Team Lead/Anchor - Cloud Foundry Buildpacks @ Pivotal, Inc.
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) @
Columbia University in the City of New York
My name is James Wen and I'm currently a Software Engineer at Pivotal. I recently graduated from Columbia College with a major in Computer Science (Software Systems track). I love to attend various tech meetups relating to various technologies, startups, Entrepreneurship, and frequently engage in hackathons. A few technical domains I'm currently interested in are Application Development,
My name is James Wen and I'm currently a Software Engineer at Pivotal. I recently graduated from Columbia College with a major in Computer Science (Software Systems track). I love to attend various tech meetups relating to various technologies, startups, Entrepreneurship, and frequently engage in hackathons. A few technical domains I'm currently interested in are Application Development, Distributed Systems, Scalability, Full Stack engineering, Web Services, DevOps, and Monitoring.
Get to know me better at my personal site! http://jamesrwen.com
Also, take a look at my project implementations here: https://github.com/RochesterinNYC
Software Engineer @ Develops on Pivotal Cloud Foundry and the Cloud Foundry open-source project From August 2015 to Present (5 months) Greater New York City AreaTechnical Team Lead @ - ￼￼￼Educate and maintain a team of junior developers while preserving a high standard of software quality
- ￼Design technical architecture of the following SPC products: http://coursesatcu.com, http://printatcu.com
- ￼￼￼Develop continuous integration pipelines, testing guidelines, and documentation procedures for SPC developers From September 2014 to May 2015 (9 months) Greater New York City AreaTeaching Assistant @ - Hold weekly office hours, answer student inquiries through Piazza and email, grade problem sets, programming assignments, and midterms/finals
W1004: Intro to Computer Science and Programming in Java (Fall 2013)
- Course covers fundamental concepts of computer science, algorithmic problem-solving capabilities, and introductory Java programming skills
W3134: Data Structures in Java (Spring 2014)
- Course covers data types and structures, programming techniques for processing such structures (sorting and searching, hashing, garbage collection), storage management, and the analysis of algorithms From September 2013 to May 2015 (1 year 9 months) Greater New York City AreaSoftware Engineering Intern @ - ￼￼Created an API and dashboard that aggregates and visualizes metrics & system status for Monetization services
- ￼Developed a prototype for an Oncaller application that provides on-call information for all Spotify teams
￼- Fixed bugs in various Monetization services like the Syncer service that syncs campaign data in Salesforce and Google DFP From June 2014 to August 2014 (3 months) Greater New York City AreaSoftware Engineering Intern @ - Edited and moderated essential e-books for Random House and Harper Collins releases
- Created automated scripts and rake tasks for a variety of tasks like book metadata correction and data aggregation
- Served as the point person for fixing bugs related to Books already in Production and configurating tools for Book Production team
- Assisted with implementation of User Credit Card storage and utilization for purchases
- Created Teacher-User system complete with end-to-end API, models, test suites, admin tools and user screens
- Produced an ECAASU 2013 Check-in Application used for handling Conference registrants
- Deployed and managed a SQL database to manage Conference and Hotel Registration.
- Managed Committee members and allocated technical and registration-related tasks.
- Established an extensive email forwarding and alias system using GMail and POP settings for all committees
- Recruited SAVE-trained volunteers to perform technical setups and breakdown to save money on technician-related facility costs From March 2012 to February 2013 (1 year) Undergraduate Researcher @ - Screened yeast genes for CisPt sensitivity to determine function in DNA Damage pathways
- Performed yeast dissections, screens, assays, matings, pinning, plasmid transformation, NAT and G418 cassette insertion, etc.
- Utilized Rothstein Lab software and data modules to analyze yeast growth results and synthetic sick and synthetic lethal interactions From December 2011 to December 2012 (1 year 1 month) Server @ - Served up to 50 guests in anywhere from 1-5 theaters simultaneously
- Greeted all guests in a timely and friendly manner
- Possess full knowledge of all menu and bar items
- Take accurate and comprehensive food and beverage orders
- Tended the MacGuffins Bar during bartender shortages From May 2011 to August 2011 (4 months) Waksman Student Scholar @ - Performed basic genetic and molecular chemistry techniques to isolate plasmids with duckweed genes from E. Coli bacteria.
- Utilized DNA Sequence Analysis Program (DSAP) to analyze resulting waveforms.
- Performed NCBI Basic Local Alignment Search Tool (BLAST) queries to determine gene and protein functions.
- Published completely gene and function findings in NCBI databases. From March 2009 to June 2011 (2 years 4 months)
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