Hi, my name is Dino. I am a software developer (in training) and student (semi-professional) of Computer Science at Stony Brook University. This is the part of the "About Me" page where I tell you something you have never read on an "About Me" page of a Computer Science major before; I like to code and to tinker with things. It started at a young age when I would take apart and "put back together" toys gifted to me. Much to the "delight" of my parents, it wasn't long before I moved on to electronics. Going into this field seemed obvious to me. Outside of Computer Science, my hobbies include playing basketball with my friends and reading. Lately I have developed an interest in Economics, and have been trying to read books to become knowledgeable in that subject. I also like to weightlift and travel. I am currently working on my Computer Science degree and am seeking experience in the industry. I offer a worker and team member who has a great willingness to learn, and is able to work well by himself along with being able to work well with others as a team. Along with getting valuable experience, I will strive to add value to your department and to your company.
Work & Volunteer Experience
|May 2016 - May 2017||Early Morning Flow Team Member at Target|
|Responsibilities included keeping merchandise organized and accessible, helping drive sales by pulling merchandise quickly and accurately, placing items on shelves and sales floor, and assisting customers with any inquiries they may have.|
|June 2014 - August 2014||Volunteer at United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)|
|Responsibilities included making excel spreadsheets recording United Nations’ various programs in Africa and the Middle East; and documenting the inventory of the tools this office sends its correspondents which included demining equipment, satellite phones, and safety equipment.|
|July 2012 - August 2012||Volunteer at Forest Hills Hospital (North Shore-LIJ Health System)|
| Positions Included:
- Assistant at the Outpatient Surgery Front Desk
- Assistant at the Diabetic Care Unit
Responsibilities included handling patient paperwork, answering the phone, handling new patients coming in, relaying the status of patients to their relatives, delivering lab samples, and entering patient data into a database.
|August 2015 – Present|| Stony Brook University
Computer Science Major
|August 2013 – May 2015|| University at Albany
Computer Science Major
|September 2009 – June 2013|| Brooklyn Technical High School
Software Engineering Major
Analyzer tool that takes in a Twitter network (Twitter accounts and the accounts they follow) and provides various statistics about it.
Application made for a CS class that allows you to create and edit UML Diagrams. Future features will include the ability to export into Java code.
Hangman-type game. Current game modes include guessing State and European capitals given the name of a State or European country.