?
DIY Solder Fume Extractor built with a fan, filter and filament - I am increasingly working with electronic circuits. Here is how I built a DIY solder fume extractor with just a fan, filter and filament
🎞️ Latest YouTube Videos
Daily flashes are video montages heavily inspired by the 1 Second Everyday app. A command-line tool I wrote in bash and powered with FFmpeg created these videos. Read more about it in my blog post.
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