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Software engineer lead

New York City, NY
November 26, 2018

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Julian Silerio • 310-***-**** •

*** ******** ***, #*, *** York, NY 10025


Columbia University, New York, NY December 2018

Bachelor of science in computer science, minor in German GPA: 3.1

Relevant courses Data Structures, Fundamentals of Computer Systems, Computer Science

Theory, Probability and Statistics, Introduction to Databases, Artificial

Intelligence, Natural Language Processing, User Interface Design, Deep

Learning, Security I, Fundamentals of Distributed Systems, Cryptography



Back end development Python (Flask, scikit learn, numpy, keras, tensorflow, pytorch, pickle),

PHP (Symfony, Doctrine) Java, C & C++, Golang, Bash/Shell

Front end development HTML, CSS, Bootstrap, Javascript (jQuery)

Databases PostgreSQL, MySQL

Operating systems Linux (Ubuntu, Windows Subsystem for Linux), Windows

Additional skills Version control (git), agile project management (Jira), Google Cloud


Software Engineer Lead September 2018 – present

Columbia Business School, New York, NY

• Modernize DEEP survey system for research in time and risk based decision making

• Convert application from Ruby on Rails to PHP utilizing LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP)

stack to update outdated technology of program and increase efficiency of survey system

• Direct system architecture implementation using agile management to accommodate client’s

needs and to expedite overall product development cycle

Software Engineering Intern June 2017 – May 2018

Columbia College Information Technology (CCIT), New York, NY

• Redesigned, implemented, and tested Columbia’s undergraduate lottery for tickets to sports,

Broadway musicals, and other events around NYC

• Participated in full development cycle, code reviews, daily stand ups, and other aspects of agile

software development with other members of engineering team

• Utilized PHP (Symfony, Doctrine), front end stack of HTML, CSS, Bootstrap; SQL, and git for

application development

Desktop Support Intern June 2016 – May 2017

Columbia College Information Technology (CCIT), New York, NY

• Assisted in management and troubleshooting of hardware and software across all levels of

Columbia College’s administration

• Analyzed and corrected computing problems and technology issues remotely and in person

• Developed relationships with staff and clients to tailor personal support to each individual


Free Fu’d February 2016

Devfest 2016, ADI, Columbia University

• Designed a messaging based service that scrape s the university’s event management calendar

and informs the user of events with free food on campus that day

• Utilized Python2 with Beautiful Soup to parse online calendar and twilio to inform user via SMS

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