Computer Sciences Graduate Resume

The scope of computer science has grown in every aspect of our life. Right from heavy industrial applications to domestic household appliances, computers are used to control a variety of machinery and devices.

From the career point of view, computer scientist can search for opportunities in software development companies / firms, hardware / networking service providing organizations and other support and maintenance corps. Higher responsibilities, such as top end development, database administration or network administration may expect the candidate to hold sufficient experience in the specialized field. However, other profiles may accommodate fresh graduates who have no prior work experience.

Following is the sample Computer sciences graduate resume.

Sample Computer Science Gradduate Resume:

Tom Green

456, X Street, Y Avenue,

Los Angeles, CA-90003

(123) 456-7890

tom@email.com

Career Objective:

Looking for a highly professional and dynamic organization to work with, for rapid career growth through well planned and consistent efforts

Summary of Qualifications:

  • Tremendous software development aptitude, with strong hand at the programming languages and various program debugging and runtime environments
  • Bright academic records
  • Number of extra curricular, domain specific achievements such as programming certifications, participation in major events held locally, etc.
  • Strong conceptual base in programming accompanied by proficiency in writing clear and effective programs
  • Familiar with almost all the development technologies available today, right from the traditionally used languages
  • Working knowledge of the internal structure of computers, with intermediary proficiency in hardware and networking
  • Deep knowledge of some of the widely used operating systems and introduced with a number of others
  • Highly fluent in spoken and written English
  • Expertise in using internet platform

Academic education:

  • Graduate in computer sciences from California State University, Los Angeles, CA (2009)

Academic Project:

  • “Database normalization, “The third normal form”. This was my academic project for my final year of graduation. I implemented a C++ program to decompose a normal table structure into normalized tables. This project could accept the table attributes as parameters and would decompose it into a number of smaller tables. The normalization level achieved in this project was up to the third form. Moreover, the code could inherently check if the provided table structure is already in third normal form. It was one of the most appreciated projects at the college level project exhibition.

Personal Details:

  • Date of Birth: XX / XX / 1984
  • Marital status: Single
  • Expected employment status: Full time
  • Ready to Relocate: Y / N

References: Will be available on request

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