I joined the U.S. Navy when I was 17.
I served my country for 6 years.
I became an algorithm based FOREX trader when I was 23.
I achieved 30% annual growth when I was 25.
I became addicted to Hacking and Computer Science in 2011.
I decided to become a FullStack Web Developer Spring of 2014.
I plan on founding a startup called MERGE by 2025
I lived in Japan for 7 years and speak "friendly" Japanese.
I am an ENTP: Uncompromisingly honest.
I have experience with bleeding edge technologies such as React, React Redux, GraphQL, & React Native, as well as Node.js, Express.js, Angular 1.x, MongoDB, MySQL, PostGress & automated trading algorithms using C++.
I am very comfortable learning brand new libraries & technologies in a very short amount of time.
I currently build a Data-Science infused, Financial Analysis dashboard at Yewno Inc. as well as manage a team of 5 Software Engineers both locally and remote.
Before joining the amazing team at Yewno, I founded a company in Japan called Stackinet LLC. that helped retired military personnel build an online business ranging from Restaraunts ordering to E-Commerce applications.
In the Navy I personally oversaw a $1.4 million budget of electronic testing equipment which was directly responsible for maintaing USS John S. McCain DDG-56's readiness for real world operations in the Asian Pacific Theater.
I directly supervised 14 petty officers, delegating authority, verifying maintenance procedures, and directly answering to the Commanding Officer. I personally qualified superior Naval Officers and Chief Petty Officers on matters of Combat Response procedures for war time situations with respect to Navigation & Combat equipment.
I have complete confidence in public speaking roles, answering directly to high ranking Leaders, carrying large amounts of responsibility and effectively leading members of a team.
Coding Students Mentored
Petty Officers Supervised
Over the last 5 and a half years, I've averaged 30% annual growth in my FOREX & Crypto Currency trading accounts.
In the military I received 4 letters of personal commendation from 3 different Admirals, and 10 medals during my Naval Service.
In High School I maintained a 4.5 GPA, and continued to earn 90% or better during my Higher Education studies. I very much enjoy learning new concepts. This wasn't always the case. However at an early age I learned "How to Learn" and since then, I am constantly seeking new ways to absorb fascinating concepts on a very deep level.
· I tend to over-obsess and sometimes pay too much attention to details which can lead to high quality but sometimes slowness.
To assist myself, I consistently try to implement agile methodologies with set sprint deadlines. Big fan of ScrumDo.
· I feel that most meetings are a waste of time.
To encourage myself to engage, I try to point out weaknesses in plans and procedures and most importantly, provide possible solutions.
· I tend to talk a lot, and sometimes provide copious amounts of un-needed detail when reporting on a job or task.
To assist myself, I have recently, conciously, added phrases to my vocabularly like "So my point is..." & "I said all that to say..."
% Annual Growth
5.5 Year average
& Letters of Commendation
Full-Stack Software Engineer building a Financial Dashboard infused with Data Science Analytics.
Co-Founder and CTO of a Turn-Key technology solutions company assisting retired veterans build smart businesses.
Manage 2 personal accounts using C++ based algorithms to automatically enter and exit trades on the Forex Exchange (FX) markets.
Pairs Traded · GBP/JPY · GBP/NZD · EUR/NZD
Served at Commander Submarine Group 7 for 3.5 years (2012-2016) as "Admirals Personal VTC Coordinator"
Served onboard USS John S. McCain DDG-56 for 4 years (2009 - 2012) as "Navigation Equipment Supervisor" & "Test Equipment Supervisor."
In the summer of 2017, I will return to College. By Spring of 2020 I plan on transfering to UC Berkeley and achieve a Bachelors of Science in Computer Science.
Completed 43 Credits for a Bachelors of Science in Computer Animation.
Left the program due to lack of quality in the teaching.
PSYCH 101: Introduction to Psychology
JAPN 100: Introduction to Japanese
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