Joshua T. Prince

Computer Science and Engineering Undergraduate
University of California, Davis



My name is Joshua Prince, and I love tinkering with anything involving computers. I found an interest in programming as early as middle school, and taught myself the Java programming language during high school to modify and create simple games and desktop apps. I entered the field of Computer Science and Engineering to more formally learn how to solve problems with the help of the computer. It is my dream to use my skills as a computer scientist to advance the world's perception of technology.


Projects and Games

Perspecticles

A Google Chrome extension that identifies controversial topics and offers readers articles posing alternative viewpoints. Winner of the Hack Harassment award at HackDavis 2017. Created with Amber Graham and Parker Luft.

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Basket Tower

A simple Unity game about stacking baskets, created in 12 hours at UC Davis Game Dev and Arts Club Game Jam in Spring 2017.

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Maximum Tower

A Tower Defense game created in Unity in 12 hours, and winner in People's Choice category of UC Davis Game Jam, Fall 2016. Created along with Will Chilcote and Jason Zhang.

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Cassoundra

A Python program built on discord.py that allows users to upload and play custom sound clips in their Discord voice channels.

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Work It!

An app for the Pebble Time Smartwatch created at HackDavis 2016. Designed and programmed along with Amber Graham, Parker Luft, Veronica Contreras, and Iyesha Puri.

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Contact

Please e-mail me at jtprince@ucdavis.edu for any inquiries.