About Roger Iyengar

Roger Iyengar has been working as a developer for over four years while enrolled as a student. His experience includes consulting for a startup company which involved writing software and developing a website. Before this, he gained experience with web development by building and maintaining websites for nonprofit organizations. He created a custom WordPress theme for one of these organizations. Roger also has teaching experience which includes working as a computer science teaching assistant and a computer camp counselor.

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Washington University in St. Louis • St. Louis, MO
School of Engineering and Applied Science
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
Expected Graduation: May 2017
GPA: 3.94/4.0

Relevant Courses

  • Advanced Algorithms (Graduate-level class)
  • Machine Learning (Graduate-level class)
  • Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (Graduate-level class)
  • Introduction to Formal Languages and Automata (Graduate-level class)
  • Technology Entrepreneurship (Graduate-level class)
  • Introduction to Systems Software
  • Matrix Algebra
  • Probability and Statistics for Engineering
Facebook • Menlo Park, CA
Software Engineer Intern, Power Editor Ads Interface • May 2015 – August 2015
  • Completed high-impact project that has been released to Power Editor users
  • Wrote code at the web application, API, and storage levels
  • Worked in JavaScript (EMCAScript 6) and PHP (Hack)
Washington University, Department of Computer Science and Engineering • St. Louis, MO
Teaching Assistant • January 2014 – December 2015
  • Assisted with Introduction to Formal Languages and Automata and Computer Science I & II
  • Ran lab, recitation, and office hour sessions to reinforce concepts taught in lectures
  • Helped students debug their code
  • Aided in the writing and grading of exams, quizzes, and assignments
Neurolutions • St. Louis, MO
Consultant • February 2013 – September 2014
  • Developed company website
  • Aided in the development of a data collection system for clinical trials of a biomedical product
SummerTech Computer Camps • Purchase, NY
Senior Teacher • July 2012 – August 2014
  • Taught programming and web development to campers ages 8-16
  • Covered topics including computer graphics, networking, and databases
  • Part of a staff responsible for over 100 campers during busiest sessions
The Justin Veatch Fund
The Justin Veatch Fund • Yorktown Heights, NY
Webmaster • October 2010 – September 2014
  • Developed custom ticket sale system for benefit concert
  • Maintained organization’s webpage, ensuring all content was updated and relevant
  • Put together multimedia galleries and PayPal payment forms
Yorktown Teen Center
The Yorktown Teen Center • Yorktown Heights, NY
Technology Coordinator • April 2010 – June 2013
  • Developed custom WordPress theme for the organization’s website
  • Showed members of organization without strong technical backgrounds how to update WordPress site
  • Set up PayPal payments, calendar, and photo gallery on website
  • Installed security and content-filtration software on three computers in the center for teen members to use