Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (ROT13). Phone: (415) 300-0424.
Led development of Nimbus, a Linux-based operating system for a tablet-based point-of-sale system. Participated in planning and implementation of mechanisms for automated system management at scale. Custom-built Debian packages to automate software deployment, and managed an in-house APT repository to distribute those packages. Wrote a simple physics simulation to implement a natural-looking animation.
Developed computer vision algorithms for cranberry and blueberry sorting machines. Designed and prototyped custom color sensor hardware. Implemented feature extraction algorithms for translating raw sensor data into parameters describing each berry.
Recruited, organized, and led IT infrastructure team which administered and supported Linux and Windows servers and workstations serving a company of 250 employees in offices across southeastern Michigan. Managed a network implemented with Cisco IOS. Formulated and implemented security policies to meet HIPAA and HITECH regulations. Developed a multi-factor authentication system using public-key infrastructure and cryptographic smart card technology.
Completed 79 credits toward a BA in biology, 2008–2011. Earned Dean's List recognition.
An algorithm to generate cryptographic hashes in the form of English sentences, and a Python implementation thereof. <http://darcsden.com/nima/humanhash/>
An expansion of poit, an OpenID endpoint, adding support for authentication via one time password hardware cryptographic tokens.
Mentored high school students in the areas of electical and computer engineering as they designed, built, and programmed a competition robot.
Helped found a community workshop focusing on technology, and served on its Board of Directors. This 'makerspace' was the first of its kind in Ann Arbor, MI. <http://allhandsactive.com/>