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Scott Killeen

Scott Killeen

Software Developer

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
(613) 878-6512

Background


About

About

I am a fourth year student at Queen's university in computer science. I was born and raised in Ottawa, but have always had interest of moving elsewhere. I have a passion for mobile development for both the Windows and Android platforms. I enjoy working on my own personal projects, but would love to apply my skills in the work force.

Work Experience

Work Experience

  • Junior DeveloperCorrectional Service of Canada

    05/01/2016 - 08/28/2016

    The Correctional Service of Canada ( CSC ), as part of the criminal justice system and respecting the rule of law, contributes to public safety by actively encouraging and assisting offenders to become law-abiding citizens, while exercising reasonable, safe, secure and humane control. I worked with a small technical team to develop and maintain software for the Victim Service Officers of Canada.

    • Worked on creating and maintaining a Microsoft Dynamics CRM module

    • Developed and maintained the Victims Portal Website

    • Worked on data migration using SCRIBE

  • Software DeveloperMaxxor

    05/01/2015 - 08/28/2015

    Maxxor is a professional software development company delivering software consulting and software development services to leading companies in South Africa and across the globe. I worked in an Agile/Scrum development environment and helped design android applications as well as writing automated testing scripts.

    • Design, develop and support software applications

    • Perform maintenance of existing code

    • Analyze system architecture and implement solutions based on client specifications

Skills

Skills

  • Strong
    JavaC#Visual StudioUWPAndroid DevHTMLSQLAzureBASH
  • Familiar
    Python.NetNode.jsCSSPHP
Education

Education

  • Computer Science, Bachelor, Queen's University

    Sept, 2013 - May, 2017

    DatabasesLogicSystem Level ProgrammingWeb DevelopmentData StructuresSoftware SpecsDiscrete Mathematics for Computer ScienceLinear AlgebraGeneral PhysicsOperating SystemsProgramming Paradigms
Volunteer Work

Volunteer Work

  • Code the Change, Developers Without Borders

    November 2015

    Took part in a full weekend hackathon in Toronto based on developing a SMS based application to provide solutions in rural Kenya. Our project was a finalist will be implemented in Kenya this year.

  • Queen's Orientation Leader

    September 2014

    I was an orientation leader for the Computing orientation week. I helped run parts of orientation week and made sure the new students adjusted well to their new environment.

Projects

Projects

  • FuelE.co   Microsoft Imagine Cup

    FuelE.co is a universal Windows app that leverages your cars onboard sensors to display real-time and historical fuel efficiency data to drivers with compelling visualizations.

    Mustela   QHacks

    Took part in a 36 hour hackathon at Queens’s university where I worked with 3 others to create a developer tool called Mustela. We created a facial recognition library that can be implemented in to any Android app so that the developer can easily add a facial recognition login to their app. The facial recognition was done with Microsoft’s Face API.

    Snake Planet   

    An Android app I built in my own time for fun to help better learn android development. The app contains a database of different snakes where basic information for each snake can be found. Snake profiles can be searched by name, or by location.

    Max Attack    Game Design Project

    A 2D platform game built for my game design class. The game was built with unity and C#.

References

References