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Computer Scientist

Location:
Flushing, New York, United States
Posted:
February 18, 2019

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Trevor Xander

**-** ******* ****, ********, NY - 11367

ac8i6a@r.postjobfree.com 845-***-****

Website: trevorxander.com github.com/trevorxander Creative and people-oriented Computer Scientist proficient in a variety of technologies ready to tackle new and exciting challenges with an inquisitive mind.

Leadership Experience

Search Engine: Led a small team tasked to create a search engine. Was responsible for delegating work, designing UI/UX, designing a back-end database and implementing scraper to index websites. Star-Schema Database: Leader of a team responsible for designing and implementing a star-schema database for a data warehouse.

Technologies

Languages: C++, C#, Python, Java, Javascript, SQL

Markup: HTML, XML, LaTeX (basic)

Libraries: Pandas, Numpy, SciKit-Learn, Pytorch

Frameworks: Qt, PyQt, Bootstrap

Software: Git, Tableau, Microsoft SSMS, Qt Creator Skills

Design: Database, ML Models, NLP Models, UI & UX

Data Analytics: Regression, Classification, Clustering, Dimensionality Reduction

Paradigms: Object Oriented, Concurrent, Parallel,

Event Driven, Functional

Projects

2048 Game: A clone of the popular puzzle game 2048 with extra features such as multiplayer, a VS. AI mode and options to adjust the grid size.

App Classifier: Multinomial Naive Bayes model implemented from scratch that is able to accurately predict and classify an app based on its description.

iMaintenance: Software project designed to automate recording, storing and manipulating maintenance logs on a Windows file server. Features include a multi-user login system and administrative capabilities. K-means Clustering: Program that is able to group any given set points into well-formed clusters. Multithread Scraper: Efficient web scraper made in Python with selenium. MTA-Turnstile: Simple Python program to plot the MTA turnstile entry and exit data. Quantum Spin Magnetization: A program that uses heuristics and Metropolis-Hastings algorithm to quickly estimate the average magnetization and pair correlation of a quantum spin configuration. Education

Bachelors of Science in Computer Science Queens College, Flushing, NY, May 2019 Coursework: Natural Language Processing, Data Analytics, Data Mining, Data Warehousing, Linear Programming, Game Theory, Distributed Systems, Computer Graphics, and Internet Technologies. Major GPA: 3.39



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