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Brandon Stewart


West Virginia University -- Morgantown, WV
Class of 2012
M.S. Computer Science
GPA: 3.72
Coursework: Advanced Analysis of Algorithms, Compiler Construction, Computational Complexity, Developing Portable Software, Distributed Systems, Empirical Methods in Software Engineering and Computer Science, Formal Specification of Language, Statistical Pattern Recognition, Software Performance Engineering, Theory of Operating Systems
Report: Portability Study of Android and iOS

Marshall University -- Huntington, WV
Class of 2007
B.S. Computer & Information Technology
(Emphasis in Software Development)
Minor: Mathematics
GPA: 3.50 (Major: 3.67)
Coursework: Advanced Communications, Statistics, Calculus 1&2, Linear Algebra w/Differential Equations, Advanced C++ Problem Solving, Algorithms, Data Structures, Network Protocols, Web Programming, Software Engineering 1&2, E-Commerce, Computer Graphics w/OpenGL, Scripting Languages, Database Programming, Operating Systems


  • Languages: C#, C++, Java, JavaScript, TypeScript, Objective C, Perl, PHP, Python
  • Experience with ASP.NET, .NET Core, Xamarin, WPF, EF, Angular, jQuery, Dojo, Node.js
  • Databases: SQL Server, MySQL, Oracle
  • Mobile development experience with Android and iOS
  • Operating Systems: Windows, GNU/Linux (Debian/Ubuntu), Mac OS X
  • Development Environments: Visual Studio, Eclipse, Xcode
  • Experienced with code versioning systems, mainly Subversion and Team Foundation


Senior Consultant -- October 2016 - Present
Attain, LLC -- Morgantown, WV
Currently a full-stack application developer in support of CDC NIOSH. Development has mostly involved .NET Core Web API services with SQL Server databases and modern Angular single page applications. Ongoing recent work has been in support of the World Trade Center Health Program.

Programmer Analyst, Lead -- September 2015 - September 2016
CACI International Inc -- Morgantown, WV
Worked as an application developer in support of CDC NIOSH. Primary development was on a new WPF application with SQL Server database backend for the Western States Division.

Information Technology Specialist -- June 2012 - September 2015
S.M. Stoller Corporation -- Morgantown, WV
Worked in support of the Department of Energy’s Office of Legacy Management, primarily on development of environmental services applications. Participated in both self-driven development as well as in agile team development projects. Development typically involved C# programming with SQL Server or Oracle databases.

Extensive work with Esri JavaScript API on public-facing application connecting ArcGIS Server map services with existing environmental database for reports and visualization.

Graduate Teaching Assistant -- August 2010 - May 2012
West Virginia University -- Morgantown, WV
Taught two sections per semester of CS 101 for the Lane Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering. Responsibilities included class lectures, assisting students during open lab hours, and grading assignments.

Software Engineer -- July 2007 - August 2010
Ultra Electronics, ProLogic -- Morgantown, WV
Worked at the Department of Energy’s National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL). Worked on migration and retirement of legacy applications as well as ASP.NET with C# web applications with Oracle databases.

Began working at the Department of Energy’s Office of Legacy Management in October 2007. Work was primarily on web applications in ASP.NET with C# using SQL Server databases. Responsibilities typically included the full development cycle from requirements gathering through deployment and user support.

Teaching Assistant -- August 2005 - December 2005
Marshall University -- Huntington, WV
Graded programming assignments for Professor Brian Morgan's IST 263: Data Structures class.

Intern -- Summer 2005 & 2006
ProLogic, Incorporated -- Fairmont, WV
Worked with an existing team on a NASA contract in the summer of 2005, mainly on parts of the user interface with software that was in its early stages (UI was a plugin for Eclipse). Programming was primarily in Java.

Worked on a Department of Defense contract in the summer of 2006, again mainly on parts of the design of the user interface (a plugin for ArcGIS). Gained much more experience with the software requirements and design processes. Programming was in Java/C#. I also developed C# unit tests for classes which did not yet have tests written for them.

Intern -- Summer 2003 & 2004
National White Collar Crime Center -- Fairmont, WV
Assisted with various tasks in the IT department including computer maintenance and network diagramming.

Owner/Webmaster/Programmer -- 1999 - Present
Started releasing Perl scripts in September, 1999 in spare time while in school. Website became a commercial operation in March, 2002. Main specialty was a cross-platform mailing list manager. New products were released and existing products were updated for nearly six years. Created documentation for all products. Maintained website for product downloads, documentation, and private logins for paying users. Products have been and continue to be used on commercial websites. Continue to support users via email and an online forum in spare time.


References available upon request.