I am a third year Software Engineering major at Rochester Institute of Technology. In addition to a BS in Software Engineering, I am minoring in Web Design & Development and Computing Security. I'm currently on co-op at Fujifilm. My interests include gaming, software development, tinkering, reading, dance and biking. I am a member of several clubs and organizations on campus such as RIT Honors program, RC3, RIT Gay Alliance, and the Women in Computing Allies program.
- Third year student at Rochester Institute of Technology
- Bachelors of Science in Software Engineering 2020
- Member of the RIT Honors Program
- Minors - Web Development and Computing Security
- GPA – 3.4
On co-op at Fujifilm this fall to do Full Stack development work on their Photo Kiosk team. I’ve been doing a lot of C# work as well as working on their embedded NodeJS apps.
Spent the summer of 2017 working for Nanometer Lighting. I was hired as the Principle Software Engineer, and in additon to building a product selector and product ID generator for their website, my job also included working with people at the Department of Transportation to design lightshows for New York's Kosciuszko bridge.
- My Duties included:
- - Development of React webapps to replace Nanometer Lighting's product page. Information about products is located on a flask server in a SQLAlchemy database, hosted on heroku
- - Developing a tempory network on the Kosciuszko Bridge, and designed months of light shows
- - Miscellaneous networking and the development of a fileserver for the office
I did full-stack development work for Kassen Co, a YCombinator funded startup that created a lab information management system for medical Marijuana testing laboratories
Ran and managed the CS lab for honors students. I maintained the network and computers and handled support requests. As we've changed locations this year, I'm managed the migration.
Worked in Vendor Risk Management at New York Community Bancorp. I automated some data entry, did some basic web design and helped the company transition from a 20,000 line spreadsheet to an online risk management system.
Hired by a the Garden City Union Free School District to upgrade and replace old computers across 7 schools in the district. This included physical maintenance as well as imaging and networking the new computers.
Designed, Implemented and administrated a fully functional network in Kreon’s new factory/office complex in Bethpage, NY.
A new pet project of mine, Not about the Destination allows a user to find the Long Island Railroad train headed to any station within a radius the soonest, using the Metropolitan Transportation Authority developer API. As there are 4 train stations equidistant from my hometown, I wanted an easier way to figure out a route home, then having to look up train times for each station on the poorly designed LIRR website. Check back here for a demo, once I've made more progress!
I created a web app that prompts for a users credentials with SweetAlert, and pulls their dining transaction data using RITs Dining Services API with Selenium with phantomJS. This data is put in a JSON file which is parsed and added into a database created and controled with SQLAlcemy and flask. The data is then requested by a basic webpage through a series of ajax requests and modeled with a series of c3 graphs. The database and site are hosted using Heroku's cloud application platform. The app can be found at http://dining.stefanmarchhart.com
Cat facts is a fun little python script that will send cat facts to a friends phone. It uses the catfacts-api to fetch a list of Cat Facts, and uses the twillio web service to send the texts.
Healthnet is a Hospital information management system, I made with my SWEN-261 group. It was a massive, semester long project, and through it, we learned a lot about django, and how to work in a group.