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Carlos Macasaet
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  • C/C++ and Java programming languages.
  • Object Oriented Design, UML, Refactoring, XP Programming.
  • Relational database design and SQL. Experience with Oracle, PostgreSQL and MySQL.
  • UNIX Operating Systems: SunOS, Mac OS X, Linux (Redhat, Debian), BSD.
  • Microsoft Windows Operating Systems: Windows NT/2000/XP.
  • Server Technologies: Apache, Postfix, PHP, CGI.

Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, MD
Bachelor of Science, Computer Science, July 2005

  • Recipient: Computer Science Special Service/Contribution Award, May 2005

Code Migration – Northern Trust Chicago, IL – January 2003 and summer 2003

  • Worked with application developers to provide a testing environment and migrated completed applications into production.
  • Created a system to automate tracking of software licenses and users.

Information Technology – Johns Hopkins University Language Lab Baltimore, MD – May 2002 to May 2005

  • Developed an online registration system for the HSK, a standardised Chinese language exam issued nation-wide on behalf of the Chinese government.
  • Work with language instructors to provide audiovisual learning and testing materials for students.
  • Manage websites for the lab as well as for various language instructors.
  • Aid students and faculty in using the computer facilities.
  • Fix hardware and software problems and manage computer infrastructure to assure that services are always available for students both inside the lab as well as remotely.

Systems Administrator – JHU Association for Computing Machinery – May 2002 to May 2004

  • Maintained computers for the lab and administered the general-purpose server used by current members and alumni.
  • Provided services such as web hosting and mailing lists for student groups on campus.

Chair – JHU Association for Computing Machinery – May 2004 to May 2005

  • Organised local and regional programming contests as part of the Association for Computing Machinery International Programming Contest.
  • Foster community among students interested in computing by planning activities such as peer-teaching sessions, guest speakers and group projects.

Piano Student – Peabody Institute
Martial Arts – Taught Soo Bahk Do Fall 2001 to Spring 2002 at the Johns Hopkins University. Studied Soo Bahk Do at the Johns Hopkins University.