Martin Payne

  • Raleigh, NC
  • (828) 318-2933

I enjoy solving technical problems and learning new things; whether it's programming, history, language, or diving deep into a hobby or game.


Weekly Watchlist

Image of the weekly watchlist site showing some popular shows on a watchlist.

A progressive web app that allows users to keep track of any shows they are watching. Written in vanilla js to minimize dependencies and get practice with manual dom manipulation.


Image of MyAnimeList listview with the MalCal extension installed.

A Google Chrome extension that injects a weekly layout of currently watching shows in the list view on


Image of my Simon game on Codepen.

An in browser version of the classic toy simon. A pattern is played and you must repeat it, then the pattern length is increased by one.


Image of the postapic login section.

A simple web app that allows users to log in and post pictures to a global feed. Built on the old MEAN stack (Angular 1).

Rails Twitter Clone

Image of the home page of the rails twitter clone.

A fully functional social media clone (most similar to Twitter) built with Ruby on Rails following a tutorial from an online book.

HTML Tic Tac Toe

Image of html tic tac toe page.

An in browser tic tac toe game.











University of North Carolina at Charlotte

January 2014 - June 2016
Bachelor of Science, Computer Science


Responsive Web Design Certification
November 19, 2018
JavaScript Algorithms and Data Structures Certification
October 29, 2018
Legacy Front End Development Certification
October 10, 2017


MercuryGate International

Configuration Analist Intern
July 9, 2018 - Present

-Analysed and modified customer logical rule configurations to increase performance, in many cases saving minutes of computing time caused by poorly written configurations.

-Wrote VBA code that helped automate the previously manual task of reviewing these configurations making a task that used to take 3 - 4 hours take 30 minutes to an hour.

-Wrote VBA code that merged spreadsheet attachments coming from automated emails of changes in these configurations and updated a master spreadsheet with these changes.