Specializing in software development and design and offering opinions about everything else since Super Nintendo was a thing.
My name is Tariq Seifuddin and I consider myself a devigner, equally interested in writing quality, maintainable code and creating clean, engaging designs.
As the son of a systems engineer, I've been in front of a computer since I was a toddler. I've got fond memories of playing Sesame Street computer games on 5¼" floppies in the days before Windows 3.1 was around. Read more »
Inspired by a pretty amazing teacher, I started doing desktop publishing and basic programming as early as the 6th grade. From middle school onward I designed brochures, flyers, posters, menus, websites, and more for friends, family, and local organizations. Like most computer geeks of my generation, I also played IT support (more than I would've liked) for anybody that thought I knew an inkling about technology.
I love to travel about as much I love to code and design. I'm also super passionate about music, dance, photography, architecture, and foreign languages.
Life without sushi, red sauces, Häagen-Dazs, ginger ale, Jack Daniel's, and carbs (breads, pasta, cakes, donuts, nom nom nom) is — in my most humble opinion — not one worth living. ♥
"Any sufficiently advanced technology is equivalent to magic."— Sir Arthur C. Clarke
Amtrak's mobile application allows users to view train schedules, buy tickets, and view upcoming reservations.Since Fall 2013, I have been responsible for development and maintenance of the iOS application, starting with version 2.0. More recently, I have also taken over maintenance of the Android application since version 2.2.3.
Technologies Utilized: Objective-C (iOS), Java (Android)
Still a work in progress, GUYTRAX is a mobile application that incorporates geolocation to help guys find other guys, relevant events, and venues in their neighborhood.Built with a Ruby on Rails back-end, it's being developed for both iOS and Android.
Technologies Utilized: Ruby on Rails, Objective-C (iOS), Java (Android), PostGIS (DB)
"Not all those who wander are lost."— J. R. R. Tolkien
On December 30, 2015 I set off on a 5-day vacation across the pond to London. It was a much needed break from work and a really fun place to ring in the new year. This video slideshow has highlights from the trip, and the photos are also available on SmugMug:
In late May of 2015 I took a 10-day journey through Italy with one of my best friends from college. We made it through a mind-blowing 9 cities during that trip! Even though it was my second time in Italy, visiting new cities with a new travel companion made it an incredibly memorable experience and I want to go back even more than ever.