TROJAN BULLS / JOHNSON C. SMITH - BESmart Hackathon

TROJAN BULLS / JOHNSON C. SMITH

EPPS DUKES

Johnson C. Smith University · ATTENDED TCX 2017
“I am seeking a career where I can use my skills and knowledge to gain experience to be a part of a successful company, and to display my work efficiently. I am in the military and pursuing a bachelor’s degree focused on Information Systems Engineering with a minor in cyber security from Johnson C. Smith University. I expect to graduate in May 2018.”

JUAN CONTRERAS

Johnson C. Smith University · ATTENDED TCX 2017
“Hi, my name is Juan Contreras, a senior studying computer engineering at JCSU. My experience with hacking and app development includes the CS courses I’ve taken at JCSU, a six-week CS program held by Google focusing on the use of various date structures and algorithms, and an internship with Bank of America where I was placed on a team that continuously assessed the security and risks of several applications.”

EHIJE I. IDEHENRE

Johnson C. Smith University · ATTENDED TCX 2017
I have experience with database manipulation, code analysis and best programming practices, with Java, which I gained during an internship over the summer. In addition to that, I have taken several programming courses here at JCSU and am currently creating an app for my senior project.

JESUS IZQUIERDO

Johnson C. Smith University · ATTENDED TCX 2017
My name is Jesus Izquierdo. I began to learn how to code the summer of 2016, so I have a little of over a year of programming experience. This summer I was a Teachers’ Assistant(TA) for Google’s Computer Science Summer Institute that was held at Johnson C. Smith University, which taught the basics of Web development to incoming students. Currently, I am a TA for CSC 241- Intro to Computer Programming which teaches students the basics on Java programming. I have worked on several projects since I started coding, but my biggest project is and android application, which I have been developing for some time now using android studio. The application is called DebateThis, it is a social media application intended to expose users to both sides of an argument/topic with the hope of broadening their perception on specific topics(https://github.com/Jesusfi/DebateThis).