Occasionally, my work gets written about.

Both my personal projects and my professional career have been covered in a handful of different media outlets.

Projects

Yeplive brings landscape video and web comments to the live streaming fight

TechCrunch

Yeplive is a Canadian startup that offers live broadcasts via mobile devices, with apps for iOS and Google Play, with a few differences including location-centric feeds, with maps and pins to show where broadcasts are originating, as well as a full-featured conversation interface available on the web so that anyone can join in the conversation.

Canadian app Yeplive aims to take chunk of livestreaming pie

WhatsYourTech

Periscope and Meerkat have popularized the concept of location-based livestreaming in a big way, and others appear to want to take a bite out of the same pie. Enter Toronto-based Yeplive, a new app aiming to be among the elite.

BoltFare's chatbot finds you super-cheap fares in minutes

TheNextWeb

I love to travel, but I know how prohibitively expensive it can be. Thankfully, the internet has given us myriad ways to make it more affordable: Skyscanner, HotelTonight, Scott’s Cheap Flights… even Groupon. Now we can add BoltFare to that list.

Google

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Chinese trip plants "Seeds for the Future" in Aurora app developer

Local Newspaper

Next month, Colin Armstrong will walk through the doors of Google’s California Headquarters. It is familiar terrain for the Aurora native, who recently graduated from the University of Waterloo, but this time will be different: He’s going into the Googleplex as a full-time employee.