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Hi! My name's JT Salisbury, I'm a fifth-year computer engineering major with a passion for software development. I look to use my skills in learning and problem solving, along with my competencies in programming, to make a meaningful and long-lasting impact.
About
Education
I'm currently pursuing my bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering with a minor in Computer Science, set to graduate in the Spring of 2021.
Involvement
Outside of classes, I am currently serving as President for our chapter of Mortar Board and am heavily involved in our local ACM chapter. Additionally, I am a four-time organizer and two-time Logistics lead for our hackathon, RevolutionUC.
Interests
In my free time, I enjoy expanding my programming skillset, gaming, and binge-watching Netflix. I also enjoy organizing RevolutionUC, the University of Cincinnati's 24-hour hackathon (largest in Cincinnati!)
Projects
Experience

Timeframe

I spent one rotation with American Express in the summer of 2020.

Responsibilities

  • Designed and developed API microservice using Java EE to manage Jira tickets as a full member of a scrum team
  • Modeled service to be abstract and configurable, allowing for easy transition between ticket platforms such as Jira
  • Integrated service with MongoDB and Kafka to store ticket metadata and send messages on status change
  • Implemented ticket polling to automatically update database records with locking support for scalability

Timeframe

I spent one rotation with Siemens Digital Industries Software in the fall of 2019.

Responsibilities

  • Contributed to the development of Siemens’ first cloud-based simulation solution as a member of an international scrum team.
  • Collaborated to design and architect components used in the application’s core user interface.
  • Developed front-end application code with JavaScript and AngularJS utilizing Node.js
  • Received Professional Scrum Master I Certification

Timeframe

I spent three rotations with BMW in fall of 2017, summer of 2018 and spring of 2019.

Responsibilities

  • Collaborated with colleagues to implement a new standard for Work Organization on the assembly floor.
  • Assisted full-time VPS Integrators in training process supporters and section leaders on the new Work Organization.
  • Collaborated with co-workers and departments to design and create web applications for use by associates.
  • Responsible for driving and maintaining meeting structures, along with recording events and action items.
  • Developed data analytics tools to comprehensively view trends in data.
  • Recorded fault data for various automated systems, compiling it to effective and complete visuals.
  • Performed weekly audits of the assembly floor to ensure compliance to 6S Standards.
  • Improved work order request system through Microsoft SharePoint for use by the Value-Added Production workshop.
  • Incorporated new ways to improve safety and quality on the assembly floor through Poka Yoke solutions.

Contact

Interested in getting to know me? Check me out at the following places!

Email

Shoot me an email at salisbjh@mail.uc.edu

GitHub

Visit my GitHub page

LinkedIn

Connect with me on LinkedIn