Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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Nadya PeñaComputer Science student at The College of New Jersey
EDUCATION SKILLS &TECHNOLOGY
B.S. in Computer Science, May 2016. HTML/CSS, SVN, Unit Testing.
05/27 - 07/31 Application Developer Summer Analyst, Credit Suisse, NYC.
Designed and developed a modular, low-latency communication service that
improved workflow by connecting a software build platform to a chat server.
Built a replacement application for electronic traders in the options market.
Helped conduct and present a comparative analysis of internal cloud usage.
06/14 - 08/14 Software Solutions Intern, John Wiley and Sons, Hoboken, NJ.
Built an automated reporting tool to analyze the performance of various applications.
This tool saved 20% of an analyst's time by automating a tedious process.
Helped software release manager by expanding a VBA tool that dynamically
displays software release information.
Reviewed new products by engaging Product Managers in focus groups.
05/12 - 02/13 Actuarial Intern, Prudential Financial, Newark, NJ.
Contributed to the development of large-scale financial projection systems by
implementing new functionality and refactoring existing source code.
Made software more maintainable by revising and writing documentation.
09/11 – 07/15 ResNet IT Technician, The College of New Jersey, Ewing, NJ.
Repair student computers by performing malware removal, data migration, network
troubleshooting, and hardware installations.
Spring 2015 CrunchyFillerClassifier (github.com/nadyac/Crunchy-Filler-Classifier)
Web application that classifies episodes based on user comments posted on the site
Crunchyroll.com. This system was built with Python and Flask.
SOAP: Twitter Module
Contributed code to open source project run by the TCNJ CS department.
Technologies used include the Twitter REST API, JQuery, and PHP.
Winter 2015 DynamicWumpusWorld (github.com/nadyac/DynamicWumpusWorld)
Remake of a 1972 text-based game that implements various search algorithms and
AI concepts. Built with Processing.
Summer 2015 Volunteer, Women Who Code NYC
Fall 2013 - 2015 Lead Organizer, HackTCNJ
Fall 2014 - 2015 President, Association for Computing Machinery, TCNJ
Jan 2014 - 2015 President, Women in Computer Science, TCNJ