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  2. % Medium Length Graduate Curriculum Vitae
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  10. % Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
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  14. % Daniel L Marks <xleafr@gmail.com> 3/28/2015
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  18. % .tex file. The res.cls file provides the resume style used for structuring the
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  54. \begin{document}
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  57. %   NAME AND ADDRESS SECTION
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  59. \name{Youssef Hussein Abd El-Salam}
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  61. % Note that addresses can be used for other contact information:
  62. % -phone numbers
  63. % -email addresses
  64. % -linked-in profile
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  66. \address{\\LinkedIn : www.linkedin.com/in/youssefhussein
  67. %\\Github : https://www.github.com/Aneesh540\\
  68. }
  69. \address{youssef.hussein42@gmail.com \\(+20) 1553126905\\}
  70.  
  71. % Uncomment to add a third address
  72. %\address{Address 3 line 1\\Address 3 line 2\\Address 3 line 3}
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  74.  
  75. \begin{resume}
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  78. %   EDUCATION SECTION
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  80. \section{OBJECTIVE}
  81. {\sl Seeking a position as a *postion applied for* Intern in order to employ my abilities, skills and experience gained through relevant educational background and projects to contribute to the ongoing success of *company name*. }
  82. \newline
  83. \section{EDUCATION}
  84. {2017--Present(2022) }\newline{Bachelor of Science}\newline{Computer Science and Communications Department}\newline{Faculty of Engineering, Alexandria  University, Egypt}\newline{{\textbf{Overall GPA} -- 3.71/4.00}}
  85.  
  86. \newline
  87.  
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  89. %   COMPUTER SKILLS SECTION
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  91. \section{TECHNICAL\\SKILLS}
  92.  
  93.  
  94. \textbf{Programming Languages: }
  95. \\
  96. \textbullet{ C: \textit{Advanced}}
  97. \hspace{1cm} \textbullet{ C++: \textit{Intermediate}}
  98. \\
  99. \textbullet{ Java: \textit{Advanced}}
  100. \hspace{5.5mm} \textbullet{ Python: \textit{Limited}}
  101. \\
  102. \textbf{Markup Languages:}
  103. \\
  104. \textbullet{ XML: \textit{Good}}
  105. \hspace{1.25cm}\textbullet{ HTML: \textit{Limited}}
  106. \\
  107. \textbf{General : }
  108. \\
  109. \textbullet{ Algorithm Techniques: \textit{Intermediate}}
  110. \hspace{0.5cm}
  111. \textbullet{ Object Oriented Programming: \textit{Proficient}}
  112. \\
  113. \textbullet{ Java and C++ Data Structures: \textit{Proficient}}
  114. \newline
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  117. \begin{format}
  118. \title{l}\\
  119. \dates{l}\location{r}\\
  120. \body\\
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  123.  
  124. \section{PROJECTS}
  125. \employer{LNMIIT}
  126. \location{}
  127. \title{\textbf{Fruit Ninja\hfill May 2019}
  128. }
  129. \begin{position}
  130. % \begin{itemize}
  131. Java based recreation of the well known mobile game during Programming II course. Object-oriented model was designed and OOP concepts were applied. Different types of fruit fly across the screen and the user tries to slice them using the mouse cursor, avoiding exploding bombs. Numerous design patterns were used like factory, singleton, command, memento and strategy.
  132. % \end{itemize}
  133. \end{position}
  134.  
  135. \employer{LNMIIT}
  136. \location{}
  137. \title{\textbf{River Crossing Puzzle \hfill April 2019}
  138. }
  139. \begin{position}
  140. % \begin{itemize}
  141. Java based two-dimensional puzzle game created in Pogramming II course. Object-oriented model was designed for the game with different OOP concepts applied. Various stories and level difficulties. In order to win, the user has to follow the level's instructions. DOM parser was used for writing and XML for reading from files.
  142. % \end{itemize}
  143. \end{position}
  144.  
  145. \employer{LNMIIT}
  146. \location{}
  147. \title{\textbf{Commuting Application \hfill March 2019}
  148. }
  149. \begin{position}
  150. % \begin{itemize}
  151. A very simple application in Programming II course. Used by different users, customers to book their tickets and means of transportation, managers to create/delete/edit trips and assign them to drivers, and drivers to check trips assigned to them. In addition, files were used to read/write information.
  152. % \end{itemize}
  153. \end{position}
  154.  
  155. \employer{LNMIIT}
  156. \location{}
  157. \title{\textbf{Spell Checker \hfill April 2019}
  158. }
  159. \begin{position}
  160. % \begin{itemize}
  161. A C implementation of an English/Spanish/Italian/German spell checking system in Data Structures I course. Based on a binary search tree to store the words randomly. User types a sentence and each word is checked for. If a word is misspelt, three suggestions are printed, leaf node/predecessor/successor.
  162. % \end{itemize}
  163. \end{position}
  164.  
  165. \newline
  166. \section{RELEVANT\\COURSES}
  167. \par
  168. \normalfont{ \textbullet{} Programming II(Java) -- 4.00/4.00(A)}
  169. \hspace{1cm}
  170. \normalfont{\textbullet{} Data Structures I(C/C++) -- 4.00/4.00(A+)}
  171. \newline
  172. \normalfont{\textbullet{} Computer Programming(Basic C) -- 3.70/4.00(A-)}
  173. \\
  174. \normalfont{ \textbullet{} Programming I(Advanced C) -- 4.00/4.00(A+)}
  175. \\
  176. \normalfont{\textbullet{} Discrete Structures for Computing -- 4.00/4.00(A+)}
  177.  
  178.  
  179. %-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
  180.  
  181.  
  182. \end{resume}
  183. \(\)\end{document}
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