Joseph Malone is a Software Engineer at Careexpand in Dallas, TX with a focus in Node.js. He has a BA in Computer Science and Classics from the University of Dallas as of May, 2016. He has prior experience in software engineering and web development and contributes critical thinking and problem solving skills in a professional environment. He is particularly interested in embedded systems. Joseph has been developing applications and websites for the past nine years. Below is a quick summary of his skills and projects.
In high school, he participated in several Science Fairs, including one on "Hands-Free Mouse Control Using Accelerometer Tilt." In this project, he developed algorithms in Python to convert accelerometer tilt (caused by head movements) into mouse movement and clicks, winning Third Award at the 2012 International Science and Engineering Fair.
More recently, he has been developing the Textual Analysis Tool, an application for the analysis of philosophical texts, for a Philosophy professor at the University of Dallas. This application places the text and commentary side by side and provides the user with several tools with which to interact with the text. Click here for a demo of the UD Textual Analysis Tool.
For further details on any of the following, please email him at email@example.com.
- Work Experience
- Additional Projects
- Core Skills:
- Content Management Systems
- General "How-To" Knowledge
- University of Dallas
- Sandia National Laboratories
- Air Force Research Laboratory, Kirtland AFB
Developing additional functionality for the startup's pilot product in a Node.js framework.
Developing Textual Analysis Tool, a web application for the analysis of philosophical texts.
- Engineering Aide, Summer 2011
- Textual Analysis Tool
- Hands-Free Mouse Control Using Accelerometer Tilt
- Malware Analysis
- Latin Poet
- Number Type Identifier
- Polynomials: Synthetic Division
- Wrote additional Python functionalities to analyze packets and traffic. Researched and developed a module, "SmartGraph," which compares the graphs of two data sources and determines their similarity based on several parameters.
- Book Cataloging
- Greek Word Quiz
- Interactive Periodic Table
- RSVP Program