Joshua J. Harris
Developer // Designer
Dominion Enterprises2016 - 2016Software Engineer Intern @ ForRent.com
- Implemented migration from Microsoft SQL to Elastic Search using Kafka, Logstash.
- Search API design & development using Java Spring, ELK stack.
- Built in-house query visualization tool using Angular.
Dominion Enterprises2015 - 2016Software Engineer Intern @ ForRent.com
- Email API development using NodeJS, Sendgrid, Redis.
- Built in-house tool to debug email API using Angular.
- Connected new product API to client vendor services using php.
Stinger Ghaffarian Technologies (SGT)2015 - 2015NASA LITES Contract Intern
- Wrote Application Portfolio application for local contractor staff to manage application portfolio data.
- Created Docker Container for the Application Portfolio app and deployed into Amazon Web Services (AWS) Elastic Beanstalk.
- Presented container technologies to contractor staff in brown bag training session.
- Conducted market analysis on virtual reality technologies and made procurement recommendations to NASA Langley CTO.
Old Dominion University2011 - PresentComputer Science, Bachelor of Science
Advanced Technology Center2011 - 2013Software and Game Development, High School Diploma
- Software and Game Development
- Advanced Software and Game Development
Landstown Technology Academy2009 - 2013Information Technology, Technology Academy/Advanced Studies High School Diploma
- Intro to Information Technology
- Intro to Web Development
- Oracle Database Management and Administration
- Advanced Computer Science
- Cloud Services
- Amazon Web Services
- Adobe Photoshop
- Sketch App
- Graphic Design
- UI / UX
WHRO Public Media2017 - PresentGCC Volunteer (Monitor)
I volunteered to help during the 32nd annual Great Computer Challenge, organized by WHRO and held at Old Dominion University. I competed in this event twice during high school and felt compelled to make it as fun and special as others did for me. I monitored several teams of high school students competing in tech related challenges.
- Kept time during the event
- relayed questions from the students to judges
- Made sure teams were following the rules of the competition
- helped with registration at the start of the event
Tidewater Teachers of Physics Society (TOPS)2017 - PresentPhysics Volunteer
The Physics Olympics is a series of six activities, each of 20 minutes duration, and is designed to be fun, active, include some knowledge of science, and require group participation. Students in middle and high school were the participants of the event. I volunteered to help take measurements during one of the challenges, which was used in determining the scores for said activity. The event was sponsored by TOPS, Cape Henry, and Busch Gardens.
Code for Hampton Roads2015 - PresentWeb Developer
Local branch of Code for America.
Old Dominion University2016 - 2016Volunteer, Club Representative
I represented the Old Dominion University (ODU) Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) by manning a table with information about the benefits of joining, and handing out free stuff. I spoke with many parents and upcoming freshmen about the program to help figure out if computer science was the right path. During the CS department presentation for the parents and students, I gave a short presentation on joining the club and participating in ODU's CS dept. The children were ages 7-10 and inspiring. Their comfort with the technology and ability to pick up basic programming concepts(Loops were hard but they figured it out) gets me excited for what the future holds.
Code.org2015 - PresentVolunteer
The Hour of Code is a one-hour introduction to computer science, designed to demystify code and show that anybody can learn the basics. I was asked by many teachers to come volunteer with their class. That alone is fantastic, that so many teachers were interested in having computer science basics introduced to their students. Unfortunately, this lovely time of year lined up perfectly with finals so I didn't have the time to volunteer for all of them.
- Volunteered at 2 visits to John B. Dey Elementary.
- Tallwood Elementary (Where, as a kid, I went from K-2!)