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Hi, I’m Noah

I’m a Software Development Engineer at Amazon

Hello World! | Back to the Future, Code, Soccer, and Star Trek

About Me

I'm a Software Development Engineer at Amazon. When I'm not busy coding you can find me reading (mostly historical fiction and sci-fi), playing soccer, watching a movie, or playing the piano. I also enjoy dabbling in graphic and web design.

I fell in love with programming in middle school while watching Star Trek. This was before Alexa, the Google Assistant, or even Siri when the Star Trek Computer, which is much like a modern personal assistant, ignited a spark in my imagination and drove me to begin my programming adventure. I've been addicted ever since!

I'm excited to be working at Amazon as a Software Development Engineer on the Business Data Technologies team. BDT handles the storage, transformation, and extraction of the vast amounts of data that Amazon uses to facilitate product developement and business decision making that enables Amazon to deliver amazing customer focused experiences.

EXPERIENCE

Current Position: Software Development Engineer I (L4) | Amazon.com Inc: July 2020 – Current

ORISE Intern | Air Force Research Laboratory: BATMAN Program: May 2018 – Dec 2019 Independent Contractor | Ohio Republican Party: Aug 2017 – Jan 2018 Software Technician I | University of Dayton Research Institute: June 2017 – Aug 2017

Education & Certifications

B.S., Honors, Computer Science | Cedarville University: May 2020
Degree focus: Cybersecurity

Academic honors: Dean's list 2017 – 2020

Microsoft Technology Associate: HTML5 Application Development Fundamentals
Date of Achievement: 05/06/2016

LANGUAGES & SKILLS

ACTIVITIES

Cedarville University Cyber Security Awareness Group – Presenter at multiple schools and other venues (2017 - 2019)

National Cyber League – Participant in Fall and Spring seasons (2017 - 2019)

Cedarville Supermillage (SAE) Team – Computer Team Member (2017 - 2018)

Business Professionals of America – Member and 1st place at State (Ohio) and National Java Programming Competitions (2016)