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Computer Science

Bryan, Texas, United States
October 22, 2018

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Ian Berns

***** ***** *** ***** ******, Texas ***85 281-***-****


Seeking a fulltime job in the field of computer science. EDUCATION

Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas May 2019 Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

Minoring in Cyber-Security and Math

Cumulative GPR: 3.41


Excellent verbal and communication skills

Proficient in C++

Familiar with Python, SQL, R, and Java

Great leadership skills and group management skills LEADERSHIP

Texas A&M Men’s Club Soccer

Board Member (May 2017 – Present)

• Evaluate and determine proper direction for club’s personnel, finances and events

• Mentor younger club members in soccer and school Professional Brotherhood of Engineers

Web Master (January 2018 – Present)

• Used Github to build and run a website catered to the organizations needs

• Managed and hosted the website on Netlify to keep it current with Organizations needs VOLUNTEER WORK

Red Cross Supplies September 2014

• Gathered and assembled emergency supply packs for donation supplies RELEVANT COURSEWORK

CSCE 312 August 2016 – December 2016

• Built a fully-functional computer from first principles, learned how to construct basic logic gates, arithmetic, logic, and sequential chips

CSCE 313 January 2017 – May 2017

• Wrote a simulator for FCFS, SJF, Round Robin, and Multi-Level Priority Scheduling techniques CSCE 441 (Computer Graphics) January 2018 – May 2018

• Used Open-GL to implement a variety of elements in the graphics pipeline, such as a Software Rasterizer, GLSL Shaders, Free-Look, Keyframed Animation, and Skinned Animation CSCE 465 (Computer & Network Security) January 2018 – May 2018

• Implemented and performed many tests and attacks on old Linux OS’s to learn the weaknesses and implemented Bluetooth blocker that prevents sniffing of Bluetooth devices CSCE 310 (Database Systems) May 2018 – August 2018

• Built an SQL database with MariaDB that performed basic commands in SQL scripts CSCE 489 (Cloud Computing) May 2018 – August 2018

• Implemented a very small-scale AWS server service and created and hosted a small message board system in Python

CSCE 489 (Mining Content & Relationship) May 2018 – August 2018

• Used R to process large quantities of data using SVM’s and other data processing techniques

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