Currently, I am ansoftware engineer. I primarily focus on the front-end and back-end of cloud-native applications. Recently I graduated Summa Cum Laude from where I earned my degree in Computer Science. I have always been a highly organized and goal-driven individual who is a problem solver by nature. I love programming because I can use my skills as a software engineer to improve the lives of others by developing fun and intuitive applications.
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Software EngineerFull-stack software engineer focused primarily on the front-end and back-end of the IBM cloud-native applications GLUI, the single-entry point to IBM’s ledger for all global journal activity and GUDA, the global application for all IBM departmental activities. Works with testers, PO's, IM's, UI/UX designers, and users to enhance IBM's cloud-native journaling and departmental software. Leverages modern front-end technologies, such as React and Angular, and modern back-end technologies such as Go, GraphQL, Node.js and Express, Java RESTful services using Spring, JDBC, and SQL. Utilizes the IBM DB2 and PostgreSQL relational databases, Docker for containerization, Artifactory for encapsulating all Docker images, IBM Hybrid Cloud and k8s for container orchestration and management, along with a host of CI/CD software to provide automated testing and continuous deployment of cloud-native applications.
Software Engineering Co-OpContinued the work I finished as an intern, but now as a Co-Op while I was a student at Cornell College. I participated in weekly stand-up meetings relating to the JIRA stories, I was assigned. With each story, I assisted the team remotely with various bug fixes and quality assurance testing of the front-end and back-end of the ledger application.
Software Engineering InternAt IBM, I worked and collaborated with a diverse team of developers, UX/UI designers, PO's, IM's, testers, etc. from around the world in order to transition IBM’s global ledger application for all journal activity to a cloud-native solution utilizing React for the front-end, and a variety of technologies for the back-end micro-services, such as SQL, Java Spring, JDBC, k8s for container-orchestration, and Docker for containerization. As a team, we additionally leveraged a host of CI/CD software to develop the application along with Git and GitHub for version control, and Travis for integrated build tests.
Various projects that I've open sourced while working at these companies.
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Beyond the Basics: Istio and IBM Cloud Kubernetes ServiceThe badge earner can install Istio in a cluster, deploy a sample app, and set up the Istio Ingress controller. The individual knows how to use metrics, logging and tracing to observe services. The earner is also able to perform simple traffic management such as A/B tests and canary deployments, secure a service mesh, and enforce policies for microservices.
Schools where I learned all that I know about software engineering.
Master of Science in Computer ScienceIncoming graduate student.
Bachelors of Arts, Computer ScienceGraduated Summa Cum Laude.
Transferred; Computer Science MajorCumulative GPA: 3.96 out of 4.0.
Various projects that I've completed as an computer science student.
An interest in the classic video game Asteroids for Windows 98 spawned a passion for computer science at a young age for Nicholas Adamou ՚20.June 17, 2020
Cornell senior Nick Adamou (SR/New Milford, Conn.) came away with two victories this weekend in his first appearance at the Midwest Open Men's Tennis Championships hosted by Gustavus Adolphus College.September 28, 2019
Nick Adamou will start his senior year with new insights and knowledge following his computer science internship.August 27, 2019
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Experiments I've done in various technologies.
THREE.js implementation of the Earth using only polygons.
Create a React-based modal using react-hooks and react-portals.
A SASS mixin for creating an angled div.
A terminal-like-webpage based off of Darren Kitchen's website.
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