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Tools: IntelliJ, PyCharm, Visual Studio, Android Studio, Git, Azure, Firebase, ASP.NET, TensorFlow, Keras, NumPy, SciPy, matplotlib
Environments: Windows, Linux, macOS, BSD
Undergraduate Research Assistant, Kennesaw State University (Feb 2020 – May 2021)
Investigated novel 2-dimensional cellular automata in search of rulesets that result in emergent complexity. Presented results at weekly meetings to fellow students and faculty supervisor to receive feedback.
Customer Service Representative, Vape City (May 2021 – Now)
Skillfully addressed the needs of diverse clientele and recommended smoking cessation devices accordingly. Handled cash and card transactions, phone calls, inventory, and general store upkeep.
Dishwasher, Family Tradition Restaurant (Feb 2021 – Now)
Provided thorough dishwashing service in a demanding, fast-paced commercial kitchen environment. Continuously met the needs of both front-of-house and back-of-house facilities.
Rat-Tracker Android App: Collaborated with a team of four classmates to create a modern Android application that recorded rat sightings in New York City. Utilized Android Studio, Firebase, and the Google Maps API. Planned and developed using Agile practices. Milestone progress presented bi-weekly to teaching assistants.
Homebrew Gameboy Advance Game: Built a fully playable homebrew GameBoy Advance game with C using a rudimentary GBA homebrew library. Utilized hardware sprites and other low-level functionality of the chipset.
Benford-conformer Mathematics Program: Wrote a Python application that componentizes an arbitrary number into a discrete set of numbers that closely match the statistical properties of a sample set. Utilized NumPy and SciPy frameworks to generate, manipulate, and analyze large sets of numbers. Used matplotlib to generate charts and graphs for results included in the final report.
Left in the Basement Podcast: Worked with two other co-hosts to plan, record, edit, and produce an interview podcast that achieved professional quality on a minimal budget. Effectively balanced school, work, and life obligations while releasing new episodes every two weeks. Successfully augmented previously audio-only episode format with video uploaded to YouTube.
Kennesaw State University, B.S. Computer Science – GPA: 3.27
Georgia Highlands College, A.S. Computer Science – GPA: 3.75
President’s List, Kennesaw State University – Spring 2020, Georgia Highlands College – Fall 2014, Spring 2015, Fall 2015
Completed a semester of at least 9 credit hours with a grade point average of 4.0.
Computer Science Award, Georgia Highlands College – 2015
Highest class average in Computer Science I or II.
Dr. Margaret Davis Mathematics Award, Georgia Highlands College – 2016
Outstanding academic performance in mathematics.
Phi Theta Kappa Membership — inducted 2015
National two-year college honor society.