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Objective

I'm currently seeking to work with bright people who want to build interesting things and who are fanatical about being experts at their systems and tools.

Education

Gettysburg College

Dual Major, Computer Science and Psychology

Completed an independent study in Genetic Algorithms and conducted independent Cognitive Neuroscience research on Synaesthesia

Experience

6/2011–present

Lane Community College

Web Developer

Perform LAMP stack development, web development and project management, data analysis, and web security testing.

  • Achieving the Dream Team Member, 2015–Present
  • Technology Governance Council Member 2013–Present
  • Student Affairs Transition Team Lead 2015–Present
  • Strategic Enrollment Management Team Member 2014–2015
  • Student Recruitment Team Member 2014–2015
  • Design & Media Center Co-Coordinator 2012–2015
  • Student Retention Team Member 2014–2015
  • League for Innovation Winner, Spring 2015
  • Classified Employee of the Month, May 2013
9/2005–6/2011

Montgomery County Public Schools

Teacher

Taught CCNA and A+ Certification Preparation courses as part of the Cisco Networking Academy, as well as courses on programming in Python and web design. Additional responsibilities include administering the internal web server, developing Bash and Perl scripts to automate tasks, and developing and conducting web based surveys.

9/2001–5/2005

Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory, Gettysburg College

Research Assistant

Developed programs in E-Prime, conducted research, performed computer administrative tasks, collected and analyzed data, and maintained the laboratory web presence.

9/2004–5/2005

Computer Science Department, Gettysburg College

Student Assistant and Grader

Helped students during a lab for an introductory programming course and during office hours. Graded homework assignments on a rotating schedule with other graders.

Summer, 2004

Psychology Department, Gettysburg College

Shand Summer Research Fellow

Developed and taught a series of classes to the faculty of the Psychology Department on the use of E-Prime, an experiment development software suite roughly based on Visual Basic. Developed a support website for the college to assist new research assistants and faculty in the use and learning of the program.

Leadership Positions

Ultimate Frisbee, President and Captain 9/2003–5/2004, Member, 9/2001–5/05

Duties consisted of training, captaining, and administering of a 30 person team, organizing home tournaments, and planning for attendance at tournaments up to several hundred miles away. In May of 2003, organized and successfully completed a 48 hour series of frisbee games, a world record at the time.

House Leader, 9/03–5/05

Organized events open to campus, handled conflicts between house members and acted as a liaison to residence life. Generally conducted duties normally performed by residence assistants.

Mitchell Cadet, United States Air Force Civilian Auxiliary, Civil Air Patrol

Conferences

Society for Neuroscience, 10/2004

Investigating Automatic Processing in a Color-Grapheme Synaesthete. K. R. Schmidt, J. Graham, A. Brooks, J.M. VanMeter, C.M. Wessinger.

Cognitive Neuroscience Society, 4/2005

Distinct Object-Based Effects during Initial and Reorienting Shifts of Visual Spatial Attention. K.D. Wilson, K.R. Schmidt, and K. Gamble.

Technical Skills

Proficiency

Drupal, Linux (Ubuntu/Debian, Fedora), Git, Python, MySQL, Bash, PHP, HTML, CSS, Inkscape

Familiarity

Django, Perl, JavaScript, Apache, VMWare, LaTeX, Cisco IOS, Java

Certifications

CompTia A+, Network+, Sercurity+; Maryland Education Standard Professional Certificate 1

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