Level 99: Good, but there is no cap on the levels of life.
Programming Languages
-C/C++, Swift, Objective-C, Java (Android), Go, PHP, OpenCV, OpenMPI, Java, Matlab, Basic, Bash Scripting, Svn, Git, Jira
Your first question is always,
What is your favorite language?
and of course its C.
System Experience
-Windows, Linux, IOS(Cisco), Android, and Apple iOS and OSX
Apple IOS is much more fun, but has nothing on Cisco's IOS when it comes to routing.
Penetration Testing
-Backtrack, Aircrack-ng, Airmagnet, Wireshark, Metasploit Framework, Signature Analysis and Creation
Here be Dragons, so DON'T enter the darknet.
-PCB Layout, Soldering/Desoldering (SMS,Through Hole, and Reflow).
Go with the flow.
College is a refuge from hasty judgment.

Why not take advantage of it?
Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering | Georgia Institute of Technology
I'm a Ramblin' Wreck from Georgia Tech, and a hell of an engineer
A helluva, helluva, helluva, helluva, hell of an engineer.
Like all the jolly good fellows, I drink my whiskey clear.
I'm a Ramblin' Wreck from Georgia Tech and a hell of an engineer.

Oh! If I had a daughter, sir, I'd dress her in White and Gold,
And put her on the campus to cheer the brave and bold.
But if I had a son, sir, I'll tell you what he'd do
He would yell, 'To hell with Georgia!' like his daddy used to do.

Oh, I wish I had a barrel of rum and sugar three thousand pounds,
A college bell to put it in and a clapper to stir it round.
I'd drink to all the good fellows who come from far and near.
I'm a ramblin', gamblin', hell of an engineer!
August 2009-August 2012
Only 3 years give or take a few days.
Next lifetime I'll take my time.
Specializing in telecommunications and security.
Subject Hours Topic
Fall 2009 CS 1371 3 Matlab
ENGL 1101 3 English Composition II
15 Hours HPS 1040 2 Health
MATH 1502 4 Calculus II
PHYS 2213 3 Modern Physics
Spring 2010 CS 1373 3 C Programming
ECE 2025 4 Intro-Signal Processing
17 Hours ECE 2030 3 Intro to Computer Engr
ENGL 1102 3 English Composition II
MATH 2401 4 Calculus III
Fall 2010 COE 2001 2 Statics
ECE 2031 2 Digital Design Lab
17 Hours ECE 2040 3 Circuit Analysis
ECE 3076 3 Computer Communications
MATH 2401 4 Differential Equations
ECON 2100 3 Economics and Policy
Spring 2011 CHEM 1310 4 General Chemistry
ECE 3040 4 Microelectronic Circuits
17 Hours ECE 3041 2 Instrument Circuits Lab
ECE 3090 4 C/C++ Programming
ECE 4607 3 Mobile Wireless Networks
Fall 2011 ECE 3025 3 Electromagnetics
ECE 3042 2 Micro Circuit Lab
19 Hours ECE 4110 4 Internetwork Programming
ECE 4605 4 Adv. Internetworking
ECE 4893 3 C/C++ Programming
ISYE 3770 3 Statistics
Spring 2012 ECE 3055 4 Comp Arch OS
ECE 4001 2 Engr Practice
20 Hours ECE 4007 4 ECE Design Project
ECE 4112 3 Internetwork Security
ECE 4175 4 Emb Microcontroller
ME 3720 3 Intro-FluidThermal Engr
Summer 2012 HIST 2111 3 United States to 1877
LCC 2500 3 Intro to Film
15 Hours HTS 2100 3 Sci, Tech & Modern World
PHIL 3109 3 Engineering Ethics
PUB 3000 3 US Constitutional Issues
In other words, physical experiences relate to observables. They need not involve modal properties nor mental experiences.
PollyEx Head of Product
| San Francisco, Ca April 2019-Current
PollyEx Exchange
Created a secondary market platform for closed home loans.

Created a realtime secondary market platform for closed home loans.
Salesforce Director of Product
| San Francisco, Ca April 2016- April 2019
Einstein Bots
Einstein Bots uses deep learning AI to understand customers and provide an engaging customer service experience.

