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ElliotSchumacher/README.md

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About Me

My name is Elliot Schumacher and I am a recent graduate of the University of Washington (UW) where I studied geographic information systems and web developement. While at the UW, I helped found a coding club called the Husky Coding Project. I am currently looking for an entry-level software engineer position.


Highlighted Projects

HuskyReads: Project Manager and Back-End Team Lead

HuskyReads is a book catologuing website where users can find book information (authors, genres, isbn, etc.) and track which books they plan to read, have already read, and are currently reading. The front-end utilizes React and the backend uses Node.js and a MySQL database.

HuskyReads GitHub Repository

IoT Temperature Monitor: Solo Developer

This project monitors the temperature of one or more environments and alerts the user when an environment's temperature is outside the user defined bounds. It was created to monitor reptile cages so that pet owners can be immediately notified when their pet's environment is no longer safe and needs to be rectified. It uses a WiFi enabled arduino device to measure temperatures and a Node.js webserver to analyse the measuered temperatures. All alerts are made using IFTTT's alert service.

Arduino Temperature Sensor GitHub Repository

Web Server GitHub Repository


Husky Coding Project

The Husky Coding Project is a University of Washington RSO created to provide students with experiences that simulate internships. We accomplish this goal by facilitating the creation of student-led group projects where students can create meaningful, and larger-scale applications that they can show-off while job-hunting. As a club leader, I have mentored multiple of these groups and focused on project idea brainstorming, project specification creation, and code developement. In addition to mentoring, I have worked as an HCP education team lead and onboarding team lead. Through these roles I have thoroughly documented HCP's onboarding processes and created and presented 5 workshops covering a wide range of technical topics.

Workshops I Hosted

  1. Docker
  2. Command Line/Linux
  3. Git
  4. Technical Resume
  5. Technical Interview Question

Pinned

  1. hcp-uw/huskyreads hcp-uw/huskyreads Public archive

    First coding project for HCP

    JavaScript 5 2

  2. listener listener Public

    JavaScript 1

  3. temp_sensor temp_sensor Public

    C++ 1

  4. screeps screeps Public

    JavaScript 1