Currently, I work at Amazon building customer-obsessed solutions to continually drive logistical improvement. Over the course of my career, I have built an expertise in the development of web sites and their supporting back ends. In school, computer science was something that I worked at from a young age, in time I became proficient. My first objective is to branch out into tutoring high school and collegiate students on computer science. Secondly, I would like to help everyone who has a concept in-mind, bring it to life on the web.
Wyatt A. Reid
BSBA, Information Systems • December 2015
Web Development Engineer II• July '17 - Present
Senior Business Analyst• May '16 - July '17
Technology Consultant• January '16 - May '16
Internal Technology Intern • Summer '14 & '15
I have a broad skillset in business and software development.
FantasyNow was a project to create an AngularJS front-end to display and analyze NFL statistics. It was developed in Python on the WebApp2 Framework. The project became defunct because of the expenses involved with retrieving and licensing granular sports data.Back End Development, Web Development, Data Structures, AngularJS
TicketSource was my first academic web application. It prototyped a platform that Ohio State students could use to buy and sell Buckeye tickets. It was written for the ASP .NET MVC Framework using C#.Web Development, ASP.NET
Flight & Metadata Tracking and Analysis has been my focus over the past year at Amazon. This consists of developing systems on AWS to do just that.Systems Development, AWS, Full-Stack Development, Process Engineering
LogBadge is a system used at Google to monitor all badging at Google's Worldwide Techstops. The need to monitor the badges came from root-cause analysis which showed that untimely badges weren't being caught. Ultimately, these untimely badges led to a bad customer experience. Which could then be proactively monitored and fixed. LogBadge was the first web application that I developed and ignited the passion. It was completed using the WebApp2 framework and written in Python; hosted on the Google Cloud Platform.Web Development, Customer Service, Process Improvement
Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven't found it yet, keep looking. Don't settle. As with all matters of the heart, you'll know when you find it.Steve Jobs
Contact me for job opportunities, tutoring, computer science questions, or just to say hi.