August Valera

Undergraduate Teaching Assistant (Course Tutor) at Computer Science Dept, UC Santa Cruz
San Francisco, CA, United States
Frameworks:
Android Development, css, GIT
Education:
University of California, Santa Cruz
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Technical Skills
Expertise
Backend Development, Frontend Development, Quality Assurance, UX
Frameworks
Android Development, css, GIT
Work Experience
Undergraduate Teaching Assistant (Course Tutor)
Computer Science Dept, UC Santa Cruz
Apr 2015 - Present (3 years and 2 months)
• Independently facilitated lab sections • Lectured and assisted students in their C/Java assignments • Graded homework, assignments and final exams • Classes: Intro Programming (CMPS 5J), Intro Java (CMPS 11), Java Programming (CMPS 12A), Data Structures (CMPS 12B/M), Abstract Datatypes (CMPS 101), Algorithm Analysis (CMPS 102)
Orientation Leader
Crown College, UC Santa Cruz
Aug 2015 - Sep 2016 (1 year and 2 months)
• Facilitated Welcome Week at Crown College, UCSC • Assisted students in moving in • Familiarized students and family with campus resources • Planned and executed events.
Projects
Storefront by Fence
Sep 2016 - Dec 2016 (4 months)
Proof of concept webapp for facilitating peer to peer sales within close geographical radius. Implemented Google OAuth sign in, Google Maps API location display, web2py web framework, vue.js javascript libraries, HTML/CSS, and PythonAnywhere hosting. Produced with Agile project management (scrum) over three sprints, GitHub collaboration, Slack communication, Waffle.io task management, for a senior project.
Auto Garden
Jan 2016 - Present (2 years and 5 months)
Microcontroller garden monitor for effective water savings and maximal plant growth, developed for the HACK UCSC 2016 hackathon. Team members configured hardware for the device, including Zigbee communications to a computer host, wrote firmware in C, python backend to upload data to Firebase.io web database systems, and developed a webapp in Angular.JS and hosted on GitHub Pages to display data and send control signals to the device. This full stack project was completed in under 48 hours from scratch (excluding prebuilt libraries).
Education
University of California, Santa Cruz
Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Computer Engineering
2013
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