Computers Résumé

S. Jawad Ahmed

9547-L University Terrace Dr Charlotte, NC 28262              (336) 471-4627


University of North Carolina at Charlotte – Charlotte, North Carolina                                May 2013

Bachelor of Arts in Political Science

Minors: Computer Science & Software and Information Systems

Computer Skills

Programming Languages: C++, Java, & SQL.

Scripting/Markup Languages: HTML, XHTML, & CSS.

Software/Software Packages: Oracle, Eclipse, jQuery, Microsoft Office & SPSS.

Middlewares: JavaScript & JSP.

Design: UML, Algorithms, Databases, & MVC.

Relevant Courses

Intro to C++                                                                          Operating Systems and Networking

Intro to Java                                                                         Computers & Their Impact on Society

Logic & Algorithms                                                                         Human Computer Interaction

Data Base Design & Implementation                      Intro to Information Security & Privacy

Data Structures                                                                    Web-Based Application Development

Design & Analysis Algorithms                               Network Based Application Development

Project Experience

Web-Based Application Development assignment, Spring 2013

  • Devised an interactive and dynamic web application.
  • Designed, implemented, and published an interactive web site that incorporated JavaScript, HTML5, & CSS3.
  • This web application provides a service to stakeholders of the former NBA player, Reggie Miller.
  • Received a grade of A.

Human Computer Interaction project (group & individual), Fall 2012

  • Developed interface design alternatives for students ordering textbooks.
  • Created a detailed design, devised a high level protocol, and evaluated the design.
  • Overall average of assignments was an A.

Operating Systems and Networking group project, Fall 2012

  • Created a Java program and a Java GUI application.
  • Simulates two different memory allocation schemes–demand paging and paged memory allocation.
  • Received an A.


  • Hall Council of the Year, Resident Students Association at UNC Charlotte, April 2012
  • Outstanding Leadership and Service to the students living on-campus, Resident Students Association at UNC Charlotte, April 2011

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