David Esposito EspositoADavid@gmail.com Objective:
Employment with a cutting edge, dynamic company with room for creativity and opportunity for promotion, allowing use of software engineering, systems design and testing skills while utilizing an expert understanding of hardware and code optimization.
Education: Georgia Institute of Technology 2010 – 2012
Double major in Computer Science and Discrete Mathematic with a concentration in devices and systems. Graduated with High Honors. Cross discipline research.
Kennesaw State University 2006 – 2010
Double majored in Computer Science and Mathematics with a minor in Psychology.
Experience: Lithium Technologies: Software Engineer August 2012 - present
Software engineer of SAAS for enterprise online social communities. Responsibilities and experience include: design, implementation and presentation of features from scratch, improvement and refactoring of legacy code, automated test creation and maintenance, automated test framework creation and maintenance, performance testing considerations, development and testing support for cross team projects, agile development process analysis, 3rd party library research, reporting and integration, public speaking and presenting new technologies to the Lithium staff. I have become Lithium Community Manager Certified. I am a member of the REST API steering committee and contributor to creation of Lithium developer certification courses.
Georgia Tech: Teaching Assistant August 2010 – August 2012
Teaching assistant for Data Structures and Algorithms course. Responsible for lecturing, generating coding/written assignments, grading. Supplemental software was implemented to aid in grading efficiency, a data structure visualization library and MIT Open Courseware/ clone. Appointed head TA Fall 2011, responsible for coordinating efforts of 7 other TA's for a class of 160+ undergraduates.
Georgia Tech: Research Assistant May 2011 - August 2012
Worked with a research team composed of faculty and post-docs in the Mathematics and Biology department. Implemented a machine learning algorithm using a stochastic context free grammar to predict RNA secondary structures. The summer project was continued for further investigation. The project was accepted to multiple poster sessions. I was part of a team of graduate and undergraduate students which implemented an intelligent Web-to-Mobile web application for automatic conversion of sites for mobile devices and technologies. Team lead for a design competition exploring novel techniques for converting solar energy into mechanical and scientific processes on a planetary rover. Lead developer and electrical engineer on a student organized hybrid racing team.
GT MAKE: Club Member Fall 2011 – May 2012
Experience developing custom electronics dependent on embedded micro-controllers. Member of a finalist team participating in Intel Cornell Cup 2012 design competition.
Open Source Development Fall 2010 - present
Multiple projects including scientific simulations, games, utility libraries for multiple languages, desktop applications, research projects and Linux kernel patches. Development of custom layers on top of existing open source projects.
Self Employed: Web Developer 2006 - present
#1 Google search result site. Multiple custom Facebook clones for startups and personal projects. Rebuilt a simple CMS used on 4 local small businesses.
1st place judges choice in UROC Research Symposium at Ga Tech Spring 2012. Faculty Nominated as Georgia Institute of Technology Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Assistant Award for the 2010-2011 school year.
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