Hi, I'm Aalap Patel.
I'm currently a third year computer science student at The University of Texas at Austin passionate about full stack development. My projects range anywhere from simple websites designed for clients to full production iOS apps available on the App Store, and I love learning new technologies to gain insights in terms of how software can be truly optimized and best suited for large scale usage and the day to day lives of customers. I'm also a seasoned hackathon participant and have been awarded in competitive settings for my innovations.

My Technology Stack

Languages: Java, C, Python, C++, JavaScript, TypeScript, HTML, CSS, C#, Swift, Objective-C

Frameworks: React, Node.js, Express, Angular, .NET, Ionic, Cordova, Hadoop

DevOps: AWS, Azure, Linux

Tools: MongoDB, Git, SQL

Professional Certifications

Amazon Web Services (AWS) Certified Cloud Practitioner

Oracle Certified Associate, Java SE 8 Programmer


Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

Expected Graduation: May 2022

My relevant coursework includes the following:
  • Data Structures
  • Discrete Mathematics
  • Computer Organization & Architecture
  • Principles of Computer Systems (Operating Systems)
  • Ethical Foundations of Computer Science


Software Engineer Intern // Capital One Jun 2020 - Aug 2020

  • Implementing machine learning and NLP for transcript data from Kafka streams.
  • Using Spring Boot to construct REST API connected to DynamoDB.

Software Engineer Intern // Olympus IMS May 2019 - Aug 2019

  • Created two native mobile applications for hardware management using Java (Android) and Objective-C (iOS).
  • Leveraged mobile device and software specific features to propose and implement new functionalities.
  • Achieved business-level support by presenting applications to the company CTO and deployed using Jenkins.

Software Engineer Intern // Infosenseglobal Inc Sep 2018 - May 2019

  • Designed and created a learning management system for new hire onboarding using Java.
  • Implemented object oriented hierarchy to create roles and assignments between employees and administrators.
  • Added integrations for calendar, email, and reminders to keep learners on track with assignments.
Worked at this position remotely for the 2018-19 school year.

Personal Projects


Web application that uses MongoDB, Express, Node.js, and Angular to show users their odds of credit card approval. Utilizes crowdsourced data and CCStack API to help users visualize where they stand on the approval spectrum for specific cards and allows them to contribute their own approval statistics.
View code: GitHub


Web application using Python and Flask that allows users to find and join side projects. Users can create accounts, create listings for projects they are pursuing, and access contact information for other creators to get in touch and potentially join projects.
View code: GitHub


Angular web application created at the Capital One Software Engineering Summit Hackathon which allows users to receive customized vacation package itineraries by entering budget, number of travelers, and destination category preferences. Uses Node.js and Express as backend to get flight, food, and hotel data from Amadeus API and Yelp API.
View code: GitHub

NPS Kiosk

React progressive web application using National Parks and Services API and Google Maps API to provide a kiosk- style portal for users to access all relevant recreational parks information based on search terms, park designations, and states.
Use the app: NPS Kiosk


iOS application created at HackRice 8 utilizing Swift and ARKit to allow the user to scan a building and receive its public property data from Zillow API. Utilizes Google Maps API to return latitude, longitude, and GeoAngle to recognize and distinguish buildings.
Project overview: Devpost

STEMBuds Games

iOS math games application written in Swift created for the STEMBuds after school program. Allows students enrolled in the program to practice the math concepts taught to them through a series of games involving positive reinforcement features such as medals and high scores. Available for download on the App Store.
Download the app: App Store


iOS application written in Swift created at the Shrewsbury Hackathon for the purpose of helping users use their mobile devices less. Actively tracks and logs system procedures such as exiting out of the app, locking the device, as well as staying within the app to let the user know when they have reached their mindfulness goal. 1st prize winning project at the hackathon.
View code: GitHub