Entry level-Software Engineer - Computer Software Programming Resume S
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Entry level-Software Engineer Resume

Desired Industry: Computer Software/Programming SpiderID: 6464
Desired Job Location: Dunedin, Florida Date Posted: 4/8/2006
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: 2 weeks notice
Desired Wage: 38000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: New Grad/Entry Level Willing to Travel: Yes, More Than 75%
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: Yes

• August, 2005- Present – SAP Support Analyst at Jim Walter Industries Tampa, FL
1)SAP help desk.
a) Provided day-to-day email/phone SAP support.
b) Test, maintain and update training materials.
2)Material Management Module
a)Release Strategy.
b)Purchase Order
c)Info Record.

• May, 2005 – IT Internship Open Frame Works Tampa, FL
1) Top to bottom platform installation of distributed system Web server, Appserver, Database server and Test server.
2) Installation and configuration of: Redhat Enterprise ES 4.0, DB2 UDB ESE.
3) Setup and configuration of security with sonic walls and 28 virtual zones:
a) Managed switch.
b) KVM on the net,
c) Remote access via VCN.


• Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineer, University of South Florida
• Overall GPA 3.35/4.0 December 2005
• Studying toward MCSA and MCSE certification at New Horizons

• CompTIA Network+ Certification.
• CompTIA A+ Certification.

Personal Skills:
• Highly motivated to achieve client satisfaction
• Willingness to learn new Technology
• Detail-oriented Efficiency

Technical Skills:
• Programming: C, C++, and Visual Basic.Net.
• Circuit Design: VHDL using Xilinx and ModelSlim.
• Developing Environment: Visual Studio 6 and Visual Studio .NET.
• Operating Systems: Windows 95/98/2000/NT/XP, Linux.

Additional Information:
• Senior Project (Fall Semester 2005)
• As a part of a team of three students, developed an educational video game for the USF Diabetes Center, College of Medicine. The game,titled "Kid Insulin" that teaches children how to care for their illness. The game was developed using the Allegro game engine. The game is in daily use by children in the USF Diabetes Center waiting room.

• IEEE SoutheastCon Robot Competition (Spring Semester 2005)
• As part of a team of engineers, built a autonomous robot to compete in the IEEE SoutheastCon 2005 competition. Explored various artificial intelligence techniques as an approach to problem solving. Programmed OOPic’s to autonomously navigate the competition’s specifications and interface with sensors for IR signal detection.

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