Sharone Dabo 0586653123
Programmer [email protected]
September 2016 – March 2021: Full Stack developer at ExLibris
Responsible for the design and development of a web-based Java application for academic and national libraries.
Programming languages: C++ - C# - JAVA – REACT – NODE.JS
Workspaces: Eclipse, Oracle, Visual studio, Wireshark, android studio, pl/sql,
Computer architecture, operating systems, real-time
Object oriented programming, Logic and functional programming (lisp, prolog), assembly
WPF, Windows Form, HTML, PHP, SQlite, MySql
2021 : Full Stack course – Yaniv Arad – React, Node.Js, express, mongoDb
2013- 2016: BA in computer science in Merkaz Academy Lev (Campus Tal)
Average in programming courses: 93
2015- 2016: Third year of a bachelor in computer science – Besancon University in France (Open University) I was seeking a different approach to computer science - desire to expand my knowledge
2012- 2015: BA in foreign language and culture, Specialized in Hebrew – Lorraine University in France (Open University)
2010- 2012: High School diploma, Baccalauréat with honors very well – Ozar Hatorah in France
Specialized in Mathematics, Life science and Physics
Java Project: Developed an android application.
C# Project: Developed a car rental company’s management system.
Design Patterns: Observer, Singleton, Factory Method. Working with XML files. UI (Windows Form). Exposing functionality of the application on the network using WCF.
C++ Project: Developed a file organization system.
Using « TRIE trees » database, indexation and research of files, UI (WPF).
PL/SQL Project: Oracle Database management project.
COBOL Project: Building a compiler from the language jack to hack
COBOL language was not learned in classroom at all, autonomous exploration of this language
Very serious, ambitious, hard-working and self-motivated
A talent for self-study, even a new programming language
Capacity to work in a team and under pressure
Languages: French, Hebrew, English
Next year: I will learn a master’s degree in computer sciences at the Open University in France
Work experience: giving private lessons in computer programming