I'm a fifth-year Software Engineering major at Rochester Institute of Technology. In addition to a BS in Software Engineering, I am minoring in Web Design & Development and Computing Security. I have a ton of experience in full-stack development, and I'm currently leading the relaunch of a political polling startup as I take my last year of classes.
I'm looking for full time work starting summer of 2020
- Fourth year student at Rochester Institute of Technology
- Bachelors of Science in Software Engineering 2020
- Member of the RIT Honors Program
- Minors - Web Development and Computing Security
- GPA – 3.4
- Volunteer at at RIT Ambulence
I joined the icitizen team as an engineer, and within a couple of months was effectively leading the product relaunch. I'm responsible for most major technical decisions, lead a small team, and have intimate knowledge of our product. Looking forward to managing the launch this year
I worked on Datto’s (web) portal team. I quickly joined their bi-weekly sprints, and took on the same role as my co-workers. I built, tested and presented a wide assortment of features and bug fixes, and led a small team within the company on a side project. (See FoodTrax).
I worked on Fujifilm’s kiosk team. My work was divided evenly between huge expansions to the kiosk’s analytics reporting system, and minor changes to the embedded JS apps contained within the main application, which were responsible for image and product adjustments.
I established a temporary network and designed and programmed light shows for New York City’s new Kosciuszko Bridge at the request of the Governor’s office and the Department of Transportation. I also revamped the company's outdated product page, adding a product database along with a corresponding product ID generator and selector.
- My Duties included:
- - Development of React webapps to replace Nanometer Lighting's product page. Information about products is located on a flask server in a SQLAlchemy database, hosted on heroku
- - Developing a temporary network on the Kosciuszko Bridge, and the design of months of light shows
- - Miscellaneous networking tasks and the development of a fileserver for the office
I did full-stack development work for Kassen Co., a YCombinator funded startup that created a lab information management system for medical marijuana testing laboratories. Most of my work was developing improvements to report generation across multiple platforms.
Designed and developed a website for a client. Users of the site can create accounts, track people and places they've boycotted, vote on polls, and talk to other users. The project took about a month to complete, and the client is billed monthly for support and hosting costs. (Views expressed on the site are not my own.)
I ran and managed the CS lab for honors students. I maintained the network and computers and handled support requests. I also handled the migration of the lab and network across campus.
I worked in Vendor Risk Management at New York Community Bancorp. I automated some data entry, did some basic web design and helped the company transition from a 20,000 line spreadsheet to an online risk management system.
I was hired by the Garden City Union Free School District to upgrade and replace old computers across 7 schools in the district. This included physical maintenance as well as imaging and networking the new computers.
Designed, implemented and administrated a fully functional network in Kreon’s new factory/office complex in Bethpage, NY.
A project I spearheaded with a bunch of fellow interns while working at Datto. FoodTrax is a service that allows people to find their favorite food trucks in real time using standalone GPS trackers or a mobile app. We’re currently in the process of incorporating and deploying to the Rochester area first, so stay tuned!
A project built over 24 hours at a hackathon. Visualizes music from Spotify or Pandora on Philips Hue smart lights. Future work on this would use Spotify's API, instead of realtime audio processing.
The point of this project was to create a standard API for Philips Hue, LIFX, and Nanoleaf Lights in my apartment. As they all have their own REST API, I created a web server that could act as an intermediary to all 3 APIs.
Cat facts is a fun little python script that will send cat facts to a friend's phone. It uses the catfacts-api to fetch a list of Cat Facts, and uses the twillio web service to send the texts.
I created a web app that prompts for a user's credentials with SweetAlert, and pulls their dining transaction data using RIT's Dining Services API with Selenium with phantomJS. This data is put in a JSON file which is parsed and added into a database created and controled with SQLAlcemy and flask. The data is then requested by a basic webpage through a series of ajax requests and modeled with a series of c3 graphs. The database and site are hosted using Heroku's cloud application platform. The app can be found at http://dining.stefanmarchhart.com