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Experience

Netcompany, Denmark: Application Management Analyst

July 2019 – Present

As I finished my internship at Netcompany I continued to work as an AM Analyst, working with the same clients and technologies.

Netcompany, Denmark: Software Developer (Internship)

February 2019 – June 2019

At Netcompany I've been on the bleeding-edge of software consultancy. Communicating directly with business partners and stakeholders as well as being a central part of an engineering team. During the internship I have worked on intranet solutions for Danish government agencies, primarily using Microsoft technologies such as SharePoint, .NET, C#, Powershell, OracleDB and more. My responsibilities included troubleshooting, finding the cause, estimating development time and final implementation.


Education

Technical University of Denmark:
Bachelor of Engineering, Software Technology

September 2016 – January 2020

The main building blocks of my bachelor's program in Software Technology are programming principles and paradigms, Software design patterns and systems development. Some of the included courses are: Advanced programming, Database systems, Algorithms and data structures, Distributed systems, Parallel systems, Network security, Functional programming, Machine learning and data mining, Big Data, Logic and more.


Technical Skills

Programming languages
Java, C#, Python, C, C++, SQL, JavaScript, HTML, CSS.

Software & Tools
IntelliJ Idea, Vim, Visual Studio/Code, CLI, Linux, Git.


Projects

Celestial Outbreak

2016 - Present

Celestial Outbreak is an open source, space-themed Breakout-like sandbox video game with focus on simplicity and customization. Implemented in core Java with little to no use of third party libraries. Includes fully customizable levels and game configuration. The main purpose of this project was to create a stand-alone game with simple controls together with a great user experience from scratch.
More: github.com/iyyel/celestialoutbreak

iyyel.io

2016 - Present

iyyel.io is a personal website used as a blog and portfolio. Implemented in HTML/CSS/JS and statically generated by the Jekyll engine. The site scores a perfect performance score in almost all speed tests. The main idea behind the site was a simple and seamless user experience.
More: github.com/iyyel/iyyel.io

SuperHangman

2017 - 2018

Designed and implemented an Android application with the sole purpose of playing hangman. Implemented in Kotlin with use of third party libraries. The project was started in the course User experience and Mobile application development and evolved further into a more in-depth side project. The main focus of the application is usability, user experience and mobile design.
More: github.com/iyyel/superhangman

More of my projects can be found at github.com/iyyel.

Extracurricular Work

Copenhacks 2019

April 2019

Attended Copenhacks 2019 (Hackathon) at Microsoft Development Center, Copenhagen. Implemented a Spotify alarm mobile application in React-Native.


Languages

Danish (Native)

English (Fluent)

Spanish (Basic)