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Maxwell You | (303) 960-1871
Computer Science & Math
GPA: 3.93 (In major: 4.00)

Relevant Experience


  • - Proficient: Java, Python, ReactJS, SQL
  • - Comfortable: C/C++, HTML, CSS

CS314 - Software Engineering (ReactJS, Java, JUnit)

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  • - Employing Scrum workflow with a team to create client-server trip planning web app
  • - App allows you to query a database for locations and choose which ones you want a trip planned for
  • - A tour of the locations is calculated using optimization algorithms and a map of the tour can also be viewed

Technology Analyst Intern (SQL)

JPMorgan Chase | Jun. 2017 - Aug. 2017

  • - Employed Scrum workflow with a team of engineers
  • - Learned and utilized SQL to construct queries, views, and table joins
  • - Implemented key business intelligence solution reflecting SLA compliance in file arrival patterns
  • - Automated the SLA monitoring process and freed up employees to work on other processes

CS440 - Artificial Intelligence (Python)

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  • - Utilized Q-Learning to solve Towers of Hanoi puzzle
  • - Implemented A* search to solve 8-puzzle


Web Developer (HTML, CSS, PHP)

Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) | May 2017 - Present

  • - Redeveloped ACM website from scratch
  • - Collaborate with other officers to plan engaging material for students

Teaching Assistant

Colorado State University | Feb. 2016 - May 2016

  • - Held lab hours to aid students with Java fundamentals and problem solving



  • Colorado State University
  • Expected graduation: Winter 2018
  • Major: Computer Science
  • Minor: Mathematics

Current Courses

  • CS314: Software Engineering
  • CS356: System Security
  • CS440: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence

Courses taken

  • CS370: Operating Systems
  • CS320: Algorithms
  • CS253: Problem Solving with C++
  • MATH369: Linear Algebra
  • CS270: Computer Organization
  • CS200: Data Structures and Algorithms
  • MATH301: Combinatorics
  • CS161: Object Oriented Problem Solving
  • CS160: Foundations in Programming

Dean's List

  • 2015-2016
  • 2016-2017