Programming, information security, computer automation of all kinds, Linux, C, Python, and Java.
Works as a software developer for a federally funded research and deveopment center. Highlights include creation of a forensic diagnostics applications and work on a cyber training platform.
Personal projects include a comprehensive web application for running retail firearms storefronts with features including federal ATF compliance, paperwork automation, inventory management, and point of sale terminal.
In his vanishingly free time he enjoys working on his 1985 Chevy pickup truck.
Big Data analysis, operations management, and financial valuations
Financial Efficiency Analyst for Michael P. Pitterich. He performs M&A buyout valuations, IRR metrics, and optimizes manufacturing operations workflow.
His financial valuations have been relied upon in legal disputes and he is the youngest accepted applicant at Tepper School of Business cohort 2018.
Luke enjoys golf and gunsmithing.