Jessica Claire
, , 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
Home: (555) 432-1000 - Cell: - - -
Professional Summary

Eager, passionate, and dedicated software engineer with knowledge in the manufacturing industry. Knowledgeable in many different programming languages and willing to learn new technologies for different types of project.

  • Java/JDBC Swing
  • Shell Script Development
  • Web/Cloud Development
  • Agile/Scrum methodology
  • Linux Development
  • Git
  • Docker
  • Kubernetes
  • Windows Development
  • JQuery/AJAX
  • C#/Visual Studio
  • HTML/Javascript/CSS
  • MySQL database administration
  • Google Cloud Platform
  • Amazon Web Services
Work History
06/2019 to Current
Integration Specialist I Nelnet Hastings, NE,
  • Handled updates and fixes for the simulation software through the C, C++, and Fortran programming language
  • Used an in-house database program for updates and administration
  • Debug, fix, and test simulator components
  • Backup hard drives and run tests for server side maintenance
06/2017 to 04/2018
RMA Test Technician/Jr. Application Engineer Sanmina Sci Fremont, CA,
  • Troubleshoot and debugged the manufactured computer products
  • Replace hardware components, Isolate and report hardware issues
  • Supervised a small group in troubleshooting returned units
  • Assisted in the development of test suites for cryptocurrency mining. Various batch scripts was used to allow testing of mining rigs in Ethereum and Litecoin,
  • Developed and Improved the website for Actineon with the use of CSS within Wordpress
05/2016 to 04/2017
Test Engineer Quanta Computers City, STATE,
  • Trained and supervised tasks for test operators
  • Server testing, Initiating test script, Reporting issues
  • Ensured and revised testing work flow and SOP based on customer requests
  • Supervised new test engineers for other projects
  • Troubleshoot and update test shell scripts on EMC, Facebook, and Amazon servers. The test scripts communicated with a MySQL database that had configuration information of the manufactured servers.
Expected in 05/2020
Master of Science: Computer Science
San Jose State University - San Jose, CA
Expected in 12/2015
Bachelor of Science: Software Engineering
San Jose State University - San Jose, CA

Master Project

  • Did research on Fake news and how to detect it based the utilization of linguistic analysis on the datasets
  • Used the filtered datasets to teach a python based deep learning program to understand what type of article was fake or not
  • The result of the experiment revealed that utilizing solely deep learning and linguistic analysis was not a good method to detect fake news. Even though the result of was a failure the process of researching and experimenting will help push the problem towards a solution

CS 249: Distributed Computing Java Project

  • Participated, designed, and developed a Java RMI application that could communicate between multiple clients and a server host. The purpose of the project was to build a distributed Java application where a Java program on one system could communicate and access objects of another Java program on a separate system.
  • I created the prototype for application where the client environment could call a method within the server environment and create a file with various texts. The client would then be able to modify and delete the file. At the same time the file was broadcast to other Java Clients so that they also had access to the files. A cache system was implemented for the purpose of dealing with old files when reading. This system updated files so that the client will never be out of sync with the server host.

CS 218: Topics in Cloud Computing Java Web Project

  • Coordinated, designed, developed, and deployed a cloud based application that utilizes a data-set for the generation of a google based heat map. The project was built from the ground up without pre-built software or architecture.
  • The main programming language used for the application was Java, where it was used to communicate from the SQL database to the front end. To do this communication method JavaScript and AJAX was utilized to send a request from the client side to the server side. The server would respond and send back data to the client where the JavaScript method is used to update the HTML and Google map application. A third party CSS library was used to speed up the development process.
  • Utilized various Google cloud platform services during the development process. Google cloud BigQuery was used as a database platform to store the data in the data-set. Google Kubernetes was a load balancing service that helped with deploying and scaling the application.
  • The foundation for the application utilized a RESTful approach where the data is easily access by other applications that want to use the data, but not the application. The reason for this architecture was to decouple the dependencies of the data from the application so that it increase the modularity, usability, and reliability of the data.

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