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Software Developer

Solon, Ohio, United States
June 12, 2019

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Frank D. Nagy

440-***-**** *935 Stephanie Lane Solon, OH 44139

Objective: To obtain a position that will allow me to further develop my abilities in the field of computer science while contributing to the overall growth of the organization. Education

• Miami University, Oxford, OH, 2015-2019

o Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

o Honors: Magna Cum Laude (Cumulative GPA: 3.817/4.0) o Languages: Java, C++, HTML/JavaScript, C, Python, Scheme/Lisp, Prolog, SQL, PHP o President’s list, 2017-2019

o Dean’s list, 2015-2017

• Solon High School, Graduated in 2015

o Honor’s Diploma, Academic/Hockey Lettermen, Cumulative GPA: 4.25 Employment/Projects

• Student Assistant – Office of the President at Miami University, 2018-2019 o Ensured ADA compliancy among university polices. Programmed university policy library website in HTML

• Senior Design Information System Capstone Project at Miami University, 2018-2019 o The Senior Design Information System Capstone is a web application for displaying information about senior design projects at Miami University. It is designed to be accessed as a stand-alone site to be displayed on a monitor or to be embedded on Miami’s CEC website. The web application is written in HTML, JavaScript, SQL, and PHP

• Car Parts Warehouse, 2018

o Stocked/returned car parts in the warehouse

• Postmates, 2018

o Delivery driver

• Landscape/Lawn Service, 2011-Present

o Provide lawn care for neighborhood residents

Volunteer Experience

• Food Drive for Oxford Community Choice Pantry, 2016 o Collected food outside Walmart to provide for the impoverished for Thanksgiving

• Solon Recreation Center Soccer Coach, 2011-2013

o Coached the fundamentals of soccer to boys aged 7-8 Extracurricular Activities/Clubs

• BarLife Calisthenics Club at Miami University, Vice President/Co-Founder, 2016-2019

• Miami University Business and Medical Sales Club, Secretary, 2016-2019

• Intramural Hockey/Broomball, 2015-2019

• Solon High School Varsity Ice Hockey Goaltender, 2011-2015 References

• Aimee Smart, Miami University, Office of the President, Paralegal, 513-***-****,

• Sheila Theobald, Miami University, Office of the President, Admin Associate Direct Supervisor, 513-***-****,

Frank D. Nagy

440-***-**** 5935 Stephanie Lane Solon, OH 44139 Java Projects

Tic-Tac-Toe (Human vs. CPU)

• Individual (sole contributor)

• Console-based program in which a user plays tic-tac-toe against the computer

• Implemented an unsorted, hashed dictionary (which uses linear probing for collisions) that calculates and stores all possible valid board positions (the key) and the associated “best move”

(corresponding value) for that position

• Used recursion to generate all possible board positions and a 2-D char array for positions Doubling Analysis

• Partner project (2 contributors)

• Used the “doubling technique” algorithm to estimate the amount of time it would take to run various programs on my computer to solve each problem for an array of one million numbers o Two programs counted the number of triples in an array of ints that sum to 0 (one implementation used a triply nested loop, the other used sorting and binary search) o The other two programs counted the number of pairs that sum to 0 (one implementation used a nested loop, the other used sorting and binary search)

• Ran each program with different input sizes (1000, 2000, 4000, etc.) to collect data, then plotted a log(time) vs. log(size) graph which was used to derive a power law equation

• Also used the doubling technique to estimate a power law equation List with Circular Chain of Linked Nodes

• Individual (sole contributor)

• Implemented the ADT list by using a chain of circular linked nodes that has only a tail reference C++ Projects

Graphics Pipeline

• Individual (sole contributor)

• Interactive program that responds to keystrokes. Created a scene using a graphics pipeline that includes a cylinder, cone, plane, and checkerboard floor, all with explicit 3D surfaces

• The user can walk around the scene using keystrokes. Can change the user’s azimuth and head- elevation-angle with the arrow keys. Can change walking direction and pause/move freely

• Includes a positional light that renders objects with a realistic 3D appearance (lighting, shading, hidden surface removal). Screenshot of scene below:

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