About Me

My name is Matt Struble, and I am a TensorFlow certified Machine Learning and Computer Vision engineer.

Software first impacted my life at a very young age with video games. I knew from then that I wanted to create that same wonder and inspiration I experienced growing up. Being able to impact reality always seemed like a distant dream, until my first programming class in High School. There, I realized that I could make my dream into a reality, and that I wanted nothing more than to continually focus my skills towards creating a lasting impact on the world.

I started out with a degree in Game Programming, and a minor in Mathematics, which exposed me to building large high-performance software packages. Pretty regularly I’m able to apply game programming patterns to enterprise code bases to improve both scalability and performance. Now with a Masters in Machine Learning and Robotics, the opportunity to create new experiences for others is everywhere. Whether it’s analyzing data, developing intelligent models, or creating quick apps to make my friends laugh, I’m continually working towards improving my skills and creating a positive impact for others.

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Programming Skills

Java

90%

Python

80%

C++

75%

SQL

70%

Other Skills

OpenCV

85%

Tensorflow

75%

MATLAB

70%

Unity

65%

Mission Critical Software Engineer, Draper, MA

Mar. 2019 — Present

Developed software package to enable data analysis on flight systems in order to improve GNC algorithms.

Senior Software Engineer, Raytheon, MA

Oct. 2018 — Mar. 2019

Implemented signal processing algorithms and time critical control functions, along with direct control of sensor systems, within radar software applications.

Software Engineer, Netnumber, MA

Jan. 2017 — Oct. 2018

Improved performance and capabilities of SS7 signaling protocols to fit the needs of customers in emerging markets.

Lead Software Engineer, General Dynamics, MA

Aug. 2016 — Dec. 2017

Performed scope and cost analysis for software deliverables in order to update the low-level C drivers for the electric drive motor on the LSV2 upgrade.

Aerospace Software Engineer, General Dynamics, MA

May 2016 — Aug. 2016

Processed data in real time for GNC Algorithms and post-test analysis.

Software Engineer, General Dynamics, MA

Jun. 2015 — May 2016

Designed training software for naval physical security systems.

Continuous Improvement Student Worker, Pfizer, CT

May 2014 — Dec. 2014

Developed applications for both the Raspberry Pi and Google Glass to improve workflow and efficiency within Pfizer.