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Experienced, knowledgeable, hardworking and computer/electrical/software development and engineering professional/expert: U.S.-based engineering formation and professional experience in the high-tech industry and for high-profile companies (Forbes Global Fortune’s 500).100% success rated Upwork (as on Dec 18th, 18) and flawless 5 stars at Freelancer.com, both platforms with around 2000+ HOURS IN EACH (i.e., more than 5000+ hours), without counting work without a platform! Skills and Proficiencies include (but not all listed due to description length limit):C , C++, CSS, Sass, LESS, HTML5, JavaScript/TypeScript, JSON, Bash Shell Scripting, Python, MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite, Boost, wxWidgets, Qt, Windows API, Linux API, Bootstrap, Angular 2+, AngularJS (1.5+), Ionic, jQuery, ReactJS/Redux, React Native, boto3, Django, Flask, Matplotlib, Numpy, Scrapy, Scipy, scikit-learn, Selenium, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Docker, Firebase, MongoDB, NGINX, NodeJS, Redis, Vagrant, Webpack, and more!
$32 USD/hr
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Portfolio

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  • käyttäjän basketofsof kuva Finish a rest API $512.69 USD

    “Juan has been the greatest technical asset our team has had. We were super lucky to find him and work with him and you will be lucky if he works for your project too.”

  • käyttäjän basketofsof kuva Project for jprodriguezdv -- 4 $781.16 USD

    “Juan is a fantastic C Programmer. He can get very low level and high level as well to explain things to me.”

  • käyttäjän basketofsof kuva Project for jprodriguezdv -- 5 $16167.66 USD

    “I cannot say enough good things about juan. fantastic engineer and person [29 August, 2016] Juan's diligence and commitment to the project is outstanding. unfortunately i have not been able to be as helpful as i was. but juan fills in all of the gaps and excels at the project nonetheless [23 November, 2016] Juan is a great asset. thoughtful and hard working [07 January, 2017] Juan is great to work with as always. He can stretch himself outside of the initial technical work and find new ways of getting things done. [07 January, 2017] Juan is a delight to work with. His hands off organization and planning skills are excellent. He really excels on all fronts [07 January, 2017] I would highly recommend juan for all things technical. He has worked with us for a while and we could not be happier with the quality of his work. [24 January, 2017] Juan has moved onto the client work and I am super excited to see what he will create. He picked up new skills specifically for this project. his dedication is beyond appreciated. [15 March, 2017] Juan has been a great asset to our team. He is the engine of the project and he has been steadfast in his work. We are very thankful to have met juan as he has raised the engineering bar super high for us and we are always happy to work with him again.”

  • käyttäjän basketofsof kuva Finish python API #2 $480.00 USD

    “Juan is consistent, comunicative, smart and hard working. I know the project is headed in the right direction with juan at the helm”

  • käyttäjän basketofsof kuva REST API python $3278.91 USD

    “Juan is a great asset for any team. He has worked extremely hard to get us to where we are and I am grateful to have him on the team. [06 March, 2016] Juan is great! the backbone of this project, he is a great engineer who can build a system from top to bottom. A++ [06 March, 2016] Juans technical ability is supreme. I feel confident i could give him any project and he would be able to accomplish it with ease. a true engineer and problem solver at heart. I am lucky to have him on the team. [06 March, 2016] Juan is a great asset to anyone who wants something built. He writes unit tests, provides documentation, and works diligently. I am very impressed with all that he has done. [06 March, 2016] Juan is a great technical hire and all around good person. you feel like you are on a team when working with juan. It is very satisfying to see juan push this project forward in the way that he has A++++ [17 March, 2016] Juan has been the backbone of this operation since I hired him. He has been flexible with me during trying times personally and I feel lucky we are on the same team. [17 March, 2016] We are at a huge milestone that we were able to arrive at thanks to juan's engineering and project management capabilities. i am excited for what the future holds [17 March, 2016] Great work as always from juan. I always feel comfortable giving juan 5 stars on everything because he always gives his full effort and creates excellent work”

  • käyttäjän basketofsof kuva REST CLIENT $641.97 USD

    “Juan is a great engineer. he has been proactive about keeping me informed, avoiding pitfalls, building safety nets, and overall communication. A++ [15 November, 2015] Thank you juan for always pushing this project forward in such a professional and talented way.”

Kokemus

Python (Django + Celery) and JavaScript / Typescript (Ionic3) Software Developer and (Docker) DevOps

Oct 2018 - Nov 2018 (1 month)

• Configured the Django server for different deployment configurations and performed an initial setup in general. • Created first application flow (i.e., the sequence of screens that follows initially) in the Ionic frontend. • Designed database architecture and schema. • Created sign-in/registration logic (with REST JWT authentication) and ensured that the authenticated API works correctly inside the application. Achievements/Results: A 5-star rating with an excellent review.

Python (Pyramid + Celery/AMPQ + Testing/Quality Assurance) Software Developer and (Docker) DevOps

Oct 2018 - Dec 2018 (2 months)

• Partially developed REST API endpoint that performs the synchronization between the controller and all processing entities in the architecture. • Developed periodic logic for cleanup of unused/orphan resources/entries. • Fixed and improved unit test framework. • Provided troubleshooting, mentoring, and assistance to the programmer in charge of the controller. Achievements/Results: Great review provided by the client.

Python (Pyramid + Celery/AMPQ + Testing/Quality Assurance) Software Developer and (Docker) DevOps

Sep 2018 - Oct 2018 (1 month)

• Developed periodic logic for maintenance of controller and calculation of load average factors. • Developed unit test framework, which has the ability to start the test ensuring that the controller is always at a “constant” state. • Dockerized all elements of the controller system. • Provided troubleshooting, mentoring, and assistance to the programmer in charge of the controller. Achievements/Results: A 5-star review and a continuing relation with the client.