Salesforce Iot Cloud
Harness the power of the Internet of Things and turn the data generated by every one of your customers, partners, devices, and sensors into meaningful action. With IoT Cloud you can process massive quantities of data, build business rules with simple, intuitive tools, and engage proactively with customers in real time.
Managed teams creating scalable realtime deep learning NLU Chatbot systems with enterprise grade UX and APIs.
Realm Senior Product Manager
| San Francisco, Ca December 2015-April 2016

Realm (formerly tight.db) is a mobile database that enables its users to develop applications faster, develop applications that are fast, and craft amazing user experiences. Realm is a replacement for SQLite and Core Data. It can save users thousands of lines of code and weeks of work, and lets them craft amazing new user experiences. It is a Y Combinator company, headquartered in San Francisco.
Managed teams for Cocoa (iOS,OSX,WatchOS,TVOS), Java, ReactNative, Xamarin, and C++ releases.
Jobr Senior Product Manager
| San Francisco, Ca January 2015-December 2015

Jobr is a mobile job discovery and matching platform that connects corporate recruiters and hiring managers with a rapidly growing base of talented candidates. Companies can connect with a wide range of hard-to-reach passive, neutral and active candidates who are leaders in their respective fields and have matriculated from top universities.
Managed projects and releases for Android , iOS clients, and a Go backend.
Microsoft Program Manager
| Redmond, WA Sept 2012-January 2015
Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT) is an American multinational corporation headquartered in Redmond, Washington that develops, manufactures, licenses and supports a wide range of products and services related to computing. The company was founded by Bill Gates and Paul Allen on April 4, 1975. Microsoft is the world's largest software maker measured by revenues. It is also one of the world's most valuable companies.

Microsoft was established to develop and sell BASIC interpreters for the Altair 8800. It rose to dominate the personal computer operating system market with MS-DOS in the mid-1980s, followed by the Microsoft Windows line of operating systems. The company's 1986 initial public offering, and subsequent rise in its share price, created an estimated three billionaires and 12,000 millionaires from Microsoft employees. Since the 1990s, it has increasingly diversified from the operating system market and has made a number of corporate acquisitions. In May 2011, Microsoft acquired Skype Technologies for $8.5 billion in its largest acquisition to date.

As of 2012, Microsoft is market dominant in both the PC operating system and office suite markets (the latter with Microsoft Office). The company also produces a wide range of other software for desktops and servers, and is active in areas including internet search (with Bing), the video game industry (with the Xbox and Xbox 360 consoles), the digital services market (through MSN), and mobile phones (via the Windows Phone OS). In June 2012, Microsoft announced that it would be entering the PC vendor market for the first time, with the launch of the Microsoft Surface tablet computer.
Managed projects for Microsoft releases on Apple platforms, including Office for iPad and iphone and OneNote for iOS and OSX
Managed low level implementations of Office for Apple products.

-- Managing commutation with Apple Developers to fix OS level Radar bugs.
-- Driving Sandboxing and App Store adoption of MS Office.
-- Designing Apple specific UI while maintaining the look and feel of MS Office.
-- Developed a Testflight replacement the use Windows Security groups

Drove performance on self-host and retail Windows Phone.

-- Writing functional specifications for features and tools that helped allign Windows Phone with the "One Windows" Vision.
-- Designing and executing a metric collection systems that enabled developers to monitor and debug performance issues on self-host and retail Windows Phones.
Cisco Systems Engineer
| San Jose, CA May 2010-August 2011
Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: CSCO) is an American multinational corporation headquartered in San Jose, California, United States, that designs, manufactures, and sells networking equipment.

Cisco's current portfolio of products and services is focused upon three market segments - Enterprise and Service Provider, Small Business and the Home. The solutions for each market are segmented into Architectures, which form the basis for how Cisco approaches each market.

Corporate market: Enterprise networking and Service Providers
-- Borderless networks: for their range of routers, switches, wireless systems, security systems, WAN acceleration, energy and building management systems and media aware networks.
-- Collaboration: IP video and phones, TelePresence, HealthPresence, Unified Communications, Call Center systems, Enterprise social networks and Mobile applications
-- Datacenter and Virtualization: Unified Computing, Unified Fabric, Data Centre Switching, Storage Networking and Cloud services.
-- IP NGN (Next Generation Networks): High-end routing and switching for fixed and mobile service provider networks, broadcast video contribution/distribution, entitlement and content delivery systems.

Small businesses
-- Routers and switches (including those for networks of smart meters)[35] Security and surveillance: IP cameras, data and network security solutions, etc.
-- Voice and conferencing solutions: VOIP phones and gateway-systems, WebEx, video conferencing
-- Wireless: WiFi Access points
-- Network storage systems

Home user
-- Linksys product line of access points, switches, etc.
-- Broadband: cable modems
Worked on wireless lan controllers and security research for intrusion detection system integration in the Wireless Networking Business Unit.
Some of my work at Cisco included.

