For the most part I am self taught, but with a large breadth of knowledge. This leaves me at many times coming to a solution to a problem by reusing something similar from a very different domain. (eg: solve a complex robotics programming problem by instead changing the approach in hardware.)
Highschool: Graduated from Evergreen Highschool 2010, spent a large amount of time as a student of the robotics team, this is where I learned that I enjoyed more the systems programming and computer networking.
Higher Education: Clark Community College 2012-2014, mostly focusing in comp-sci and computer networking (CCNA)
Robotics: Programming; was part of FRC team 2517 "The Green Wrenches" from 2008-2010 as a student, returned after graduation to be the programming mentor. Video and code demos available on email request for examples.
QA: During the spring of 2011 I spent time working as a contractor at VeriTest (subsidiary of LionBridge) testing printers for HP. Here due to the many confusing (and sometimes conflicting) obligations due to being so many steps removed I learned quite an amount about working with policy and procedure. Wrote a decent amount of internal documentation on how to best respond to some very complicated situations.
Networking: I regularly volunteer for the FIRST Tech Challenge as a Field Technical Administrator, here I regularly set up multiple wifi networks and if things must run to schedule I have to keep less than 1% connection failure. So far things have always run to schedule.
Main links: https://github.com/admalledd http://www.reddit.com/user/admalledd http://lnkd.in/b2WnwXq
Python: Designed a plugin based event engine using python decorators and meta-classes. Scalable to hundreds of events and thousands of listeners and still able to dispatch with reasonable speed.
Java/SimpleCronClone: Implemented a micro scripting language for automation inside of the server contexts, handling threading, and calling external programs automatically. Used in conjunction with CraftBukkit with over 2,500 users.
C++/FRC: Team Mentor for FIRST Robotics Competition, acting as a manager coordinating and teaching the four programming students the ground up of source control and issue/feature tracking. Also worked to maintain a dialog between the design team and the programmers to make sure everyone is ((on the same page, wording?)).
Many of the projects I have worked on fall under NDA agreements or private licensing.