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Developer Resume

Philadelphia, PA

SKILLS:

Programming Languages: Java, C/C++, Python, SQL, JavaScript, HTML/CSS

Tools: NetBeans, Android Studio, Jupyter Notebook, AWS, Azure, GCP, React.js, Flask, Selenium

Methodologies: Waterfall, Agile

Operating Systems: Windows, MacOS, Linux

WORK EXPERIENCE:

Confidential, Philadelphia, PA

Developer

Responsibilities:

  • Researched and analyzed appropriate mobile frameworks to use when reworking an existing app for smart phones.
  • Helped in redeveloping an existing mobile app in react - native that allowed the ability to present research conducted by the institute.
  • Conducted meetings with head professor to understand the core needs of the app to better the design.

Confidential

Web Application Developer

Responsibilities:

  • Created a web scraper using Selenium and BeautifulSoup to gather course information from Temple Web Page and display relevant information to users
  • Developed UI of the Web Application using HTML/CSS and Flask
  • Used Agile methodology to plan tasks and assign them between members using Rally during planning phase
  • Participated in all Agile ceremonies including stand ups, demos, planning, and grooming

Confidential

Mobile Application Developer

Responsibilities:

  • Developed audiobook player using Android Studio and JAVA APIs that used RESTful to grab a JSON Object and parse it into a POJO
  • Used XML to design and create UI of mobile application in Android Studio
  • Stored MP3 files directly to phone for offline access
  • Utilized multi-threading to perform network operations to ensure the UI operates smoothly

Confidential

Mobile Application Developer

Responsibilities:

  • Created facial recognition camera system for the purpose of automating home security
  • Used AWS EC2 Instance to communicate between Camera System and Mobile Application
  • Developed Android Application to set alarm and respond to any messages from security system
  • Used AWS lambda to create an SMS system to alert users of a potential break-in

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