Python (Pyramid + Celery/AMPQ + Testing/Quality Assurance) Software Developer and (Docker) DevOps

Sep 2018 - Sep 2018 (1 month)

• Designed, and provided additional information about the general test quality assurance strategy for the system, based on multiple level testing (code and functional level). • Explored and analyzed company code and proposed a quality assurance strategy. • Provided troubleshooting, mentoring, and assistance to the programmer in charge of the controller. Achievements/Results: A 5-star review and the start and a continuing business relation with the client.

Python and JS – Flask Backend Developer / AWS DevOps / Frontend Dev

Oct 2017 - Nov 2017 (1 month)

• Fixed HTL5 / CSS3 / Javascript issues in store templates. • Integrated Selenium Automated Functional Testing (multiple browsers) and unit testing of JavaScript Code using Mocha / Chai Frameworks. • Developed initial prototype re-usability framework based on AngularJS to mass produce store templates. Achievements/Results: A 5-star review with a flawless recommendation.

Full Stack Web Developer (Django, NodeJS, AngularJS, jQuery and more)

Sep 2017 - Jun 2018 (9 months)

• Implemented and/or modified solutions that required full-stack development which included: o Interactive help for all screens (step by step tutorials with animations, autoscrolling and UI highlight). o Sign-in / Login / Forgot password screen. o Django Admin panel customization. • Improved, expanded and fixed project DevOps, which included: o Modified/fixed [login to view URL] configurations. o Fixed broken Vagrant configurations. o Assisted team members with platform setups/DevOps.

Python Programmer – Django Backend Developer

Sep 2017 - Sep 2017 (1 month)

• Continued work for the previous client for the Django platform mentioned in the direct contract of Jun 17 - Aug 17 for the given company. Achievements/Results: Part of completion of a previous client work, an excellent review was given.

Python Programmer – Django Backend Developer

Jul 2017 - Aug 2017 (1 month)

• Creation of test, development and deployment project stages from a cookie-cutter template which turns weeks of development into a couple of days (contains all docker composing and scripts, automatic documentation generation, selected libraries integration like Celery, Redis, Sentry, and others, to start development from an advanced and tested system). • Integrations of Django-CMS and Django-File, and Django-Tagging. • Customization of administrator interface.

Python Programmer – Django Backend Developer

May 2017 - Jun 2017 (1 month)

• Worked and developed in a micro-service architecture backend using Django, DjangoRestFramework (with JWT), RabbitMQ / Celery, Swagger, Docker (Swarm), using GitLab and it's continuous integration platform to provide a REST API to a job search's iOS application. • Troubleshoot issues where the server was hanging on multiple simultaneous requests. • Modified Swagger to be able to be documented using an external YAML file.

Owner and Manager

Apr 2017

• Develops and carries out marketing campaign strategies, SEO, and social media automation/scheduling. • Researches, designs artwork and writes content for several personal blogs. • Maintains, creates and improves content / look for the site (SquareSpace customization through HTML, CSS, Javascript, jQuery, and Bootstrap4).

Frontend Dev (Angular 2/4, HTML, JavaScript, CSS3) and Backend Dev

Mar 2016 - Apr 2017 (1 year)

• Created, designed and developed the front end for a real-estate search (web adaptive using HTML5, Javascript, Font Awesome, Bootstrap4alpha, [login to view URL], jquery, GoogleMaps API and others) and created Angular2/4 Typescript modularization for REST API interaction with the previously created backend. • Designed Artwork using Canva.

Backend Developer (AWS, Flask, PostgreSQL, Celery, Redis)

Nov 2015 - Mar 2016 (4 months)

• Created the REST API for the acquisition of real state property housing and tested their functionality with a reduced set extracted from the MLS database and deployed it to the AWS server. • Created the database architecture and automated/extensible workflow for extracting, manipulation and curation of data. • Setup and added Redis cache management for rapid translation for rest response values. • Developed stability enhancements and improved documentation.

Python Programmer – Backend Developer (AWS, Flask, PostgreSQL, Celery)

Oct 2015 - Nov 2015 (1 month)

• Documented code. • Inserted previously automated DB/table/blueprint creation mechanism into initialization code. Achievements/Results: Outstanding review and another satisfied client.

Python Programmer – REST / Web Service Backend Architecture Developer

Sep 2015 - Oct 2015 (1 month)

• Documented code. • Started the development of initialization code for the blueprint mechanism. Achievements/Results: Excellent review and getting the client one step closer to what he is looking for and his success.

Python Programmer – REST / Web Service Backend Architecture Developer

Sep 2015 - Sep 2015 (1 month)

• Documented code. Achievements/Results: Excellent review and getting the client one step closer to what he is looking for and his success.

Python Programmer – REST / Web Service Backend Architecture Developer

Sep 2015 - Sep 2015 (1 month)

• Modified automated database metadata information creation mechanism to reduce the number of tables created. • Documented code. Achievements/Results: Excellent review and getting the client one step closer to what he is looking for and his success.

Python Programmer – REST / Web Service Backend Architecture Developer

Jul 2015 - Aug 2015 (1 month)

• Continued porting our entire system (running in local machine) into our EC2 instance and ensured that everything works. • Developed prototype REST API to test our first proof-of-concept. Achievements/Results: Excellent review and getting the client one step closer to what he is looking for and his success.

Python Programmer – REST / Web Service Backend Architecture Developer

Jun 2015 - Jul 2015 (1 month)

• Continued setup of Amazon Web Services (AWS) EC2 instance (installing dependencies and other miscellaneous configurations) and the RDS instance (Relational Database Server) using PostgreSQL. • Ported our entire system (running in a local machine) into our EC2 instance and ensured that everything works. Achievements/Results: Excellent review and getting the client one step closer to what he is looking for and his success.

Python Programmer – REST / Web Service Backend Architecture Developer

Jun 2015 - Jun 2015 (1 month)

• Continued setup of Amazon Web Services (AWS) EC2 instance (installing dependencies and other miscellaneous configurations) and the RDS instance (Relational Database Server) using PostgreSQL. • Ported our entire system (running in a local machine) to our EC2 instance and ensured that everything works. Achievements/Results: Excellent review and getting the client one step closer to what he is looking for and his success.

