UNC Charlotte College of Computing and Informatics
August 2017 - December 2017
Preceptor for the Computing Professionals class in the fall of 2017.
Assisted the TA in labs and the professor in lectures by helping encourage discussion, answering questions about assignments, and keeping students on track.
Helped guide incoming freshman in their transition to college and keeping them up to date with their assignments.
Acted as a peer mentor and support resource for the students.
Client Support Technician
UNC Charlotte Student Union, Activities & Recreation IT Department
June 2017 - December 2017
Primarily helped manage, administer, and repair Apple devices.
Answered phone calls from Student Union, Activities & Recreation employees and students, assisting both on-site and remotely.
Performed physical computer migrations and provisioned new computers for deployment.
Checked out loaner laptops, iPads, mice, adapters, and other devices.
Used Jamf to administer Macintosh computers and deploy new software on them.
Prepared older devices for surplus in compliance with FERPA regulations.
I first used C++ in an Operating Systems course and further refined my skills in Parallel & Distributed Computing, where I used pthreads, OpenMPI, OpenMP, and MapReduce-MPI to speedup both simple and heavy computation.
I am skilled at making visualizations and alerts with Elasticsearch from my experience with it at Oracle. I also have experience with Elastic's Painless scripting language (based on Java).
I have over 4 years experience using the language on classwork and small personal projects.
During my time at Oracle, I helped build a microservice platform for cloud native applications.
Through my journey in Boy Scouts, I gained a lot of experience teaching others and leading projects to completion, including my Eagle Scout project.
Used in my work at Oracle to run Oracle Directory Server (LDAP), Bind9 (DNS), and Elasticsearch, among other services. I have also used it in my own projects on GitLab.
Ruby on Rails
I have developed Rails applications in my software engineering class and have worked with Rails in my free time. My primary work with Rails has been an IRC log viewer, with an extensive set of user and administrative features, and external integrations. You can view it on my GitLab.
I have provided support for Windows and Mac OS X devices at the UNC Charlotte Student Affairs IT department for students and staff.
Throughout my support work, I have maintained a high level of professionalism and went above and beyond my required duties to ensure an excellent experience for the students and staff of Student Affairs.
Web Development (HTML, CSS, JS)
I have some experience creating websites, including the one you are looking at now. I can provide other websites I have built upon request.
Alternatively, you can contact me via email.