Resume


Andrew Charles Breiner


944 Cherry Ln, Seward, NE 68434
Phone: (402) 643-5399
E-mail: breinera@gmail.com
Web-site: https://breinera.wordpress.com/
Overview
Education
Work Experience
Skills
Projects
Reference

I consider myself a problem solver and a
developer. I am working on a couple of pet
projects to expand my knowledge of Linux and
programming in general. The most rewarding
feeling is solving a really complicated
problem.

I consider myself an organize person, as I can
set due dates and prioritize my work.

Ph.D., Computer Science – University of Nebraska
– Lincoln, (Lincoln, NE) – 2003-2006

M.S., Computer Science – University of Nebraska
– Lincoln, (Lincoln, NE) – 2001-2003

  • Thesis:, “On Being Extremely Dense
  • Coursework: Algorithm Analysis, Advanced
    Algorithm Analysis, Graph Algorithms,
    Communication Networks, Advanced
    Communication Networks, Artificial
    Intelligence, Constraint Satisfaction,
    Pattern Recognition, Computer
    Architecture, and Linear Algebra.

B.S., Computer Science – University of Nebraska
at Kearney, (Kearney, NE) – 1998-2001

  • Mathematics: Minor.
  • Coursework: Programming I & II,
    Computer Organization, Assembler,
    Programming Languages, Algorithms and Data
    Structures, Operating Systems, Automata,
    Software Engineering, System Analysis and
    Design, Artificial Intelligence ,
    Networking, Calculus I & II & III,
    Numerical Analysis, and Foundations of
    Mathematics.
2006 – Present: Assistant Professor, Department
of Mathematics and Computer Science, Nebraska
Wesleyan University.

  • Courses Taught: Computation Problem
    Solving, Discrete Mathematics, Data
    Structures, Automata, Programming
    Languages, Web Programming, Algorithms,
    Software Engineering I, and Software
    Engineering II.

2005 – 2006: Visiting Assistant Professor,
Department of Computer Science and Information
Systems, University of Nebraska at Kearney.

  • Courses Taught: Programming II, Computer
    Organization, Multimedia, and Information
    System Concepts.

2001 – 2005: Graduate Teaching Assistant,
Department of Computer Science and Engineering,
University of Nebraska – Lincoln.

Programming languages: Java, PHP, Python,
C/C++.

Programming skills: thoroughly knowledge of
object oriented programming using Java/Python;
general knowledge of object oriented programming
using C/C++; general knowledge of GLib, GTK,
Clutter, and Cairo using C/C++ and Python.

Office Applications: MS Word, MS Excel, MS
Access, OpenOffice, and Evolution.

Databases: General knowledge of MySQL
(installation and programming).

Operating Systems: Ubuntu, Red Hat, SuSE,
Microsoft Windows 9x, XP.

List projects that I am working on.
Available upon request.

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