Python Programmer – REST / Web Service Backend Architecture Developer

May 2015 - Jun 2015 (1 month)

• Setup Amazon Web Services (AWS) EC2 instance (installing dependencies and other miscellaneous configurations) and the RDS instance (Relational Database Server) using PostgreSQL. • Did modifications to PostgreSQL (database administration) to ensure that we could use lower speed (network constrained) RDS instances using SQLAlchemy and avoid session timeouts. Achievements/Results: Excellent review and getting the client one step closer to what he is looking for and his success.

Python Programmer – REST / Web Service Backend Architecture Developer

May 2015 - May 2015 (1 month)

• Moved our database engine, at the moment in SQLite, to PostgreSQL, making sure that we have backward compatibility. Although using SQLAlchemy as an ORM layer, compatibility is not entirely straightforward and requires some software architecting and planning. Achievements/Results: Excellent review and getting the client one step closer to what he is looking for and his success.

Python Programmer – REST / Web Service Backend Architecture Developer

May 2015 - May 2015 (1 month)

• Continued work on the development of an automated data extraction mechanism from a RESO (Real Estate Standard Organization) compliant database that will automatically create tables (columns + types) based on the metadata provided for that MLS database, and will fill information based on query objects. • Created database metadata mechanism to add additional meta information related to our database tables, in a way that we don't need schema migrations due to them.

Python Programmer – REST / Web Service Backend Architecture Developer

May 2015 - May 2015 (1 month)

• Continued work on development of an automated data extraction mechanism from a RESO (Real Estate Standard Organization) compliant database that will automatically create tables (columns + types) based on the metadata provided for that MLS database, and will fill information based on query objects (inspired on game development component software development pattern, for flexibility).

Python Programmer – Mathematics (Scipy / Numpy / Sympy ) Programming

May 2015 - May 2015 (1 month)

• Developed several mathematical algorithms (proprietary) for the client in a combination of Scipy, Numpy and Sympy library usage. Achievements/Results: 5-star rating and a delighted client.

Python Programmer – REST / Web Service Backend Architecture Developer

May 2015 - May 2015 (1 month)

• Continued work on development of an automated data extraction mechanism from a RESO (Real Estate Standard Organization) compliant database that will automatically create tables (columns + types) based on the metadata provided for that MLS database, and will fill information based on query objects (inspired on game development component software development pattern, for flexibility).

Python Programmer – REST / Web Service Backend Architecture Developer

Apr 2015 - May 2015 (1 month)

• Continued work on development of an automated data extraction mechanism from a RESO (Real Estate Standard Organization) compliant database that will automatically create tables (columns + types) based on the metadata provided for that MLS database, and will fill information based on query objects (inspired on game development component software development pattern, for flexibility).

Python Programmer – REST / Web Service Backend Architecture Developer

Apr 2015 - May 2015 (1 month)

• Continued work on development of an automated data extraction mechanism from a RESO (Real Estate Standard Organization) compliant database that will automatically create tables (columns + types) based on the metadata provided for that MLS database, and will fill information based on query objects (inspired on game development component software development pattern, for flexibility).

C++, C++/CLI, C#, Networking Application Programmer

Apr 2015 - Apr 2015 (1 month)

• Developed a prototype cluster computing platform, that can run in multiple processors/computers and can split computations between multiple nodes with fault tolerance (i.e., supports shutdown machine/processor). Achievements/Results: A thrilled client, 5-star rating and one of the best reviews that I had so far.

Python Programmer – REST / Web Service Backend Architecture Developer

Apr 2015 - Apr 2015 (1 month)

• Continued work on development of an automated data extraction mechanism from a RESO (Real Estate Standard Organization) compliant database that will automatically create tables (columns + types) based on the metadata provided for that MLS database, and will fill information based on query objects (inspired on game development component software development pattern, for flexibility).

Python Django Web Developer

Apr 2015 - Apr 2015 (1 month)

• Answered several questions about Django's internal functionality, security, database storage, deployment, between others. Achievements/Results: 5-star rating and a pleased customer.

Python Data Mining Engineer

Apr 2015 - Apr 2015 (1 month)

• Produced clustering results (both text and graphs) for CSV files stored data using the scikit-learn python library. Achievements/Results: 5-star rating and a delighted customer.

Python Data Web Scraping

Apr 2015 - Apr 2015 (1 month)

• Developed a script that scraps data from selected websites and would store this data into a CSV file. Achievements/Results: 5-star rating and a really satisfied client.

Python Django Web Developer

Apr 2015 - Apr 2015 (1 month)

• Instructed and guided the client through developing a Django powered website. Achievements/Results: 5-star rating and a continuing relationship with the client.

Python Programmer – REST / Web Service Backend Architecture Developer

Apr 2015 - Apr 2015 (1 month)

• Developed a query class that wraps the functionality of libRETS, a library designed to extract information from RESO (Real State Standard Organization) compliant databases to make this information searchable by prospective clients. This particular task included the extraction of database metadata (i.e., information about the internal structure of the database). Achievements/Results: High recommendations with a 5-star review.

Python Programmer – REST / Web Service Backend Architecture Developer

Apr 2015 - Apr 2015 (1 month)

• Developed initial infrastructure of a web service (using Python) that will extract information from RESO (Real State Standard Organization) databases and will make it available for search. This includes the design of the component that the system will have. • At this step, we set up the initial global infrastructure: task automation, automatic documentation generation, and testing infrastructure.

WiX Toolset (.msi Package Builder) and PowerShell Developer

Mar 2015 - Apr 2015 (1 month)

• Developed WiX Toolset script to generate a .msi installer for a tool used to protect against PC input peripheral hijacking (i.e., keyboard, microphone, and others). • Modified Powershell script to automatically install WiX toolset and install, other dependencies, as part of development setups for the project.

