I am a passionate and highly motivated software developer. I graduated from Rensselaer
Polytechnic Institute in May 2019 with
a B.S. in Computer Science and Minor in Management.
Throughout my academic career, I have participated in many activities that cultivated my interest in technology such as Computer Science mentoring and Undergraduate Research. I was also involved in the Student Senate and am a member of the Sigma Chi Fraternity where I have developed my interpersonal and leadership skills.
Currently I am pursuing an M.S. Computer Science degree at Stevens Institute of Technology as a part-time student!
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I am a Solution Architect supporting compliance in Global Technology & Operations. I drive new initiatives to introduce business capabilities as well as improving efficiency in our line of business. My main project is a migration of an Oracle Exadata database into a Hadoop environment in addition to pySpark processes to replace a vendor-based solution. Some other projects I have worked on involve API creation using MuleSoft and Machine Learning algorithms in order to reduce the number of false positive alerts that are generated.
I supported Bank of America's DQC (Data Quality Controls) team and implemented a new framework for data lineage parsing within an automated data control process. Using Python, I created multiple parsers to gather data lineage from the metadata of various reporting tools such as Cognos, Tableau, and Microstrategy. During this experience, I familiarized myself with many ETL and reporting tools used in data analytics.
I participated in Rensselaer's Computer Science Undergraduate Research program that partnered with STEM teaching in schools in Troy, NY. C-STEM was a program designed for high school students to learn about the environment through technology. I assisted in developing a Python API for sensors to upload live environmental data to a Django database that was then displayed on a user interface.
I was a part of Rotary Mission Systems Technology and worked on the Aegis BMD (Ballistic Missile Defense) system's Mission Planner. I upgraded and integrated test suites in its automated testing software using Python and Robot Framework. Throughout the summer, I performed various regression, integration, and smoke testing for new capabilities of each release. In addition, I refactored many server-side Java files to adapt to new technologies aboard Navy ships.
MuleSoft (Certified Developer)
Computer Science 1 Undergraduate Mentor at Rensselaer
Sigma Chi Fraternity Scholarship Chair
Sigma Chi Fraternity Annotator
Rensselaer Student Senate Secretary
Rensselaer Executive Board Committee Vice Chair