Notre Dame Golden Dome

Hi, I’m

Steven Conaway

I’m a software developer and a sophomore at the University of Notre Dame.

About Me

Some Fun Facts:

  • I grew up in Los Angeles.
  • I now live in Idaho! (well, at least, for summers, since I go to school at Notre Dame [in Indiana])

Things I like:

  1. Coding (obviously)
  2. Music
  3. Singing (choir and musicals)

Tech Stack


  1. 2021 16" MacBook Pro (used for basically everything)
  2. 2020 11" iPad Pro (used for school stuff and art things)


  1. Visual Studio Code
  2. Python
  3. TypeScript
  4. ES2022 (JavaScript)
  5. Vercel
  6. React
  7. Next.js
  8. React Native
  9. Git


Over Summer 2022, I served as a Resident Counselor and Course Facilitator with the University of Notre Dame's Pre-College Programs. Some of my duties included the following:

  • Ensured the well-being of rising high school juniors and seniors living in a residential college setting.
  • Managed online classes as per Notre Dame’s Protection of Children policies.
  • Advised students and faculty on use of technologies such as Google Suite and Zoom.
  • Coordinated various activities and social events, both in-person and virtually.
  • Served as a mentor, university representative, and resource for prospective students.

I worked as a Lead Mobile Application Developer for We2Link from August 2019 to August 2022. In this role, I did the following:

  • Gained significant experience developing cross-platform mobile apps with React Native.
  • Led the creation of tutorial videos introducing new team members to our project.

I also worked as a Tech Instructor for the East Los Angeles Community Youth Center.

  • I taught several classes, including "How to Build your own Arduino-based Smart Car", "Introduction to Drones", and "LEGO Robotics", to underserved elementary- and middle-school students.
  • Our Robotics team won second place in the First Annual Boyle Heights Robotics Competition. Also, developed the curriculum currently in use for the "How to Build your own Arduino-based Smart Car" class.
  • In November 2020, I began teaching “Introductory Robotics Programming”, a virtual class teaching students basic programming skills by use of VEXCode VR.