1340 Cresthaven Lane ● Lawrenceville, GA 30043
[email protected] ● (404) 514-3599
B.S. Software Development ● Georgia Gwinnett College ● US Citizen● Graduating Spring 2013 ● GPA 4.0
 Languages: C/C#/C++, VHDL, Matlab, Java, HTML, Perl, Windows Batch, MIPS Assembly, PHP, Bash
 Operating Systems: Windows Mobile, CE, NT, ME, 2000, XP, Vista, 7, Windows Server 2003 & 2008
 Programs: Microsoft Visual Studios, Microsoft Office, Eclipse, PCSpim, Altera Quartus, Misasim, Open Office
 Oscilloscopes, Function Generators, Multimeter, Soldering, Logic Analyzer,
 Electronic measurement equipment, Machine shop equipment, FPGA, Protoboards
 Lead the transition from Active Batch to new CAST automation on current systems at Hewlett-Packard.
 Maintain online service for Georgia Tech’s Mechanical Engineering department.
 Senior User Assistant at Georgia Tech’s Electrical & Computer Engineering department.
 Proficient in reading, speaking, and understanding Spanish, Japanese, and Vietnamese.
 Written technical reviews, application notes, and executive summaries in course work.
Infoprint Solutions, Boulder, CO – Student Intern
5/2009 – 8/2009
 Wrote scripts that tested and modified SNMP functionality on control units running in separate Linux platforms.
 Extended Automated Builder Checkout tool functionality for new system builds with novel features.
 IPS is a joint venture between IBM and Ricoh Systems, creating a unique and diverse work environment.
Hewlett-Packard, Colorado Springs, CO – Student Intern
5/2008 – 8/2008
 Engineered scripts used for testing, automation, triaging common problems across platforms.
 Written scripts in Perl, C/C++, and windows batch for daily email results on multiple system status.
 Deploy and maintain hardware needed for new systems test servers in Windows Server 2003/2008, Red Hat
Linux, and HP-UX.
GT ME, Atlanta, GA – Student Assistant Co-op
5/2006 – 5/2007
 Designed and implemented website for computer support branch of Mechanical Engineering department
 Partitioned hard drives, installed Linux, and configured systems for dual boot on 50 machines
 Hands on experience installing, configuring, managing, and troubleshooting Windows 2000/XP/Vista, Mac, and
Linux/Unix computer hardware, software, printers, and networks for both servers and workstations.
 Responsible for computer and office equipment maintenance and care in several department buildings.
GT ECE, Atlanta, GA – User Assistant
8/2005 – Present
 In charge of all electrical and computer engineering labs for entire department.
 Responsible for computer and office equipment maintenance and care along with various technical services.
Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA - Student
8/2005 – 12/2009
 Designed and created an embedded device that functions as a clock along with the surrounding temperature.
 Designed an embedded system that determined the frequency of audio inputs based on Windows CE API.
 Lead a team to create a tabbed web browser in java.
Wrote scripts that compare and triage test results from new system simulations.
Created image recognition program written in C/C++ and Assembly under Linux environment.
Simulated a customer service call center that ranks incoming calls by urgency and serving customers with higher
urgency first.
Designed and implemented train simulation in VHDL.
Relevant courses include Digital Signal Processing, Digital Design Lab, Mechanisms for Computing, Computer Systems
and Architecture, Embedded Microcontrollers, Embedded Systems, Circuits Analysis, Thermaldynamics, and Multicore
GPU Programming.
Activities and Honors
 Volunteer at Red Cross in Atlanta by performing administrative work, customer service, and tech support.
 Member IEEE (2006 – Present)
 President of Mathletes Student Association
 Member of AITP
 Help distribute foods and drinks for the poor at Atlanta Community Food Bank.
 Volunteer at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.