Bash Script Developer

Mar 2015 - Mar 2015 (1 month)

• Developed custom bash scripts (for Debian/Linux and Mac OS X) which would: o Check, search and install package dependencies from Homebrew (Mac OS X) and Debian Package Manager and tools (dpkg, apt-get, apt-cache) o Clone the source code from librets repository, checking out latest release, and would build it (SWIG C++ bindings). o Perform Python unit tests for integrity verification.

C++, C++/CLI, C#, Networking Application Programmer

Mar 2015 - Mar 2015 (1 month)

• Development of application that would analyze and display Layer 1 LTE data package Signal to Interference + Noise (SINR) measurements chart. Achievements/Results: 5-star rating and establishment of long relation with client.

C++ Expert – Standard C++ Tutor

Mar 2015 - Mar 2015 (1 month)

• Assisted C++ student in several C++ basic tasks. Achievements/Results: 5-star rating. Incredibly satisfied client.

C Programmer – Unix/Linux Server Programming

Mar 2015 - Mar 2015 (1 month)

• Modified, improved and modernized IRC server application code base. • Added features: nick history for the related nickname and for a channel, improvement of debugging / logging system. Achievements/Results: 5-star rating and another satisfied client.

C / C++ Developer – IDE Consultant

Feb 2015 - Mar 2015 (1 month)

• Helped client with the setup of his project, fixing linking and compilation issues that he was having. Achievements/Results: 5-star rating. Delighted client.

C Programmer – Unix/Linux API Programming

Feb 2015 - Feb 2015 (1 month)

• Developed Unix/Linux API application with multiple processes and signals using pipes for inter-process communication and synchronization. • Explained the program to the client and debugged a simplified version that he developed. Achievements/Results: 5-star rating and a delighted customer. The client was able to learn new concepts about Linux/Unix API development.

C / C++ Programmer – Win32 API Programmer

Jan 2015 - Feb 2015 (1 month)

• Worked with Win32 API and Microsoft CRT (no MFC or .NET as a requirement), to monitor and store user activity (clipboard, screen recording, key logging and others) using Win32 hooks, processes, threads, synchronization and other mechanisms. Achievements/Results: Cannot be disclosed (under NDA).

C++ Programmer – Google’s Supersonic Query Engine Mods and Improvs

Oct 2014 - Nov 2014 (1 month)

• Continuation of the project, contract renewed monthly. See April 2014 description for more information. Achievements/Results: During this contract, my work rate was increased around 50% due to a three-month prior agreement. Unfortunately, around the 12th of November, my father had a heart attack. I couldn’t perform as the client was expecting (didn't invest enough time). This experience has helped me find ways to improve my service and be more conscious about the client economic concerns.

C++ Programmer – Google’s Supersonic Query Engine Mods and Improvs

Sep 2014 - Oct 2014 (1 month)

• Continuation of the project, contract renewed monthly. See April 2014 description for information about the project task and responsibilities. Achievements/Results: Five-star rating, the long-term relationship continued with the client.

C++ Programmer – Google’s Supersonic Query Engine Mods and Improvs

Jul 2014 - Aug 2014 (1 month)

• Continuation of the project, contract renewed monthly. See April 2014 description for information about the project task and responsibilities. Achievements/Results: Five-star rating, the long-term relationship continued with the client.

C++ Programmer – Google’s Supersonic Query Engine Mods and Improvs

Jun 2014 - Jul 2014 (1 month)

• Continuation of the project, contract renewed monthly. See April 2014 description for information about the project task and responsibilities. Achievements/Results: Five-star rating, the long-term relationship continued with the client.

C++ Programmer – Google’s Supersonic Query Engine Mods and Improvs

May 2014 - Jun 2014 (1 month)

• Continuation of the project, contract renewed monthly. See April 2014 description for information about the project task and responsibilities. Achievements/Results: Five-star rating, the long-term relationship continued with the client.

C++ Programmer – Google’s Supersonic Query Engine Mods and Improvs

Apr 2014 - May 2014 (1 month)

• Modified, made enhancements, added new types and functionality to Google Supersonic: an ultra-fast, column-oriented query engine in advanced modern C++ (highly meta-templated) which performs heavy use of cache-aware algorithms; and SIMD and vectorized instructions to take advantage of hyper-pipelined CPU's. Possibly the Google's BigQuery Cloud platform is based on this project. • Additional work performed is protected by an NDA; therefore, it cannot be disclosed.

C++ / C++ CLI Programmer – Artificial Intelligence

Mar 2014 - Mar 2014 (1 month)

• Improvements on the task of the previous contract. Achievements/Results: Five start review and a happy client.

C++ / C++ CLI Programmer – Artificial Intelligence

Mar 2014 - Mar 2014 (1 month)

• Creation of a command-line map generator and implementation of an artificial intelligence entity that will find the shortest path in a custom generated maze. Achievements/Results: Five start review and a happy client.

C++ Programmer - Mathematics

Mar 2014 - Mar 2014 (1 month)

• Creation of vector transformation matrices to draw in OpenGL canvas. Achievements/Results: Five-star review, happy client and additional tasks requested from the same client.

VB.NET Developer – Graphical User Interface (GUI) Design

Mar 2014 - Mar 2014 (1 month)

• Creation of small utility application with [login to view URL] (Windows Forms), which changed the content of selected files into another format. • To exceed customer expectations, batch file processing functionality was added as an extra for the client. • Created a manual for the application. Achievements/Results: First oDesk (now Upwork) contract, a five-star review, and a happy client. The client was pleased with the extra feature implemented.

Mobile (iOS/Android) Application Software Engineer

Feb 2013 - Feb 2014 (1 year)

• Developed three small utilities in iOS and made them available in the AppStore (from code development from scratch and graphics), using technologies like Core Data and In-App Purchases. Achievements/Results: Went through the entire Apple iOS software development lifecycle, from creating an application from scratch to making it available in the iOS App Store globally and tracking its progress.

