Marilyn C. Cole
M.S. Computer Science, New York University, Fall 2006 - May 2008
B.S. Computer Science, Georgia Institute of Technology, Fall 1999 - May 2003
Specializations: Intelligent Systems, Theory.
Sr. Software Engineer, 2015 - current
Software Engineer, 2013 - 2015
Software Engineer in Quality, 2011 - 2013
Web Developer, 2010
Implementations Quality Analyst, 2009
Digital Insight (a division of Intuit, 2007 - 2013, now a division of NCR), Athens, Georgia
Continuing pattern of boosting efficiency and internal collaboration through great internal tools, now for our best-in-class mobile development teams and those who deliver their work to our customers.
Research Engineering Intern
Google, New York, New York, Summer 2007
Worked with Machine Learning algorithms to improve Google Local data for GOOG-411.
Micro Office, Inc., New York, NY, Fall 2006 - Spring 2008
Indepently drove automated scheduling tools and contract creation algorithms using Perl, XSLT, and PostgreSQL for an exciting start-up.
Livewire, Inc. (now Nagra), Atlanta, GA, Fall 2003 - Spring 2006
Embedded real-time systems development with ANSI C. MPEG decoding, graphics manipulation, and hardware communications were all managed and organized within major time and space restrictions.
New York University, New York, New York, Summer 2008
Developed curriculum, gave lectures, and supervised labs for a pilot course introducing computer science and computer music to some great young students in middle and high school with aptitude in math and music.
Teaching Assistant, V22.0310-001 and 002: Basic Algorithms and Basic Algorithms Honors
New York University, New York, New York, Spring 2007
Walked students through rigorous in-class demonstrations of understanding algorithms in tree and graph theory, dynamic programming, and sorting complexity.
Instructor, Impossible Problems (2007) and Will Computers Ever Understand
cSplash, a Math and CS Festival for High School Students, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, NYU
Taught courses and assisted with the website, data, and logistics for a large scale math and CS weekend event. cSplash was inspired in part by the MIT Splash program.
Capabilities of AI and Machine Learning, Theoretical Computer Science, Graph Theory, Algorithms, Exemplary Teaching (particularly in Computer Science and Math), Encouraging Female Interest in CS.
Association of Computer Machinery (ACM), University of Georgia: PR representative and webmaster, 2009.
ACM-W, University of Georgia: Secretary and member, 2009.
Women in Computing, New York University: Active member and tutor, 2006-8.
ACM, New York University: Secretary and active member, 2006-8.
Women's Resource Center, Georgia Institute of Technology: Active volunteer and performer, 2002-4.
National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Georgia Institute of Technology: Technology chair and active member, 2001-3.