About Me

My name is Stephen Cioffi and I am a 1st year Software Engineering major at Rochester Institute of Technology. For as long as I can remember I have always been fascinated with computers and technology and created this site as a small demonstration of my favorite projects that I have worked on both recently and over the years. I enjoy programming and always love expanding my coding knowledge! Most of my work is done in Java and my web development work is done in JavaScript, PHP, HTML, and CSS. I am currently in the process of learning C# to help expand my programming knowledge.

My goal is to work with company that can give me a challenge to solve. To me, nothing is more exhilarating than receiving a challenge and knowing that you are the one who found the solution. Most of my programming projects were built to solve a problem and I enjoyed seeing where they have ended up.


Active Projects:

  • OnlineAgenda.org: An enterprise-grade system for students to use on both traditional and mobile devices for the recording of daily homework and assignments. Built using PHP, MySQL, and JavaScript. Currently in closed beta.
  • MiniLink.xyz: A URL shortener to abbreviate links for quicker and more convenient link sharing that supports numbers-only keys and the ability for reverse short link lookup using PHP, MySQL, and JavaScript.
  • SpackYearBook.com: A web app for Spackenkill High School’s Yearbook Club. Website offered online sale of yearbooks and featured a web application for all high school seniors to vote on senior superlatives and submit/edit their senior quotes. Built using PHP, MySQL, and JavaScript. [Closed; Project has concluded]

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