Associate Software Engineering

Oct 2011 - Dec 2012 (1 year)

• Debugged, troubleshoot, solved and found the cause of issues relating multithreaded execution, processing and communication protocols/message specifications like DNP3, MODBUS, IEC-61850, EIA-232 (RS-232), TCP/IP, SEL Fast Protocol, and others. • Authored articles about latest developments in ISO C (C11), ISO C++ (C++11) and C++ template/compiler issues. • Implemented SNTP client for the SEL2411 based on existing SEL implementations.

Automation Tools Engineer

Sep 2007 - Jul 2008 (10 months)

• Independently created and developed a programming framework and expandable library for test automation systems. • Supervised the test automation engine's 3rd party C++ development vendors to assure they meet contractual deliverables. • Tested product prototype software code for quality, performance and correct operation. • Documented and sketched diagrams related to the PASA test automation platform. • Verified hardware interface libraries generated with LabVIEW.

Test Engineer Consultant (Volunteer Work)

Jun 2007 - Jul 2007 (1 month)

* Research focused on the changes in the relaxation spectrum of cement and its cure evolution with changes in chemistry and processing conditions. Research funded by the US National Science Foundation (NSF) with a grant of 100,000 USD approx. * Optimized test and data acquisition application to measure capacitance in cement mixtures, allowing configurations in data collection rate and data export. Collaborated in the design of electro-mechanical switching system for multiple mixture's sampling support. * Provided troubleshooting for Laica DC100 camera system allowing cement texture’s curing evolution observation. Achievements/Results: Reduction of data collection time, improving test procedures in research, therefore facilitating research efforts.

(PRESENTATION) Intl. Robotics and Machine Intelligence Research at the IIT

May 2007 - May 2007 (1 month)

ELIZABETHTOWN COLLEGE, Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania (USA) The 7th Annual Mini-Conference on Robotics and Machine Intelligence May 07 International Robotics and Machine Intelligence Research at the Italian Institute of Technology Rodriguez, Juan P. • Presented findings of a research trip to the IIT, taken from IIT/University of Genoa's Liralab publications and interviews with key members of the institution, as well as from the interaction with their robotics platforms.

(EXTRACURRICULAR) EC Wunderbot III Autonomous Ground Vehicle Team Member

Jun 2006 - Jun 2006 (1 month)

• Competed in the name of the Elizabethtown College's computer engineering program. • Provided troubleshooting for image processing systems, artificial intelligence, and co-authored design report for the competition.

(EXTRACURRICULAR) LabVIEW Programmer and Support (volunteer work)

May 2006 - May 2007 (1 year)

• Optimized algorithms for artificial intelligence, autonomous control, and image acquisition systems. • Provided solutions for the platform’s SICK LMS-200 laser range finder data acquisition system. Achievement/Results: Procedures improved platform’s obstacle avoidance and decision-making capabilities.

(PRESENTATION) Adv.and Cons.of using vector SMP Architectures for Human Genome Mapping

May 2006 - May 2006 (1 month)

Banerjee, Amlan, Mark Dinse, Arindam Kanjilal and Juan P. Rodriguez • Presented an analysis of the advantages and disadvantages of using vector SMP multiprocessing architectures for human genome mapping using a top-down approach, from architectural tradeoffs to small grain analysis using a simplified machine model.

Teaching Assistant (90% Volunteer Work)

Jan 2005 - Aug 2007 (2 years)

Research funded by the US National Science Foundation (NSF) with a grant of 100,000 USD approx. • Optimized test and data acquisition application to measure capacitance in cement mixtures, allowing configurations in data collection rate and data export. • Collaborated in the design of electro-mechanical switching system for multiple mixture's sampling support. • Provided troubleshooting for Laica DC100 camera system allowing cement texture’s curing evolution observation.

(EXTRACURRICULAR) Team Hummer Solar Powered Vehicle Team Member

Aug 2002 - Dec 2002 (4 months)

• Designed and built several components of the vehicle. Achievement/Results: The Hummer Solar-Powered Vehicle competed in a college-sponsored event attracting the local news. Event increased local community awareness of alternative non-pollutant energy sources.

(EXTRACURRICULAR) Action Flag Projector Team Member

Aug 2002 - Dec 2002 (4 months)

Competition made in the Introduction to Engineering class consisting of the design and construction of a low-budget toy. Achievement / Results: The team design won the competition. The prototype is displayed to prospective engineering students as a demonstration of engineering skills and creativity of Elizabethtown College engineering students.

Koulutus

B.S. Computer Engineering

2002 - 2007 (5 years)

M.S. Electrical Engineering

2009 - 2011 (2 years)

(non-degree) CS425 - Distributed Systems and Networking (Grade A)

2009 - 2009 (1 month)

Pätevyydet

(SEMINAR) Profile Makeover Workshop (2015)

Upwork

• A workshop that was given only to top-rated freelancers, that guided freelancers on what clients consider to be an outstanding profile and what do they value the most.

(COURSE) Introduction to Freelancing (2016)

Udemy (Daniel Perry - Innovating education and skill development for a more rewarding career)

[login to view URL] • "Learn the basics to get started today!"

(COURSE) SEO Training Academy: Learn Search Engine Optimization (2016)

Udemy (R.L. Adams - Entrepreneur, Software Engineer and Best-Selling Author)

[login to view URL] • "Master the art of search engine optimization by learning fundamental SEO principles and techniques in this course"

(COURSE) Build a Responsive Website with HTML5, CSS3 and Bootstrap 4 (2016)

Udemy (Filip Korganovski - Front-End Web-Developer)

[login to view URL] • “Learn modern web design and code responsive websites from scratch using HTML5 and CSS3. Develop and code a huge project”

(COURSE) Social Media Management Tool: Buffer Tutorial (2017)

Udemy (Ali Mirza - Growth Marketer & Digital Entrepreneur)

[login to view URL] • "Learn how to use Buffer for social media management"

(COURSE) Social Brilliant (2017)

Udemy (Laura Roeder - http://meetedgar.com)

[login to view URL] • "Get double the social media leads in half the time with this proven framework"

(COURSE) Copywriting Blunders: Do You Make These 10 Common Mistakes? (2017)

Udemy (Alan Sharpe - Veteran Direct Response Copyrighter)

[login to view URL] • "Improve your copywriting by eliminating the 10 most common (and most harmful) mistakes that wreck your copy and career."

