Full Stack Web Development Intern
This past Summer I got a job at Macomb County's Information and Technology Center. I have learned a lot about web development that I could never have learned from school. I have been working on a project that I unfortunately cannot show you. It's whats known as a WSGI or Web Socket Graphical Interface. Essentially a program that is operated over the web. It's mainly used for tracking billing and the Information Technology Department's various vendors. I am still working for the county remotely.
I first Joined Robotics in 2014 and soon learned Lab View, a professional visual programming language. Later I became the programming team captain. By my senior year I had helped our team accomplish one of our most important long term goals: a whole season with no bugs! We accomplished this by switching from Lab View to Java and dedicating more time to development and testing. That season we became World Championship Finalists!
Throughout high school I worked for my school's theatre department. I maintained equipment, operated equipment and prepared the auditorium for all kinds of shows. I am familiar with ETC Color Source consoles and most sound boards.
Just after starting my sophomore year of high school I started working at Stone's Ace Hardware and Paint. There I learned about hardware, tools, home plumbing and costumer service. Working with people and helping them solve problems was honestly one of the best learning experiences I have ever had. It gave me the opportunity to learn how to manage customer relationships. I quit working for Ace last August.
Macomb Community College
At Macomb Community college I took courses in web development, mobile development and Java programming. I earned a certificate for Java and mobile development with a total of 36 Credit hours while I was in high school.
Michigan State University
I am currently enrolled as a freshman and plan to Major in Computer Science.