Harry S. Shamansky harry.shamansky@yale.edu


Education
Yale University, New Haven, CT
Bachelor's Degree in Computing and the Arts, expected May 2016
Yale's Computing and the Arts major allows students to combine a traditional Computer Science major with Theater Studies topics and provides an interdisciplinary option that spans two fields of interest to me.

The Wellington School, Columbus, OH
Diploma, June 2012
Awards/Honors: summa cum laude, National Merit Finalist, Wellington Thespian Society, Ohio Foreign Language Association Award of Excellence

Experience
Pinterest, Software Engineering Intern
June 2015-August 2015

Aware Mobile App, Lead iOS Developer
June 2014-present
  • Currently building an iOS application and API from the ground up
  • Aware will empower victims of sexual assault to report crime and access university resources
  • Recently awarded a Columbia University grant

PlayOn! Sports Network, iOS Intern
June 2013-August 2013, May 2014-July 2014
  • Fixed bugs and implemented new features in Digital Scout's Football and Basketball Statware apps
  • Refactored Football Statware to use a shared codebase common to all sports
  • Created "practice mode" in both apps to introduce coaches to the interface


Skills
Technology
Swift, Objective-C, Git, C99, SQL, PHP, HTML 5, CSS 3, Bootstrap
Xcode, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Dreamweaver

Theater
Consoles: ETC Eos/Ion, ETC Element, ETC Obsession I/II, ETC Express
Software: Vectorworks 2015, Lightwright 5, QLab 3, Lightwave 3D

Activities
Out for Undergrad, Tech Conference Campus Ambassador
March 2015-present
  • Responsible for personally promoting the Out for Undergrad Tech Conference
  • Currently reaching out to LGBTQ students in computer science-related fields

Yale oSTEM, Organizer
Fall 2015

Yale Dramatic Association, Company Member
September 2012-present

The Wellington School, Gay-Straight Alliance President
September 2011-June 2012
  • Started an LGBTQ affinity group after previous hiatus
  • Worked with school leadership to adopt gender-neutral language on forms
  • Encouraged the board of trustees to add gender identity and expression to the non-discrimination policy