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Justin C.
Photographer who builds his own computers
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About Justin
I'm a college graduate, a top student, a photographer, a computer geek, and a stickler for grammar. I'm also not bad at math. I believe a love of learning is one of the most valuable things you can have.
Teaching Experience
I was an instructor's assistant for an introductory programming class at TMCC. I helped develop assignments, answer student questions, and administer exams. It was the first class at the school to use Lego robots to teach programming principles, so there were a lot of new things to set up.
University of Nevada - Reno
Computer Science
Bachelor's Degree
2010 - 2013
Truckee Meadows Community College
Computer Science
Associate's Degree
2006 - 2010
Work Experience
Dinner With God Movie, Cinematographer / Director of Photography
2014 - 2016
I was in charge of all technical aspects of production including camera operation, lighting, sound, and electrical.
NASA Ames Research Center, Intern
2012 - 2012
I developed a simulation environment to test navigation algorithms for Mars rover prototypes. I also debugged and optimized an advanced navigation algorithm using the simulations as feedback.
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