Mobile Applications Developer II @ Fujitsu Network Communications
Mobile Applications Developer @ Fujitsu Network Communications
Web Developer II @ Fujitsu Network Communications
Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Computer Science with a minor in Japanese @
Texas A&M University
Professionally, I am particularly interested in natural language and motivational theory and its ties to education. I am also interested in computer-based new media, computer human interaction, distributed/wireless/mobile systems, ecological interfaces, and interactive projection areas. Although these are my academic interests, I am a curious person by nature and nearly any topic can engage my interest
Professionally, I am particularly interested in natural language and motivational theory and its ties to education. I am also interested in computer-based new media, computer human interaction, distributed/wireless/mobile systems, ecological interfaces, and interactive projection areas. Although these are my academic interests, I am a curious person by nature and nearly any topic can engage my interest and effort.
Professional Working Experience:
Software Development Internship
Fujitsu - Fujitsu Network Communications, Technical Publications Group
Summer 2012 - Developed XSLT based solution for automatic document generation
Software Development Internship
Summer 2011 - Wrote Automated Test Scripts for Digital Radios in Python
Summer 2010 - Programmed ARC-210 Digital Radio Bus Traffic Monitor “BusMon” in C++/C
Natural Languages: English, Spanish, Japanese
Multi-threaded Programming, Network Programming with Sockets, Windows and Unix System Programming (GUI, inter-process comm., threads), Databases, Agile Methods: Scrum, Game Development in Unity3d, Gamification
Mobile Applications Developer II @ Design, develop, and deploy mobile applications for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and Windows Store.
Architect the classes, data structures, and control flow according to the MVC architectural pattern.
Design the user experience and user interface with a consistent and appealing look-and-feel, communicating clearly with affordances and concisely with icons, signals, and language.
Communicate with end users to feedback into the content and user experience design of the apps.
Manage project development and testing through JIRA: prioritizing issues (new features, improvements, user stories, bugs), reporting clearly and concisely, and assigning issues to developers and testers.
Communicate with stakeholders within our business to feedback into the design and implementation of the apps, particularly in terms of "productization."
Manage source control repository for all applications.
Discover and implement tools (equipment, SDKs, IDEs, etc.) and processes (work instructions, team standards, etc.) to enhance development.
Track and manage physical assets used by developers and testers, such as tablets, phones, routers, cables, adapters, etc. From December 2013 to Present (2 years 1 month) Mobile Applications Developer @ From 2013 to 2014 (1 year) Web Developer II @ • Collaborate with training manager and Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) to identify, research and develop course content
• Design course content elements, including graphics, audio, and video
• Create comprehensive storyboards and video scripts
• Author interactive multimedia applications, including relevant organizational examples and scenarios
• Ensure e-Learning course content is informative, clear, and grammatically correct
• Develop rapid prototypes of e-Learning courses for field testing
• Troubleshoot and revise prototypes for quality, functionality, and ease of use
• Import course content and support materials to Learning Management System (LMS)
Specific responsibilities include:
• Collaborate with courseware instructors, educational services instructors, corporate training, and product management for the development and delivery of training material
• Research courseware requirements, develop an outline, story board, and develop applicable animations to appropriate level of content for e-Learning modules From May 2013 to December 2013 (8 months) Master's Student @ - Earned Master's degree with a 4.0 GPA
- Developed Kanji Storyteller: A Sketch-Based Multimedia Authoring and Feedback Application to
Reinforce Japanese Language Learning
Sketch Recognition - Designed a fast and reductive online sketch recognition method for kanji based on sequences CJK strokes. Integrated dynamic information retrieval methods for a images using the Google Web Search API with caching and details-on-demand interface for performance in Kanji Storyteller
Computer Architecture - Researched and presented a survey on thermal management techniques in computer architectures
Directed Studies under Dr. Shipman, associate director of the Center for Study of Digital Libraries -Designed and developed a weather forecasting fantasy game
while researching fantasy edutainment using large data sets
Digital Image - Created an ‘image mimicry’ algorithm where a source image’s pixels are used to mimic a target image giving it visual properties of the source image
Technological Philanthropy - Worked on a school-friendly social network designed to recognize and minimize bullying and promote learning. Created educational game portal with achievement tracking and display features for a school-friendly social network
Computers and New Media - Collaborated with Sketch Recognition Lab to create a kanji recognition, learning, and story authoring software
Human Centered Computing - Developed Google Maps based ‘Hot Event Finder’ in Vaadin. Developed a video game review and news feed with MMD in C#
Advanced Network and Security - Developed an educational game about computer security. Exploited a php server vulnerability that allowed execution of cross site scripting code. Won the “capture the flag” game, a server attack and defense game where flag files were the target information.
Computational Biology - Researched and presented on the use of GPUs and CUDA From August 2011 to May 2013 (1 year 10 months) Technical Publications Software Intern @ Developed XSLT based solution for automatic document generation From May 2012 to August 2012 (4 months) Software Intern/Co-op @ Wrote Automated Test Scripts for Digital Radios in Python From May 2011 to August 2011 (4 months) Software Intern/Co-op @ Developed an ARC-210 Digital Radio Bus Traffic Monitor Program called “BusMon” in C++/C From June 2010 to August 2010 (3 months)
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