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Hi, my name is Jeremy Tartaglia, and I'm a recent graduate of the University of Florida. I'm currently holding two Bachelor's Degrees (a BS in Computer Science and a BA in Mathematics), and would like to find an entry level programming job working with Java technologies, preferrably with web game creation or translators/compilers.

I have a strong background in parsing and compiler technology and theory, and, in fact, my senior project was to create a compiler for a subset of C, to be used in a compiler project in later years at UF. I'm currently working for the University in modifying and maintaining a translator written in MatLab, to convert Image Algebra algorithms into both MatLab code and Assembly-like code (mostly for work analysis), for the Computer Vision field.

I also have a strong understanding of graphics programming, and have written numerous software 3D renders based on both ray-casting and algebriac/matrix mathematics.

I am willing to relocate, even to other countries, but may require some assistance in this respect. Of course, it all depends on where I'd have to relocate. (If relocating to another country, I should note I speak a moderate amount of German and am studying Japanese.)

Since I'm not sure how to post my resume, or if that's even allowed, please feel free to email me at nychold@yahoo.com .

Thanks for your time.
[ June 27, 2006: Message edited by: Jeremy Tartaglia ]
 
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