Contact Information

Nick Barth

Current address
44 Rue St-Hubert, Woluwe St-Pierre, Brussels 1150, Belgium

Email address
barth.nicholas@gmail.com

Phone Number
716-861-3705

Website nick-barth.com

Work Experience

Front-End Developer, CentralApp, Brussels, Belgium
May 2016 - Present

  • Worked closely with both UX/UI and the back-end team to create a responsive, functional, and sleek web application
  • Functioned autonomously as a member of a light team
  • Worked under a brilliant lead, learning extreme focus on best practices and standards

Front-End Developer, Doolli, Buffalo, NY
June 2015 - Febuary 2016

  • Learned and attempted to emulate more senior members of the team
  • Participated in and lead stand ups and scrums at least once a week
  • Frequently built new features and perform bug fixes autonomously in an agile environment

Software Engineer, CTG, Buffalo, NY
December 2014 - June 2015

  • Contribute skills as a full stack developer to an inventive IT solutions team
  • Translate data into an actionable format for a variety of users
  • Works with modern web development techniques and object-oriented design principles to create beautiful and responsive web applications, websites, and web services

Native English Instructor, Chungdahm Institute, Seoul, Korea
August 2012 - January 2014

  • Responsible for managing and instruction several classrooms of 4 to 15 students in the age range of 6 to 12
  • Served as a volunteer teacher for several open classroom recruitment drives

Skills

Development and Design Skills

  • Javascript, HTML, CSS, Modern Frameworks

Development Software

  • atom, git, Adobe Creative Suite

Personal

  • Excellent oral and written skills, natural leadership ability exercised in previous work experience, works effectively and efficiently in a group setting

Education

State University of New York at Fredonia
May 2012

  • Bachelor of Science in Computer Science on the Systems Software Engineering track
  • Courses: Computer Science I & II, Problem Solving Using Objects, Systems Programming, Data Structures, Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science I, , Visual Basic I & II, Assembly Language and Computer Organization