-- Programming mobility and security modules for next generation wireless lan controllers.
-- Created and maintained code standards for all WNBU modules.
-- Performing unit testing on daily code updates.
-- Writing scripts to compare available console commands in IOS branches.
-- Executing security audits on inter device communications between IPS systems and WLCs
Network Consultant
| New York, NY 2007-2009
I'm a Cisco fan.

Setup and serviced switched and servers for small businesses in the Greater New York area.
My favorite corporate pitch "maximize the value of your current network infrastructure by identifying risks and opportunities, analyzing approaches, and recommending solutions to optimize your network."

-Juniper Networks
Security Auditor
| New York, NY 2007-2009
The quieter you become, the more you are able to hear.
Performed standard penetration tests and gave security advisement for small businesses in the Greater New York area.
I also maintain a script for automated wep cracking on Google Code
You also may enjoy some of my security lectures where I deminstrate backtrack uses. Coming Soon
Computer Vision Researcher
| New York, NY 2006-2007
Helping robots see whats right in front of them.
Worked on a minimalistic computer vision program at Pace University Robotics Laboratory under the direction of Professor Paul Benjamin.
I worked in a subsystem that could very efficiently pre-classify objects for more specific object recognition software.
Lighting Director
| Great Neck, NY 2007-2009
"The goggles, they do NOTHING"
Designed and setup lights and wiring, programmed and ran a lighting control board at Great Neck Park District's Steppingstone Waterside Theater. Featured such performances as Peter Duchin and Orchestra, Marilyn Michaels and Sha Na Na.
Some of my duties included, physical light deployment, power requirements, control board programming, and overall design and execution.
Stage Crew
| Great Neck, NY 2006-2007
Also called a stationary roadie.
Setup audio equipment at Great Neck Park Districts Steppingstone Waterside Theater.
| 2006-2008
Big Brother Volunteer
| New York, NY 2007-2008
Helped setup and teach Big Brother families about computers.
Math Tutor
| Great Neck, NY 2006-2007
Tutored several 9th and 6th grade students in high school and middle school math.
Research and Awards
Department of Defense SMART Scholarship Award
| Atlanta, GA 2010-2011
Way too much paperwork.
The SMART Scholarship for Service Program has been established by the Department of Defense to support undergraduate and graduate students pursuing degrees in the disciplines of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
Lets just say that they never say anything.
Automated Wired Equivalent Privacy and RC4 Encryption Protection Through 802.11 Wireless Packet Injection
| Great Neck, NY 2008-2009
Simply this is just a standalone WIPs(wireless Intrusion Preservation) system that took an aggressive approach.
-2nd Place, ISEF, Electrical Engineering
| International Science and Engineering Fair Reno, NV
Take a look at the others.
-1st Place and Best in Category, LISEF, Electrical Engineering
| Long Island Science Fair
Fun Fact: Long Island is one of the largest sources for high school based research.
-Finalist, JSHA National Competition
| Junior Science and Humanities Symposia
-2nd Place, JSHA Regional Competition
| Junior Science and Humanities Symposia
So many Power Points.
-United States Air Force
| Certificate of Achievement
Almost joined them once.
-Excellence in Research
| Great Neck North High School
Research in Excellence.
-Nassau County Legislature
| Certificate of Achievement
They wrote a nice letter.
-Club Scholarship Award
| Georgia Tech Alumni Association
Got to interview in the Bloomberg building in NYC. So cool.
-Senator Craig M. Johnson
| Certificate of Recognition
He wrote a nice letter too.
Rapid Generic Object Recognition Through Virtual Environment Mesh Comparison
| Great Neck, NY 2007-2008
Go see research assistant at the top of the page.
-Competition Finalist
| Rohm & Haas
They did not get "it".
-Excellence in Research
| Great Neck North High School
Same old, same old.
-United States Air Force
| Certificate of Achievement
Keeping tabs on the kids.
-Long Island Science Congress
| Participant
-Finalist, LISEF, Electrical Engineering
| Long Island Science Fair
So close but so far.
-Bausch & Lomb
| Science Achievement Award
At least someone liked it.
-Intel Corporation
| Award for Excellence in Computer Science
There was some sexy code that day.