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Software Engineer

Toms River, NJ
November 15, 2018

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John G. Settineri


Technical Skills

Proficient in the following computer programs:

• Programming Languages: C#, Python, R, SQL, MySQL, Java, C++, C, HTML, CSS, JavaScript

• Frameworks: Qt (C dotNET (C#), JavaFX, Hadoop (Java), Flask, Hadoop, Spark (Python)

• Libraries: Scikitlearn, Numpy, Scipy, Pandas, NLTK (Python) Tidyverse, Caret, TM (R)

• Cloud Platforms: Amazon Web Services, Watson

• Software: Sharepoint, SQL Server, Excel, Access, Qlikview, CartoDB, Windows 10, Redhat, Ubuntu

• Version Control: Git, ProjectForge, JIRA, SVN

• Development Environments: Visual Studio, Eclipse, Jupyter, Rstudio, Jetbrains Experience

Computer Scientist, NAVAIR (Department of Defense) October 2017 – October 2018

• Developed a C# dotNET application for processing and parsing with sensor test data

• Designed an ETL pipeline in R and SQL Server to cleanse, transform, and model aircraft launch and recovery data to predict maintenance actions and failures on aircraft carriers

Used unsupervised and supervised learning models, natural language processing, and Qlikview to present results

• Assisted research team with machine learning and Python project to diagnose and prevent equipment failure

• Involved in testing, deployment, and support of a major Redhat Linux application written in Qt, C, and MySQL

• Communicated on cross functional team with contractors, participated in code reviews, and verified/tested requirements in an Agile environment

Project Manager, Engineer, Presenter, City College of New York (CUNY) and Goodwill Foundation October 2016 – September 2017

• Worked on project to assist individuals on Autism Spectrum to solve sensory overload challenges using Occulus Rift, Unity, and C#

Visualized and recorded heartbeats using the Fitbit REST API

• Drafted proposal and presented it to Goodwill Foundation awarded $1,000 budget

• Project entered in CREATE competition, an event hosted by Goodwill and NY State Institute of Disabilities

Met with NYS congressional staff to discuss project impact

• Project findings presented at California State University Conference on Assistive Technology in March 2018 Researcher, CCNY and National Science Foundation (NSF) June 2014 – May 2016

• Assisted with two major research projects for CUNY professor

Designed virtual environments to test sensor technology for visually impaired people using Unity and C#

Developed a virtual environment and tested an app to collect user input data and receive user-driven directional commands to aid visually impaired users using JavaScript and C#

• Showcased progress in weekly meetings

• Submitted two research abstracts to NSF's Emerging Researchers National (ERN) Conference

• Work was published in the ERN abstract journal for the 2015 and 2016 conferences School Projects

• Developed a data science project that analyzed NYC 311 complaints. Used Python and Spark to spationally join, model, and visualize data. Results were visualized in Seaborn and CartoDB and presented to class.

• Designed a network visualization of supreme court cases. Court cases were stored in MongoDB and Neo4J and network visualization was developed in JavaScript. Results were presented to class.

• Collaborated on a financial search engine project that was able to pull stock data in real time using natural language processing; project placed second in Royal Bank of Canada hackathon

• Participated in team project to draft, design, and develop a Java application with dedicated MySQL back-end Education

B.S. Computer Science (magnum cum laude), City College of New York Honors College, CUNY September 2017 Certifications: Security+

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