(COURSE) Canva Graphic Design for Entrepreneurs - Design 11 Projects (2017)

Udemy (Jeremy Deighan and Phil Ebiner)

Jeremy Deighan (Canva | Photoshop | Graphic Design), Phil Ebiner (Best Selling Instructor, 215,000+ Students) [login to view URL] • "Learn Canva from scratch. Create 11 graphic design projects with Canva specifically for entrepreneurs."

(COURSE) Copyright Made Easy (2017)

Udemy (Chris du Toit - Lawyer, Developer and Internet Geek)

[login to view URL] • "Quickly become highly knowledgeable about Copyright law and how to use a copyright to protect your work".

(COURSE) Guide to Becoming a Upwork Freelance Superstar in 2017 (2017)

Udemy (Tim Hallowell - Upwork Top Rated Freelancer)

[login to view URL] • " Step by Step instructions on becoming a successful Freelancer on Upwork in 2017"

(COURSE) How to Hire a Virtual Assistant (2017)

Udemy (Nick Lopez - Entrepreneur, Author, Chief Side Hustler at SideHustleNation)

[login to view URL] • "A first-timer's guide to hiring a VA. Free up your time, save your sanity, and focus on what's more important."

(COURSE) How to Dominate Freelancing on Upwork (2017)

Udemy (Joe Parys Academy)

[login to view URL] • "Win the jobs you want, and earn big on freelancer websites"

(COURSE) Freelance Bootcamp - The Comprehensive Guide to Freelancing Online (2017)

Udemy (Jordan Hudgens - CTO at devCamp)

[login to view URL] • "Learn how to build a profitable freelance business completely from scratch and gain the tools needed to succeed"

(COURSE) Seth Godin's Freelancer Course (2017)

Udemy (Seth Godin - Best-selling Author)

[login to view URL] • "Become Remarkable, Find Better Clients, and Do Work That Matters"

(COURSE) Outsourcing and Remote Teams - Getting Started (2017)

Udemy (Adam Maddison - Outsourcing Consultant)

[login to view URL] • "A getting started guide to outsourcing online, and setting up a team of remote workers"

(COURSE) Understanding SWOT Analysis in 30 Minutes (2017)

Udemy (Ilya Eremenko - Business Analyst Professional)

[login to view URL] • "Learn every aspect of SWOT analysis and how you can apply it to real-world problems!"

(COURSE) The Essential Guide to Entrepreneurship by Guy Kawasaki (2017)

Udemy (Guy Kawasaki - Chief Evangelist at Canva)

[login to view URL] • "Learn from an entrepreneur and investor how to launch a company with confidence and avoid common pitfalls"

(COURSE) Create Your First Profitable Online Business (2017)

UDemy (KC Tan - Online Business Coach, Small Business Owner)

[login to view URL] • "Join this introductory course to learn the 5 types of online businesses you can start and the costly mistakes to avoid! "

(COURSE) Entrepreneurship: The Making of a Great Entrepreneur (2017)

Udemy (Jack Delosa - Founder & CEO of The Entourage, Entrepreneur, Author, Investor)

[login to view URL] • "Learn how shifting your mindset and adopting these 7 core characteristics will make you a successful entrepreneur"

(COURSE) Understanding Typescript (2017)

Udemy (Maximilian Schwarzmüller - Professional Web Developer and Instructor)

[login to view URL] • "Don't limit the Usage of Typescript to Angular 2! Learn the Basics, its Features, Workflows and how to use it!"

(COURSE) How to Become a Popular Vlogger and Make Videos People Love (2018)

Udemy (Kola Olaosebikan - Online Business Owner)

[login to view URL] • "The Ultimate and Really Easy Guide for Begineers on YouTube."

(COURSE) Instagram Marketing | Grow Your Audience with Instagram (2018)

Udemy (Blackbrick (Join over 30,000 students) | The ultimate online courses)

[login to view URL] • "The Ultimate Instagram Course 2018 - Start Growing your Instagram Page Today With This Easy Guide" How to Become a Popular Vlogger and Make Videos People Love

(COURSE) Twitter Absolute Basics (2018)

Udemy (Andrew Knowles - Social Media Trainer and Consultant)

[login to view URL] • "An introduction to Tweeter and tweeting"

(COURSE) Twitter for Business: Attract 200+ Lifelong Customers a Day! (2018)

Udemy (Benjamin Wilson - Entrepreneur and Marketing Innovator)

[login to view URL] • "Twitter: Optimize Your Profile, Learn Best Practices and Attract 200+ Genuine and Targeted Twitter followers every Day."

(COURSE) Personal Branding - Be Seen as a Celebrity (2018)

Udemy (Alex Genadinik - Love helping you succeed: 100,000 students and 100 courses))

[login to view URL] • "Personal branding course: be seen as a celebrity and authority in your industry."

(COURSE) Growth Hacking: Free Tools for Small Business Owners (2018)

UDemy (Nathalie Chantal de Ahna - Serial Online Entrepreneur | Author | Udemy Instructor )

[login to view URL] • "FREE growth-hacking strategies, tools and hacks for small business owners, start-ups and kitchen table entrepreneurs"

(COURSE) Sales and Marketing for Online Businesses (2018)

Udemy (Mike M. Burke - Entrepreneur, Small Business Owner, Actor, Writer, Filmmaker)

[login to view URL] • "A comprehensive guide to building an online business and marketing in order to gain traffic and ultimately sales."

(COURSE) Personal Branding: Path to Become a Top 1% Thought Leader (2018)

Udemy (Alex Genadinik - Love helping you succeed: 100,000 students and 100 courses).

[login to view URL] • "Professional personal branding and thought leadership: become a thought leader in your industry or business niche."

