During the final semester of my Bachelor of Commerce, I filled a mandatory elective slot with the Introduction to Computer programming within Memorial's computer science faculty.
This course served as a catalyst into my interest in software development. After graduating directly into the beginning of the covid pandemic, I dedicated the spare time I had while the job market recovered into self-teaching myself the basic concepts of OOP by developing in Java.
Although I withdrew from the program in December of 2021 due to changes in my finances, I still pressed on in self-teaching to accrue more knowledge through practically applying myself in developing personal projects. Through my persistence, I am confident I can bring value to your organization as a Junior Developer.
years of experience
The Technologies I love
What I've Been Up To
Assessment Processing Officer @Gov of Canada2020-Present | 290 Empire Avenue
- Executed comprehensive reviews related to fraudulent activity on taxpayer accounts
- Applied fiscal eligibility criteria to make approval decisions for federal level benefit programs
- Elected by senior management to mentor new employees into the Identity Protection Services program
Student @Get Coding NL2021-2022 | Online
- Collaboration with senior members in St. John's local tech environment to learn through practical application of skills
- Facilitated education in web development, specifically React / Node.js
- Focus in React / Node.js
Bachelor of Commerce (Co-op) @MUN2015-2020 | Memorial University of Newfoundland
- Pursued work placements in all sectors: Private, Public, and Not-for-profit
- Completed accounting major