Software Engineering Intern @ Vertical Power Systems
Bachelor of Science (BS), Computer Science, Video Game Programming @
Viterbi School of Engineering
I discovered my zeal for software development in my early teens when I began experimenting with video game scripting/coding. I taught myself a several languages up to C/C++ before I began a formal education in Computer Engineering at the University of Southern California. Since then I have touched on various aspects of computer science from low level
I discovered my zeal for software development in my early teens when I began experimenting with video game scripting/coding. I taught myself a several languages up to C/C++ before I began a formal education in Computer Engineering at the University of Southern California. Since then I have touched on various aspects of computer science from low level hardware programming to mobile application development. I have continued to teach myself skills outside of school as well, such as web programming technologies/languages and mobile application development.
I've always been a self-reliant person which has developed my ability to learn new things very quickly and independently. I have an eye for detail that allows me to create high quality software, yet I recognize the balance between the cost of a feature vs. the value it holds to the customer. I have experience working for two startups as an intern, each focused on entirely different aspects of computer engineering.
Software Development Engineer @ From July 2014 to Present (1 year 4 months) greater seattle areaTech Team Intern @ Lead project to develop a PhoneGap mobile application for the Android OS. The app allows the end-user to browse a dynamically populated gallery of debit cards with varying artwork, and then let them submit an order for the product. From July 2013 to September 2013 (3 months) Santa MonicaSoftware Engineering Intern @ Worked for an entrepreneur who is designing and building on a computer-powered vertical-axis wind turbine. Specifically, I worked on a product that would record wind data at a geographic location, wirelessly relay that data back to a PC, and programmatically generate a PDF that translates that data into readable text, charts, and graphs. From May 2011 to August 2011 (4 months) Greater Los Angeles Area
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