HI! I'm Ishwar Agarwal

Dreamer | Developer | Entrepreneur

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My Story

I am a junior at Berea College from Bangladesh and am currently working towards a B.A. in Computer Science and Mathematics. At Berea College, I work as Student Programmer building web applications in an effort to make administrative work more efficient. My passions and interests center around technology, entrepreneurship, innovation, and human-centered design.

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Skills

Things I know.

Angular2
60%
Python
70%
C/C++
40%
Ruby
30%
HTML
100%
CSS
80%
JavaScript
80%
PHP
50%
SQL
50%
RESTFul Api
75%
MATLAB
50%

Experience

Where I worked.

May 2016 - Present

Co-Lead Teaching Assistantmore_vert

Berea College

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Berea College

Manage a team of 18 Teaching Assistants, organize weekly departmental meetings and assist faculty in managing data structures course and tutor students in the weekly lab for a class of 53 students

August 2015 - Present

Student Programmermore_vert

Berea College

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Berea College

Design and develop 3 web applications used by 1600+ students and 300+ faculty and staff at Berea College working within a team of 8 students to make administrative workflow more efficient and reduce costs by $20,000

May 2016 - July 2016

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Interapt

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Interapt

Built the client-side of a single-page web application to handle employee information more securely using Angular 2 framework by creating user access control, and reducing human errors.

February 2013 - May 2015

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BookShopBD.com

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BookShopBD.com

Co-founded and co-developed an online bookstore startup in Bangladesh and remotely managed website and business operations of the store.

education

Where I studied.

2014 - 2018

Bachelors of Artsmore_vert

Berea College

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Berea College

Currently completing my bachelors degree in Computer Science and Mathematics.

2011 - 2013

A Levelmore_vert

European Standard School

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European Standard School

Achieved A's in A Level Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics.

PORTFOLIO

What I made.

FUN FACTS

What I like to do.

restaurant
Cook
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Read
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Music
memory
Hack
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Travel
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Bike

Blog

Yes, I have a blog. My recent posts.

Using Arduino Pro Mini as a low power consuming platform

I’m almost midway in my embedded system course where, as a class, we are designing temperature and humidity sensor(THS) for Pine Mountain Settlement School(PMSS). Last week, we had the opportunity to meet Geoff, executive director of PMSS, and ask various questions to deconstruct all the ideas to build this THS.

Battery vs. Power adapter for Arduino sensor

In our Embedded systems class, we are designing and manufacturing Temperature and Humidity sensors (TH Sensor) for Pine Mountain Settlement School (PMSS) . After a group of students investigated the site for potential clues about how to go about designing the sensor, we are faced with an interesting challenge. How should we power our sensor? Batteries or Power Adapters? What kind of network communication links should we use? WiFi or Radio Links? Since there are many possibilities and challenges we came up with a conjecture: “Designing the sensor for battery and wifi is the simplest most direct pathway to solving PMSS SC.”

Hacking the Jeep

I was not surprised to see the video where two hackers Charlie and Chris remotely hijacked an SUV. In fact, I had seen many similar videos. But what stood out to me most was the vulnerability of our software resulting in life-threating situations like having a jeep hacked in the middle of the highway while you are driving. 

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