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Software Engineer

Setagaya-ku, Tokyo Prefecture, Japan
November 04, 2018

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Jeremy Wo nden Email : jeremywo 25 Mobile : +81-80-652*-**** Education

Brigham Young University - Hawaii Laie, HI

B.S in Computer Science, Minor in IT/IS; Magna Cum Laude, GPA: 3.82 Aug. 2014 - Apr. 2018 Relevant Coursework: Object Oriented Programming, Android Development, Algorithms and Complexity, Computational Theory, Computer Organization, Discrete Mathematics, Computer Networking, Web Design, System Engineering I/II. Web Applications Development, Operating Systems Design, Linux Systems Administration Experience

Brigham Young University Hawaii Laie, Hawaii

Computer Science Tutor Aug 2016 - Apr 2018

Supervisor (from Sep 2017): Promoted to student supervisor. In charge of managing schedules for other TAs and creating new initiatives to improve experience for tutors and students. Tutoring: Helped students with coding logic and bug fixes. Answered student questions with in-depth answers and guided them to understand programming assignments. Tutored for a variety of di erent classes and languages, including Python, Java, C++, C, C#, Android Development, and Operating Systems. Grading: Marked student homework with accuracy and impartiality in a timely manner. Handled problems with precision, working with the professor and other tutors to ensure integrity in the grading process.

Continental AG. Yokohama, Japan

Software Engineer Intern Jul 2017 - Aug 2017

ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Service): Worked with camera, RADAR, and LIDAR software and hardware used for ADAS systems. ADAS is a modern vehicular service that assists drivers by warning them of impeding dangers using advanced camera and sensor technology. Prototype Development: Created a prototype for an internal tool that tests sensors for cars that implement assisted driving technology. Fully working with GUI, built in Python3. Built to be used by employees with non-technical backgrounds.

Documentation: Wrote robust technical documentation for the prototype, outlining the code structure and use. Wrote concise user documentation to help non-technical personnel operate the software. Communication: Interacted with mentor and other stakeholders in the project to produce a requirements document and program outline. Gathered information from SW stakeholders about sensor software used. Presented project to managers twice: once at the beginning of the internship, and once after the prototype was finished. Languages/Tools Used: Python, Batch Script, PowerShell, Doxygen, Microsoft O ce

Zone LLC. Yokohama, Japan

Database Engineer Intern Jul 2016 - Aug 2016

Database Development: Created database in Microsoft Access to track inventory. Used tables to store information that contained a variety of data types. User Interface: Added user interface using forms in Microsoft Access, making data entry much easier. Customized form inputs to read from a range of input devices like bar-code scanners. Sanitized input to avoid errors within tables.

Reports: Used SQL queries to generate reports based on information stored in tables, tailored to requests of stakeholders. Cleaned display of data for ease of use. Training: Wrote documentation for database and walked other employees through use of form inputs and reports. Ensured through productive communication and constant feedback that database can still be operated after internship was over.


• Languages: Java, Python, Perl, SQL, C++, C, C#, R, HTML/CSS, JavaScript, PHP, Ruby

• Tools: Windows, Linux, Apache, Git, Android, MySQL, Microsoft O ce, Rails, Node/ReactJS, AWS

• Certifications:TestOut PC Pro

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