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106 Grand Avenue

JUSTIN WHEELER Story City, IA 50248

justintw@iastate.edu 515-290-5394

Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering Iowa State University
● GPA: 3.67

● Expected Graduation: May 2018

Associates in Science - August 2015 Des Moines Area Community College

Related Experience
Software Engineering Co-op May 2016 – Present
Rockwell Collins Cedar Rapids, Iowa
● Developed, debugged, and executed Python test scripts for multiple Government Systems

programs utilizing the Pro-Line Fusion avionics architecture

● Created a utility using Python to verify that the developed test scripts satisfied data and

control coupling objectives of DO-178B DAL-A

● Verified model based development software within the Matlab/Simulink environment as

well as the fully integrated end-to-end application

Computer Support Technician January 2016 – May 2016
Iowa State University Extension Information Technology Ames, Iowa
● Knowledge of Extension and Outreach IT operations and networks

● Receive calls and remotely solve computer and network related issues

● Assist Extension staff in fixing office computer equipment and peripherals

Skills & Abilities

● Proficient: Java, Python, C/C++, HTML, CSS

● Familiar with: C#, Assembly, PHP, JavaScript, LUA, SQL, Verilog

Other: MATLAB, Simulink, Microcontrollers, Linux Servers, MySQL Databases, PSpice

Self-balancing Robot - Rockwell Collins Innovation Award HackISU Fall 2015
Built with a custom circuit design and an Arduino microcontroller. Implemented a
proportional integral derivative (PID) control system in C.
Myo-Controlled Car - Myo Armband Hack Award HackISU Summer 2014
Hacked an RC car’s controls with a Myo Armband, an Arduino, and a wireless transmitter.
Programmed logic for the Myo Armband to communicate with the Arduino in C++.
GForge Migration Utility HackISU Fall 2016
Developed a program to transfer code, branches, commits, and issues from GitHub to
GForge Next using Node.js.
BB-State Robot HackISU Spring 2016
Built with an Arduino and a Raspberry Pi, which communicated together to control the
motors. Programmed in C and Python.