I am a proficient programmer with 5 years of experience. I am a full stack developer and have experience in networking, blockchain technology, automation, quantitative finance, cloud computing, machine learning, mobile and web development, and quantum computing.
I contributed to the Global Algorithmic Rates eTrading group’s new electronic trading platform, which is coded in C++ and used by traders to execute orders and implement trading strategies for interest rates securities. I also developed a Python automated stress testing algorithm, containing over 5,000 lines of code, that subjects eTrading platform to a comprehensive series of simulations to ensure it properly functions under high order volume.
I created a foundation of cloud applications for the Global Macro Foreign Exchange eTrading business to begin transitioning processes to the cloud using Amazon Web Services, Core Java, and Golang.
I developed a computer program to automate the updating of stock market index data to be disseminated to clients globally.
I led a research study on a promising drug’s ability to preserve brain neurons’ structure in Niemann-Pick Disease.
I negotiate with corporate executives who hire us to develop technology solutions. I assemble and oversee teams of programmers to build such projects.
I manage all of the organization's technology, am the main consultant for individuals curious what technology stack to implement in their startup ideas, and oversee all projects pursued internally in the club.
I manage the website and technology stack. I also contribute to the production of our podcasts and newsletters.
I lead the design and implementation of curriculum used to tutor impoverished inner city elementary school students in St. Louis, MO.
I studied Entrepreneurship and Business Leadership at Harvard University. I designed a business plan for a technology product and created an innovative business pitch for potential investors.
After excelling in A.P. Computer Science as a junior in high school, I became the teacher's assistant the following year as a senior.
I traveled to Princeton, Harvard, and New York City to participate in competitions that were attended by students from across the globe. At these events, individuals would act as delegates from particular countries to negotiate resolutions to global conflicts and crises.