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Microsoft Office Computer Science

Waterbury, CT
March 15, 2018

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Mr.Wah-Jian Lin

University of Connecticut Expected Class of 2018

Computer Science, Bachelor of Science Candidate 203-***-****

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University of Connecticut, Storrs Campus

Computer Science, Bachelor of Science Candidate

Cumulative GPA: 3.33/4.00

Fall 2014 – Present

Major Course Work

● Algorithms and Complexity

● Computer Networking

● Computer Security

● Data Structures and Intro to Algorithms

● Introduction to Software Engineering

● Introduction to Theory of Computation

● Object Oriented Design and Programming

● Operating Systems

● Principles of Databases

● Programming Language Translation

Technical Skills

● Coding or Scripting: Ajax, Bash, Git, HTML, Java, Javascript, jQuery, MIPS, PHP, SQL

● Operating Systems: Microsoft Windows, Unix/Linux

● Programming Concepts: Agile Coding Methodology, Algorithms, Basic Compiler Design, Data Structures, Networking Protocols, Symmetric Keys

● Software: AutoCad, DreamWeaver, DynamoDB, Eclipse, Gamemaker, Inkscape, LaTeX, Matlab, Microsoft Office, MySQL, Photoshop, QtSpim, SAS JMP, Unity3D, WAMP Internship

National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine (NICABM)

University of Connecticut

October 2017 – Present

● Utilized DynamoDB, PHP, and Javascript to create a text messaging interface for employees to send messages to clients

● Updated frontend online store pages with Ajax, HTML, and Javascript

● Cooperated daily with co-workers to create a client text messaging system

● Created backend program to query through database to retrieve relevant client information Projects

Cyber Security

Vigenere Cipher-Java

University of Connecticut

Spring 2017

● Encrypted plaintext and decrypted ciphertext using the Vigenere Cipher

● Used hashmaps to record substrings names and their positions in order to break the Cipher

● Estimated key length using Kasiski Examination and the Friedman Test Cyber Security

Website with Security Measurements - PHP and SQL

University of Connecticut

Spring 2017

● Protected login passwords in a database using salts

● Encrypted messages using HMAC sent between user accounts

● Set privileges between normal users and admins

● Used cookies to identify users and ensure only one user is logged in at any given time

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