Eddie Antonio Santos

Résumé

Computer programmer based in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Education

MSc. Computing Science

University of Alberta
January 2016– Expected: September 2017

BSc. Computing Science

University of Alberta
September 2010–December 2015

Technical Skills

Programming languages

  • Python
  • JavaScript
  • C
  • Erlang
  • Ruby
  • Java
  • Scala
  • PHP
  • Perl
  • C#
  • R
  • Scheme
  • C++
  • Haskell
  • 6502 Assembly
  • MIPS assembly
Databases

SQL, Redis, MongoDB, SPARQL, ElasticSearch

Editors

Vim, IntelliJ Platform, Atom, Eclipse

OSs

Mac OS X, Ubuntu/Debian Linux, OpenBSD, Other Linux distributions

Version Control

Git, Mercurial

Miscellaneous

Docker, Vagrant

Work Experience

Teaching assistant

September 2016–December 2016
Dr. Abram Hindle
  • Taught CMPUT 301 (Software Engineering), CMPUT 404 (Web Development)

  • Lead demonstrations in software engineering and web development topics

  • Improve quality of lab assignments

  • Mark lab assignments

  • Support and mentor students learning the material

Research assistant

January 2016–August 2016
BioWare ULC
  • Research and develop state-of-the-art methods in crash report deduplication

  • Perform experiments and empirical evaluations of technologies

  • Implement production-quality implementations of novel algorithms

Lead developer

May 2015–September 2015
Dr. Eleni Stroulia, Patrick von Hauff
  • Collaborate intensively with colleagues in medicine on a virtual patient simulation platform.

  • Research, evaluate, and integrate medical ontologies.

  • Write a web application using PHP, JavaScript (with React)

  • Experiment with databases such as Virtuoso, Neo4j and MongoDB.

  • Support and maintain a legacy PHP web application.

Computing Science tutor

2014–
Self-employed
  • Tutor students in introductory computing science, primarily using C and Python.

  • Establish a relationship with the student based on mutual trust and respect.

  • Proactively find resources that will help the student succeed.

  • Guide students to find the answer for themselves.

  • Promote active thinking rather than rote memorization.

Teaching assistant

2012–2014
University of Alberta
  • Taught SCI 100, Computing Science component

  • Assist students learning Python as their first programming language.

  • Evaluate student coursework.

Lead developer

2013–2014
Dr. Joel Gehman and Dr. Matthew Grimes
  • Write a robust and versatile web crawling service using a variety of technologies including Scrapy, and PhantomJS duck-taped together using an Erlang load-balancer and Redis.

  • Expose the web crawling daemon as a service with a Node.JS web server.

  • Assist in development of the website front-end

  • Configure and maintain custom daemon processes on Ubuntu 12.04 servers.

  • Patch a memory leak in an open source library (MongoDB Erlang Driver) used in a server program.

Web developer

2013
Dr. Denilson Barbosa
  • Create and maintain existing web demos for text processing tools using JavaScript, jQuery, and D3.

  • Develop a database abstraction library in Java for interoperation between our various text processing tools and an assortment of persistence tools (including MongoDB).

  • Develop a simple CoffeeScript Node.js app for bridging the web demos to the text processing tools.

Web developer

2012–2013
Dr. Greg Goss
  • Evaluate the state of a legacy PHP web application and promptly chuck it out (incrementing a database cursor in the middle of template code that generates HTML tables? Ain’t nobody got time for that).

  • Create database migration tools to transition from an SQLite3 database schema to a more maintainable (i.e., normalized) schema.

  • Employ the use of full-text indices for measurably faster text search queries.

  • Design simple, clean CSS for the website.

Web developer

2012
Dr. Davood Rafiei
  • Develop a PHP-backed web game for human computation.

  • Created an MySQL backed real-time system (it’s not really worth it).

  • Linux system administration.

Publications

My OCRID: orcid.org/0000-0001-5337-715X

Hobbies

Ladies Learning Code mentor

Frequent open source contributor

Creator of presentations on several technical topics