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John Das 18 Brighouse Close L39 3NB Email: Johndas@outlook.

com Mobile No: 07906672608 Phone No: 0151 2701201 PROFILE As industries, users and government sectors continue to progress technologically, there is a growing demand for skilled computer science technology professionals to create new software and solve complex IT issues. This strong need equates into a resilient jobs market for computer science graduates and is one of the main motives from my decision to study this subject at university. I hold a number of qualities I have always been good at logical problem solving and have a proven ability to think creatively and thoroughly when developing project applications. Whilst at University a number of my tutors regularly praised my excellent judgement, time-management and problem-solving skills Computer science is an extensive field that involves people with varying abilities and areas of specialism. Within the last year I have come to consider that I have these requirements in academic and within practical. I also retain the imaginative spirit, capability and enthusiasm that is essential to devote time in order to achieve any goal. One of my recent projects created whilst at university consisted of using the cortex M3 microcontroller which I was able to program using C. I was able to convert the heat signals from the microcontroller and create a laptop cooling station which reads the current temperature of the laptop then responds with the outcome, if the heat was too high therefore the fans would increase in speed and also display a warning on a mini LCD screen. EDUCATION . Sept 2009 July 2012 Edge Hill University BSc Computing Information Systems Degree Classification 2.1 Modules studied as follows:

Third Year (Level 6) Forensic Computing 80% Legal social, ethical and professional issues in computing 68% Internet Security 71% Dissertation (Impact On Cloud Security) 67% Embedded Systems (ARM Cortex-M3) 58% Operating Systems 43%

Second Year (Level 5)

Physical Computing Input and Output 71% Work related learning (NHS newsletter editor) 63% Research and development methods 61% Introduction to Databases 45% Networking 41% Object oriented programming 40%


Sept 2006 - July 2009

Liverpool Community College CISCO IT Essentials 2 Pass (Level Three) B-Tec National Diploma For IT practitioners systems support Pass, Pass, Pass (Level Three)

Experience plus Knowledge


Setting up, configuring, maintaining and securing a network. Using, Testing, Monitoring software and programs, I was able to gain these skills through multiple modules in university. Installing and configuring new hardware and software. Creating and editing different documents within different formats using Microsoft Office package. ARM Cortex programming (C#). Analyzing, recovering and searching for files using forensic software.

Abilities plus Skills


I can work under my own initiative. I am able to work well under pressure and to meet deadlines. I can work as a team player but also independently. I am able to communicate and speak in a clear and professional manner. I am flexible and reliable, when producing work and undergoing projects. I am able to solve problems and diagnose certain situations by myself and act upon them. I am able to set up a network using different servers and hardware; I am constantly keeping up to date with the latest models and information. I am capable of producing clear and actuate reports for the company.

I have great problem solving skills which I have gained over the years, from college, projects and university when undergoing certain tasks. I am able to explain in detail at high academic level.

IT Skills/Languag es

Microsoft Office, Monitoring software, SQL, VB.net, Java, C#. Microsoft desktop products, Adobe suite, configuring servers. Active directory firewalls, Networking, Linux based operating Systems, Windows based operating systems. Network trouble shooting, hardware maintenance, IS Server (firewall properties and management).

SKILLS . Leadership I consider myself to be a leader however I am also a team player. I am able to take charge within a certain situation on my own tuition and act on this. Within many modules I was assigned team captain which allowed me to supervise a small team in order to achieve the goal. I have given many presentations at university which has given me the skills needed for communication and confidence. Within many tasks and projects I was assigned to work within a group which allowed me to communicate with my team efficiently and as a professional. One of the modules taken while studying for my degree was internet security which was designed as a Problem-Based Learning module. This consisted of been given certain issues and problems in which I had to devise a strategy in order to solve these issues. The module was designed and implemented in such a way which allowed certain skills to be gained which consisted of problem solving, team-working, innovation, communication and business awareness. Microsoft Office, Monitoring software, SQL, VB.net, Java, C#. Microsoft desktop products, Adobe suite, configuring servers. Active directory firewalls, Networking, Linux based operating Systems, Windows based operating systems. Network trouble shooting, hardware maintenance, IS Server (firewall properties and management).

Communicatio n

Problem solving

IT Skills/Languag es

INTERESTS . Programming and hardware Network/Computer Security Keeping healthy and active