(COURSE) Branding Your Business (2018)

Udemy (Mikael Baggström - Music Composer | Sound Designer )

[login to view URL] • "Define, Create and Communicate your Branding Profile."

(COURSE) Copyright Myths - Public Domain, Fair Use, Creative Commons (2018)

Udemy (Logan Susnick - Audio/Video Professional, CELTA Certified English Instructor)

[login to view URL] • "Quickly learn how to use other people's materials SAFELY and avoid getting yourself into legal trouble."

(COURSE) Build a Popular and Powerful Business or Professional Brand Online (2018)

Udemy (Justine Hoss - Entrepreneur)

[login to view URL] • "Start a business or personal brand online, establish your authority, and become a star blogger."

(COURSE) The Lean Startup Talk at Stanford E-Corner (2018)

Udemy (Eric Ries - Author)

[login to view URL] • "Debunking myths of entrepreneurship a startup is not a 'doll house' version of a large enterprise"

(COURSE) 22 Work from Home or Work While Traveling Business Ideas (2018)

Udemy (Alex Genadinik - Love helping you succeed: 100,000 students and 100 courses)

[login to view URL] • "Online business course: 22 unique business ideas considered lifestyle or laptop business you can work and travel."

(COURSE) Start Selling Website Domains from Home (2018)

Udemy (Vitaly Geyman (MBA) - Business Coach)

[login to view URL] • "A Simple direct method for working from home selling domains."

(COURSE) Entrepreneurship - From Idea to Launch (2018)

Udemy (Dr. Jeff Cornwall - Professor of Entrepreneurship / Author )

[login to view URL] • "This entrepreneurship course explains the process from creation of an idea to successful launch of a new venture."

(COURSE) Earn Passive Income by Working from Home with Google Adsense (2018)

Udemy (Tod Vachev - Best Selling Instructor 50,000+ Students, Robotics Engineer)

[login to view URL] • "Work from home on your computer anytime or anyplace and earn passive income through Google Adsense!"

(COURSE) Work from Home - 5 Ways To Start A Successful Home Business (2018)

Udemy (Dave Espino - Be successful today with proven, real-world strategies).

[login to view URL] • "Discover the top 5 legitimate full-time businesses that you can do right now from the comfort of your home."

(COURSE) Analysis of Everyday Things (2018)

Udemy (Brian Dickinson - President & CEO)

[login to view URL] "A look at how the old ways of doing things get perpetuated causing us problems today."

(COURSE) Personal Branding - How to Improve Your Image in 30 Days (2018)

Udemy (Silviu Marisk - Udemy Instructor Teaching 15 Courses and 47,000+ Students)

[login to view URL] • "How to craft your own personal brand and show the world your best true self! Personal Branding Skyrocket!"

(COURSE) #1 Way to Rank in Google SEO: Link Building (Backlinks) (2018)

Udemy (Alex Genadinik - Love helping you succeed: 100,000 students and 100 courses)

[login to view URL] • "Get amazing backlinks by using publicity and other creative SEO link building strategies."

(COURSE) Marketing Strategy to Reach 1,000,000! SEO and Social Media (2018)

Udemy (Alex Genadinik - Love helping you succeed: 100,000 students and 100 courses)

[login to view URL] • "Cutting edge SEO, social media marketing strategies, growth hacking to reach 1,000,000 using online digital marketing"

(COURSE) SEO Tutorial for Beginners (2018)

Udemy (Daragh Walsh - Join 300,000+ Students in My Best Selling Courses!))

[login to view URL] • "Learn the basics to SEO Optimize Your Site, Get to the Top of Google and Increase Sales"

(COURSE) SEO Training (2018)

Udemy (Eric Schwartzman - Multidisciplinary Team Leader)

[login to view URL] • "SEO online training from the top-rated social media training provider. Google SEO training course for computer and mobile"

(COURSE) 2018 Blog Blueprint: How To Turn Blogging Into a Career (2018)

Udemy (Daniel Boehm - Entrepreneur, Professional Blogger, World Traveler)

[login to view URL] • "The A-Z guide that will hold your hand to making a career through blogging and building a successful online business."

(COURSE) Improve Your Web Design Experience with SquareSpace (2018)

Udemy (David Di Franco - Experienced Content Creator)

[login to view URL] • "Featuring 25 video tutorials to help enhance your Squarespace experience, powered by Squarespace Summit."

(COURSE) Devtools Pro: The Basics of Chrome Developer Tools (2018)

Udemy (Rocco Balsamo - Founder at Simmer.io)

Rocco Balsamo (Founder at [login to view URL]) [login to view URL] • "A Quick Start Guide to Editing Live Web Pages"

(COURSE) React Basic in Just 1 Hour (2018)

Udemy (Leo Trieu - Founder at Code4Startup)

[login to view URL] • "The quick guide to learn basic concepts and workflow of how to build React app"

(COURSE) Graphic Design - An Overview of the Field (2018)

Udemy (Mason G - Designer and Art Director)

[login to view URL] • "A survey course that explores nine graphic design specialties"

(COURSE) Beginners Guide to Outsourcing a Home Business (2018)

Udemy (Tico Smith - Instructor)

[login to view URL] • "Learn how to grow your home business smarter, faster and easier than before."

(COURSE) Pricing Your Services: Conquer the Five Pitfalls (2018)

Udemy (Gus Prestera - Consultant | instructor | Entrepreneur)

[login to view URL] • "Learn how to develop a pricing system that helps you overcome common pricing pitfalls."

International Scholarship Recipient (2002)

Elizabethown College, Elizabethtown, PA (USA)

2002-2006 • Scholarship granted by Elizabethtown College to an international student consisting on half of the tuition expenses.

Academic Excellence Award Recipient (2005)

Elizabethown College, Elizabethtown, PA (USA)

• Award given to a student that attains a GPA of 3.5 or higher in a semester.

Exceeding Expectations Award Nomination (2007)

Elizabethown College, Elizabethtown, PA (USA)

• Award given by the Elizabethtown College Campus Life Council which recognizes the achievements of a senior student who has faced challenges and overcome difficult life circumstances to pursue an education.

