Jessica Napolitano
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Published on: Mar 3, 2016

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  • 1. Jessica Napolitano (203) 859-1096 – – _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ EXPERIENCE JACKSON NATIONAL SOFTWARE ENGINEER INTERN JUN 2015 – AUG 2015 CONNECTICUT COLLEGE INTRO TO PROGRAMMING AND DATA STRUCTURES TEACHING ASSISTANT SEPT 2014 – PRESENT PROJECTS GO FISH APR 2014 – MAY 2014 SOCIAL MEDIA APPLICATION NOV 2014 – DEC 2014 EDUCATION CONNECTICUT COLLEGE BACHELOR OF ARTS 2013 – 2017 LEADERSHIP WOMEN IN SCIENCE FOUNDER HOUSE FELLOW NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION CERTIFICATION SKILLS Proficient: Java, Python, LaTeX Sufficient: SQL, Perl, C++ Developed a graphical, interactive Python-based card game which allows the user to play Go Fish against the computer. Evolving the finished product to be competitive and less random with respect to the computer’s decisions. Led a team in implementing a social media application in Java that allows the user to add and delete friends, write on walls, and add events to a self-maintaining calendar. Serialization was utilized as well as original trees, heaps, hashes, arrays, and lists. Founded a program to promote the ongoing movement to make fields in science more accessible to women. Intended to expose young high school girls to a wide range of scientific fields from computer science and physics to biology and chemistry. Selected as one of 16 incoming freshmen named as science leaders. Participated in workshops and seminars that has prepared me to excel in a variety of scientific disciplines as well as developed my research and interpersonal skills. Majors: Computer Science, Mathematics, Minor: Physics GPA: Computer Science 3.94, Cumulative 3.85 Relevant Courses: Cyber Security, Data Structures, Algorithms, Differential Equations, Linear Algebra, Computer Organization, Discrete Mathematics, Theory of Computation Manage the budget of the residence hall, act as a mediator to resolve conflicts, and nurture a diverse, open community among my 60 residents. Assist students in breaking down concepts in programming with an emphasis on structures such as trees, heaps, arrays, lists, and hashes on a theoretical level. Guide students through the implementation by aiding in debugging their code to ensure quality. Designed and documented code to meet business requirements and company standards by utilizing Perl and Kshell. Performed data analysis by manipulating databases with SQL. Currently pursuing CompTIA A+ certification (estimated completion fall 2016)

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