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I have used Photoshop extensively, both professionally and personally. I have performed the role of "graphic designer" on software projects where we had no budget for a dedicated graphic artist. One of my hobbies is creating puzzles, and I often get very creative in the composition of the puzzle images.
I have a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics, and placed 1st nationally in the Intellitest Algebra II division in the 1983-1984 school year. Also, in the 1984-1985 school year, I placed 2nd in the state of Florida on both the American High School Math Exam and the Florida Math League.
I have a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics, and placed 1st nationally in the Intellitest Algebra II division in the 1983-1984 school year.
I started programming in C almost 25 years ago, writing online multi-user games for bulletin board systems (before the Internet). In my current capacity as a software engineer, I continue to develop C/C++ code regularly.
I have been using C++ for many years, and in my current capacity as a software engineer, I continue to develop C++ code regularly.
I have been playing chess since I was a child. I started a chess club back in high school, and served as its secretary, keeping track of the rankings of all of its members. I did the same thing later on for a group of colleagues at my place of employment.
I have been programming computers for almost 30 years, from the days of TRS-80 and Apple II. I have developed numerous commercial software packages, as well as hobby projects. I'm currently a research engineering manager for a major international software company. I'm mostly proficient with C/C++, but I have extensive experience with Java, BASIC, and many other languages.
I have a BS in Computer Science, and also attended graduate school towards an MS in Computer Science. Before finishing that degree, however, I started working for a major technology company and have been doing corporate software development for the past twenty years.
I have been using DOS since the mid-80s, and still bring up the "Command Prompt" on Windows on a regular basis to accomplish what can't be done as quickly from the GUI.
I have taught at the college level, and have extensive experience with test preparation.
I have been using computers for over 30 years, from the days of TRS-80 and Apple II. I am mostly proficient with the Windows operating system, though I have extensive experience with DOS and Linux as well.
I have a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics, and placed 1st nationally in the Intellitest Geometry division in the 1982-1983 school year.
The GRE involves basic math and verbal skills with which I am very well-versed.
I wrote plugins in Java for the Eclipse framework for 9 years, and was one of the founders of an open source project using Java and Eclipse.
I have been doing logic puzzles since I was a child, and studied logic in college. Logic is also a basic tenet of software development, which I have been doing for more than 25 years.
I have used Excel extensively, including customizing layouts, importing data from various sources, creating multi-sheet documents, writing complex macros, and creating charts.
I have been using PowerPoint extensively to create presentations for various target audiences over the past 12 years.
I have extensive experience using Microsoft Word for creating documents of different types, using custom styles and formatting, creating tables, modifying printing options, tracking changes between versions, and protecting content.
Pascal was the first procedural programming language I ever learned, back in the 80's during a summer course, and further expanded on that in an Advanced Placement course as a senior in high school in the mid-80s.
I love playing all types of card games, particularly poker. I watch poker on television a lot, have played online and with friends, and would enjoy playing in tournaments myself someday.
I have a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics, and placed 1st in my school in the Continental Calculus League during the 1984-1985 school year.
I have a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics, won numerous math awards, and have experience in probability and statistics, permutations and combinations, calculating odds, and many other aspects of applied mathematics.
The PSAT covers basic math and verbal skills with which I am well versed.
I scored 800 on the math portion of the SAT when I was in high school. I even scored a 650 on the math portion of the SAT when I was in middle school, and was invited to an award ceremony at Duke University.
I have a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics, and earned 1st place in Trig-Star in 1986.