Gus Glover//

Education

University of Washington, Seattle // Autumn 2011 – Present

Garfield High School // Autumn 2009 – Spring 2011

Technical Skills

Languages

Proficient in:

  • Java
  • JavaScript

Well-versed in:

  • HTML
  • CSS
  • PHP
  • UNIX Shell Scripting

Exposed to:

  • Python
  • C
  • Scheme
  • SQL

Willing to learn:

  • Anything!

Classes

AP Computer Science++
A high school introduction to object oriented programming taught in Java with an introduction in Scheme. Worked on multiple group projects an ATM simulator with swing and a side-scrolling shooter. Received a 5 on the exam
CSE 143: Introductory Programming II
An introductory programming class at the UW taught in Java. Focused on data structures, inheritance and recursion. Received a 3.9 (within top 25 students out of 500 enrolled) in a notoriously competitive environment.
CSE 311: Discrete Mathematics
Set theory, cryptography, finite state machines, propositional logic, language representation and more.
CSE 351: The Hardware Software Interface
An overview of basic low level computer mechanics. Assembly code analysis, bit representation of floats, integers, arrays, structures. Implemented malloc and free on a simulated heap. Cache accesses and address abstractions and introduction to the call stack.
CSE 154: Web Programming
Broad survey of web technologies including HTML, CSS, Javascript, SQL, and PHP. Weekly website development projects.

Technologies Used

Programs
Git, SVN, Eclipse, Coda 2, Photoshop, GDB
Operating Systems
Linux, OSX
Libraries
JQuery, ImpactJS, Slick2D, LWJGL, Swing

Projects

Currently Working On


Tower Defense Game // January 2012 – Present


1st place project in StudentRND's CodeDay 2013. Programmed entirely in Javascript with ImpactJS. Space + Zombie themed with multiple towers and enemies. GitHub Repo.

Various Small Websites // September 2012 – November 2012


Hosting coming soon!

Java Applet Game // June 2012 – July 2012

Summer project in Java with no external libraries. User creates interactive lines that the ball uses as a path. Utilized serialization to store levels. Extensive use of the Graphics class.

Work Experience

UW Dept. of Occupational and Envr. Health Sciences // July 2012 – Present

McNelis Architects // October 2010 – June 2011

Pacific Studios // July 2011 – September 2011

Volunteer Experience

Nature Consortium // June 2009 – May 2011 (On and off)

Seattle Architecture Foundation // July 2010