Faculty / Outstanding Senior Project Award Recipient (2007)

Elizabethown College, Elizabethtown, PA (USA)

Computer Engineering Applications using National Instruments LabVIEW • Award given by the Elizabethtown College’s Physics and Engineering Department which recognizes the professional potential of a student from the results and development of his/her senior project.

Expert Notation – C++ (2014)

Smarterer / Pluralsight

• A designation awarded to the top scorers in the examination (Top 5% Worldwide)

Master Level Notation – C Fundamentals Examination (2014)

Brainbench

• Special notation awarded to the highest percentile of scorers of all times for the examination (Top 8% Worldwide)

Master Level Notation – C++ Fundamentals Examination (2014)

Brainbench

• Special notation awarded to the highest percentile of scorers of all times for the examination (Top 3% Worldwide)

Master Level Notation – C Examination (2014)

Brainbench

• Special notation awarded to the highest percentile of scorers of all times for the examination (Top 1% Worldwide)

Master Level Notation – C++ Examination (2014)

Brainbench

• Special notation awarded to the highest percentile of scorers of all times for the examination (Top 15% Worldwide)

(RECOGNITION) Top-Rated Freelancer Badge (2017)

Upwork

• This status is given to the best freelancers on the site that use the platform with a given frequency. Offering services through multiple platforms and directly to clients, without a platform, has produced an extended period of inactivity. This resulted in the status taken away since the success score cannot be calculated without a minimum number of hours/contracts during a period. But it will be recovered.

(ASSESSMENT) Programming with C++ Test/Certification (2011)

ExpertRating Solutions

• Scores: Percentile: 91-96%*, GPA: 3.1, Score: 76/100 *As in Sep 2011: Percentile values denote the percentage of candidates who have scored less in this test. Note that the percentile value is likely to change in the future with future test-takers.

(ASSESSMENT) C Level 3 (Highest Level) (2014)

Freelancer.com

• Scores: Percentile: Top 27%, Score: 85/100 in level 3 testing.

(ASSESSMENT) C++ Level 3 (Highest Level) (2014)

Freelancer.com

• Scores: Percentile: Top 6%, Score: 90/100 in level 3 testing.

(ASSESSMENT) Python Level 1 (2015)

Freelancer.com

• Scores: Percentile: Top 11%, Score: 83/100 in level 1 testing.

(ASSESSMENT) C (Proficient) (2014)

Smarterer / Pluralsight

• Scores: Percentile: Top 23%, Score: 680/800

(ASSESSMENT) C++ (Expert) (2014)

Smarterer / Pluralsight

• Scores: Percentile: Top 5%, Score: 760/800

(ASSESSMENT) Programming with C++ (2014)

Upwork

• Scores: Percentile: Top 10%, Score: 3.75/5.00

(ASSESSMENT) Programming with C (2014)

Upwork

• Scores: Percentile: Top 9%, Score: 3.90/5.00

(ASSESSMENT) C++ Programming (2014)

Upwork

• Scores: Percentile: Top 11%, Score: 4.25/5.00

(ASSESSMENT) C Programming (2014)

Upwork

• Scores: Percentile: Top 5%, Score: 4.75/5.00

(ASSESSMENT) Python (2015)

Upwork

• Scores: Percentile: Top 19%, Score: 4.05/5.00

(ASSESSMENT) C Fundamentals (Master's level notation awarded) (2014)

Brainbench

• Scores: Percentile: Higher than 92% from all previous exam takers, score: 4.53/5.00

(ASSESSMENT) C++ Fundamentals (Master's level notation awarded) (2014)

Brainbench

• Scores: Percentile: Higher than 97% from all previous exam takers, score: 4.76/5.00

(ASSESSMENT) C (Master's level notation awarded) (2014)

Brainbench

• Scores: Percentile: Higher than 99% from all previous exam takers, score: 4.28/5.00

(ASSESSMENT) C++ (Master's level notation awarded) (2014)

Brainbench

• Scores: Percentile: Higher than 85% from all previous exam takers, score: 4.34/5.00

(ASSESSMENT) C++11 (Master's level notation awarded) (2014)

Brainbench

• Scores: Percentile: Higher than 92% from all previous exam takers, score: 4.44/5.00

Julkaisut

2006 Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition Design Report: Wunderbot III

ASSOCIATION FOR UNMANNED VEHICLE SYSTEMS INTERNATIONAL (AUVSI) 14th Annual Intelligence Ground Vehicle Competition 2006 Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition Design Report: Wunderbot III 2006 Yeager, Thomas, Brian Moran, Justin Shade, Shade Rosencrane, David Coleman, Arindam Kanjilal, Amlan Banerjee, James Painter and Juan P. Rodriguez • Autonomous Ground Vehicle Design report presented at the IGVC as a requirement for the competition.

ISO C11 Standard

SCHWEITZER ENGINEERING LABORATORIES (SEL), Pullman, Washington (USA) Weekly R&D Update ISO C11 Standard Jan 12 Rodriguez, Juan P. • Article describing the new features, changes, and improvements of the ISO C 11 Programming Language.

Library Fat Trimming Using Templates

SCHWEITZER ENGINEERING LABORATORIES (SEL), Pullman, Washington (USA) Weekly R&D Update Apr 12 Rodriguez, Juan P. • This article describes modern C++ template techniques and concepts to reduce the memory footprint of a library under specific circumstance, based on experimentation and data of different compilers.

Notes about ISO C++11:Move Semantics...Fast Got Faster

SCHWEITZER ENGINEERING LABORATORIES (SEL), Pullman, Washington (USA) Weekly R&D Update Rodriguez, Juan P. Notes about ISO C++11: Move Semantics...Fast Got Faster...and Leaner Oct 12 Rodriguez, Juan P. • This article introduced move semantics. Departs from the unnecessary copying issues existing in pre-C++11 versions of the language to justify the addition of move semantics. It also describes Return Value Optimization (RVO) and copy elision compiler optimizations.

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