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Work Experience

August 2014 - Present
Lead Developer Commercial Equipment Broker LLC — Martin, TN
  • Leads the continued development of a custom business operations web application
  • Develops an online marketplace that interfaces with the company's inventory and point of sale systems
  • Manages vital components of the production system: servers, code releases, third-party services, etc
  • Succeeded in bringing a proprietary operations web application into use in several company retail and warehouse locations
  • Created a proprietary web application with components such as inventory management, time clock, and point of sale

January 2014 - August 2014
Web Developer Savant Learning Systems Inc. — Martin, TN
  • Developed business-facing software to assist corporate teams with employee & student management
  • Improved a shift-scheduling and payroll management application used by both employees and employers
  • Resolved intricate problems in areas with sensitive student data and limited development time frames


2013 - 2017
University of Tennessee at Martin — Martin, TN — Computer Science
Relevant Courses Completed:
  • Data Structures
  • Computer Organization and Architecture
  • Database Engineering
  • Algorithm Analysis & Automata
  • Compilers
  • Distributed Computing
  • Discrete Mathematics
  • Calculus
  • Linear Algebra
  • Advanced Web Development


Software Development
  • PHP, Laravel
  • JavaScript, Vue.js, Node.js
  • MySQL
  • HTML / CSS / Sass
  • Java
  • C++
  • Socket Programming
  • Git
  • DNS
  • Nginx
  • Responsive design
  • Markdown & LaTex

  • Public speaking experience
  • Problem solving & conflict resolution skills
  • Excellent written & oral communication
  • Spanish (advanced)
  • Quickly adaptable to new environments and challenges
  • Can interpret and understand abstract ideas
Team Leading
  • Able to lead a team to meet goals
  • Good use of time management and resource allocation
  • Heavily weighs consequences alongside benefits to project development changes
  • Able to articulate ideas and objectives effectively

Speaking & Volunteering

November 2017 Presentation
Fall Fighter ACM Mid-Southeast Conference: Pigeon Forge, TN
Presented a functioning prototype of a game developed for a senior seminar class at the University of Tennessee at Martin. Fall Fighter is a single-player platforming game that runs on Mac, Windows, and Linux. It was built using GameMaker Studio 2 with a backend leaderboard system running Laravel. My partner and I ave a live demo of gameplay and took audience feedback for future work. Placed: Honorable Mention
June 2017 Speech
In Admiration of Alan Turing University of Tennessee at Martin
Presented a speech describing the events of the tragic life of the man whose invaluable work is so often taken for granted. Alan Turing was a mastermind and a key figure in The Allies winning WWII, but he faced many personal issues despite his remarkable triumphs. And his resolve was by committing suicide.
February 2016 Speech
InterProcess Communication: IPC University of Tennessee at Martin
Conducted a high-level presentation of InterProcess Communication. I began by explaining that it is used to handle concurrent processes on an OS. I defined and explained the following methods: Pipes, Semaphores, Message Queues, Shared Memory, and Sockets. I defined and gave examples of race conditions. I compared Processes vs Threads and issues including the overhead with both inter-process and inter-thread communication.
November 2014 Presentation, Real-time polling application for the classroom ACM Mid-Southeast Conference: Pigeon Forge, TN
Presented work on an internet application for professors to perform live quizzes in the classroom. The application used WebSockets to handle real-time data transfer and provided immediate feedback in the form of charts for the presentation view, current individual score for each student on device, and a spreadsheet of gradebook records visible only to the professor after completing the quiz. Students scanned into a live session using an auto-generated QR code. Students would then confirm their identity using a Google authentication service matching their student ID with their email address to ensure grade book consistency.
2011 Volunteering
Civil Air Patrol, U.S. Air Force Auxiliary Henry County, TN Squadron
Attended biweekly formal meetings. I was held accountable to learn and being prepared for testing over academic materials usually concerning aerospace. I was responsible for being present at scheduled community service events and necessary drill practices. I was taught to act with the utmost integrity and respect for others, especially while in uniform. My squadron often conducted public service events such as presenting the Tennessee and United States flags at appropriate ceremonies in which I was a rifle bearer.