Computer Engineering (B.Sc.)
Istanbul Technical University, 2013 - 2019 June (expected)
Istanbul Technical University,
2013 - 2019 June (expected)
After I ranked top 0.1% among 2 million participants in the National University Entrance Exam in Turkey, I started my education at ITU.
Junior Java Developer
adesso Turkey, March 2019 - Present
March 2019 - Present
After the internship at the company, now I am a full-time working student member of the agile team. I am involved in a development of a Java Web project with Spring. As it is being an internal project, we have a chance to listen closely our customers' needs and take their feedback quickly. My responsibility includes development and maintenance of the new features and attending the daily meetings.
Technology stack: Java 8, Spring MVC, Hibernate, SQL, Maven, Java Server Pages (JSP), Java Server Faces (JSF), Primefaces, JSON, HTML / XHTML, CSS, Ajax, IntelliJ, SVN
Sınavı Yerim, July 2013 - Present
July 2013 - Present
After achieving the top 0.1% tier in the National University Entrance Exam as a regular high school (“Düz Lise” in Turkish) graduate, I started sharing my strategies with the high school students. I published more than 200 articles, reached 2,5 million page views, earned money through AdSense. Besides, I founded a startup with the same name that includes specialized effort on articles, infographics, SEO customization, mailing, marketing and sales. Since then, I am able to make money through the startup. Click here to check out Sınavı Yerim.
Android Development Intern
Istanbul Technical University, June 2018 – July 2018
Istanbul Technical University,
June 2018 – July 2018
I took a part in an innovative wearable technology project under the supervision of Asst. Prof. Gökhan İnce to develop an Android application. Even though I was not experienced with Android before, I was able to learn basics of the Android by myself in two days and started working on the mobile application within the first week of the internship. In the project, wearable sensors are attached to the knees which produce messages about the movements of the knees. The Android application acquires messages over Bluetooth and shows real-time measurements to the user. We also have a live demonstration video. Besides, my graduation project on artificial intelligence is on this topic which aims to identify the movements (walking, running, crouching) correctly. I am responsible to collect data with my knees, use pattern recognition algorithms, train and test the model.
Research Development Intern
Medianova CDN, Jan 2018 - May 2018
Jan 2018 - May 2018
As a member of the R&D team, my main responsibility was to aid the team on the specific tasks. I firstly took an integral role in the project which we have developed more efficient routing pathways via modifying shortest path algorithms. Secondly, I researched about computer communications, BGP, GPU computing, image and video compression. Thirdly, I educated myself on artificial intelligence. Further, I was preparing daily documentation about my work. Finally, I did a presentation to the colleagues, supervisors and to the CEO about my work.
Research Development Team Lead
ITU Entrepreneurship Club, Aug 2016 – Jan 2017
During my team lead, with the over 20 members, we worked together to improve the R&D activity. My responsibility included organization, planning and execution of the meetings, resolving conflicts, preparing documentation and attending the board meetings. Most of the R&D members were new to the club, though after my leading was over, almost all of them continued working voluntarily, took responsibility in the club and even lead the club. This was a remarkable experience for me, learning about my communication and leading skills. Besides, together with the entrepreneurship education I took, these were the driving force to found my startup, Sınavı Yerim.
Research Development Team Member
ITU Entrepreneurship Club, Jan 2016 – Jan 2017
When I was a member in the R&D team of the club we were gathering to find creative ideas to metamorphose the structure of the entrepreneurship club. In the each brainstorming session we banded together in different locations to get us step out of the regularity zone. We were talking for hours which led us to be familiarized with the notion of entrepreneurship over time.
I have 450 commits in the 14 open source projects on GitHub, since October 2018.
Below are the some of my favorites.