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Security Python JavaScript Linux Windows Programming HTML CSS

Location:
Stratford, CT
Posted:
September 28, 2019

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Christian

Torres

Programmer

Objective: My goal for the future is

to get a career in pen testing to

make the cyber world more secure

for businesses and clients.

Christian Torres

*** ********* *ve

Stratford, CT 06615

203-***-****

adagze@r.postjobfree.com

Skills

I am well experienced in various programming languages such as Python, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and even the Linux terminal environment, bash, and the Windows terminal. I also have an extensive amount of knowledge in cyber security and am currently studying pen testing, as my future career will hopefully be. I have above average testing scores on each of the four core curriculum classes, mostly math and literacy. ㅡ

Experience

Trade High School / Student

September 2017 - Present, Milford

I don’t yet have any experience in a workplace environment, however I am taking courses in the I.T. field, and train with my peers every day in a workplace-esk environment. I also practice at home with cyber security and are always searching for more free online courses and sometimes look into paid exams for certifications.

Education

Platt Technical High School / Anticipated Graduation 2021 September 2017 - Present, Milford

I am currently a sophomore at Platt Technical High School. I am pursuing the I.T. trade currently and am very skilled in it. I am working with programming opportunities every day with well above average scores on math and literacy/writing, according to the PSAT exam. MTA: Security Fundamentals - Certified 2018 / Certification Awarded on May 14, 2018

I studied for this exam months before and finally took it on May 14, 2018 with a well passing score. This exam tested my knowledge on cyber security fundamentals such as network security, OS security, security layers, and security software on computers.

MTA: Introduction to Programming Using Python - Certified 2019 / Certification

Awarded on April 4, 2019

I studied for this exam weeks before and finally took it on April 4, 2019, with a passing score easily. This exam tested my knowledge to recognize and write syntactically correct Python code, recognize data types supported by Python, and the ability to recognize and write Python code that will logically solve a given problem.

Awards

Bridgeport Public Schools Math Meet 2017

SkillsUSA Trade Top 3 Finalist - Humanoid Robotics 2019 YAC Award x2 (2010 & 2011)



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