Javier Cuan-Martinez
Interactive Resume

Hi there!

I am a hard-worker with an eye for perfection and a people-oriented person who enjoys engaging with others in a team. When I'm not studying for my classes, I like to work-out and play on my alto-saxophone (not at the same time). If life permits, my friends and I go into Boston to have a good time and take in the sights.

Javier Cuan-Martinez
21 years
English, Spanish, German

"To be free! To be my own master. Such a thing would be greater than all the magic and all the treasures in the world!"
- Genie (Aladdin)

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Harvard University
Sept. 2014 - May 2018

A.B. Candidate in Computer Science
I am an undergraduate student who loves playing in the university band and eating fiery wings at the student pub. After taking the Introduction to Computer Science course, I realized that I wanted to dedicate my life to programming.

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June 2017 - Aug. 2017

Software Developer Intern
I worked on the SQL Server on Linux Security team but worked independently from the team with the exception of weekly scrum meetings with my manager to discuss progress. I developed a local, real-time user authentication system for SQL Server on Linux in C++ that allowed Linux users to automatically authenticate themselves on an instance of SQL Server. This saves users time and effort in retrieving their permissions on a given database. I also learned C++, SQL Server, and security without any prior experience.

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Japan Digital Archives
Oct. 2014 - Jan. 2017

Web Developer
I maintained and managed a multi-paged website that is built on Javascript, HTML/CSS, and the Twig framework and has over 2000 active users. I also provided support while eliminating bugs and adding extra features, such as optimizing the search engine, data scraping, and database maintenance.

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innogy, Germany
June 2016 - July 2016

Data Visualizations and Systems Analyst
I was part of a team that used the JavaScript D3 library to create visualizations to find patterns within energy-use data. These patterns were used to determine energy usage, make improvements and manage electricity in the Ruhr Valley in Germany.

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Harvard Computer Society
Sept. 2014 - Dec. 2017

I spearheaded the establishment of HCS's first successful membership system and community outreach program. I also manage HCS, a club with funds reaching over $40,000 and email list servers that span over 4000 students on campus. Negotiating sponsorship deals with external companies, such as Microsoft and Google, is also a major aspect of my job.


"The problem is not the problem. The problem is your attitude about the problem."
- Captain Jack Sparrow (Pirates of the Caribbean)














"In every job that must be done, there is an element of fun."
- Mary Poppins (Mary Poppins)

This interactive resume was built from scratch using CSS, HTML, and Javascript

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Through the Eyes of a Survivor

Through the Eyes of a Survivor

Understanding the epidemic of sexual assault on American college campuses: a project for Harvard's Data Visualization course built using Javascript's D3 library

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Light Blue

Light Blue

A Chess AI built in Python that recommends chess moves according to the specific configuration of the board

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Crimson Flush

Crimson Flush

Using Android Studios, I developed an Android app that locates bathrooms within Harvard University's main yard.

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HCS Newsletter

HCS Newsletter

Using HTML and CSS, I created interactive newsletters that were distributed to everyone on our mailing-lists.



Implemented Strassen's, Prim's, and Heuristic Randomness Algorithms in different computing languages that range from Python to C.
(Please let me know if you would like the links to the code)

Fruit Frontier

Fruit Frontier

Computer game that was built using Python's Pygame library

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"Oh, yes, the past can hurt. But the way I see it, you can either run from it or learn from it."
- Rafiki (The Lion King)

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July 2017

Before the Degree: Meet America's Future Leaders
Out of a pool of other ProMazo partners, I was selected to be featured in a summer content series that highlighted exceptional students and their achievements at universities across the country.
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Modo Labs Appathon
Oct. 2016

1st Place National Winner
While working in a team with three other people, I developed the filtering algorithm for BLISS: a mental illness app designed to help students at Harvard find the proper aid they need. I used the Modo Labs app platform to construct the app, which consisted of Javascript and HTML/CSS. We won 1st place out of the ten teams at Harvard and two other universities.
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Computer Science 171: Data Visualizations
Nov. 2016

Data to Make a Difference: 1st Place Final Project
While working on a team with 3 others, I developed the design and visualizations for our final project: Through the Eyes of a Survivor (see Projects for implementation details). The project was given 1st place out of twenty other projects.
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Ruhr Fellowship

Ruhr Fellowship
June 2016

Honorary Member
Out of a pool of 100 students, I was chosen to work in a team on tech projects that helped manage electricity in the Ruhr Valley in Germany.
News Article

Data to Make a Difference

Edison International
April 2014

Edison Scholar
Each year, Edison International selects thirty STEM-bound high school seniors for a $40,000 scholarship. I was selected to be an Edison Scholar for computer science.
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"One for the money, two for the show, three because uh - uh, comes before four, and here we go!"
- Tigger (Winnie the Pooh)