Andrew Murray

Software Engineer

From my earliest memories, computers have always sparked my curiosity and imagination. This curiosity led to many moments of breaking video games and just figuring out how computers in general work. This lifelong passion has become something I want to spend the rest of my life doing, and this enthusiasm can be seen in the many amazing projects I've had the pleasure of working on.

Also get a more detailed look on my LinkedIn and Github!


  • Game Master Studio

    Game Master Studio

    A website inspired by Dungeons & Dragons character creators like Roll20 and DnDBeyond. Create a character using a fully stylized character sheet. Create a new campaign to list your character, and invite other users to share those campaigns. Within each campaign, create articles using a rich text editor and photo uploader. Articles are sorted into sections for a private wiki-like experience within each campaign.

  • Petsy


    Inspired by Etsy, this online web store allows independent sellers to create and sell handmade items for your pet. From food to toys, it's all available here!

  • AdventureNote


    A fully-stylized app-like experience inspired by Evernote, AdventureNote allows you to create notes with autosave functionality. Notes can be sorted into notebooks, and a search functionality allows for easy searching of notes

  • CookNook


    CookNook, a quora-like experience, allows aspiring cooks to have all their questions answered by other users. Built strictly using Express and Sequelize, this app provides an optimal user experience by allowing searching of questions and, if answers are too long, they are truncated to provide a clean, simplified user experience while navigating.


  • Javascript
  • Python
  • React / Redux
  • Express (incl. Sequelize)
  • Flask (incl. SQLAlchemy)
  • PostgreSQL
  • HTML5
  • CSS3
  • Amazon AWS/S3
  • Open to learning new skills (currently diving into: Vue, C++)