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Dominic A. Ottaviano II • (575) 208-4171
-U.S. Citizen-


Georgia Tech graduate seeking a full time position in the computer engineering field for a company whose mission includes, but is not limited to, electrical and embedded design, providing me with an opportunity to apply and grow my technical skills.


2013—2015     Georgia Institute of TechnologyAtlanta, GA

B.S. Computer Engineering

  • Overall GPA: 3.14

2010—2012     Southern Polytechnic State UniversityMarietta, GA

Regents' Engineering Transfer to Georgia Tech for Computer Engineering.

  • Overall GPA: 3.36


  • Experience using microcontrollers in real world projects using various sensors and mechanical outputs as well as implementing control systems logic.
  • Familiar with controller protocols including SPI, I2C, Serial/UART, and many more.
  • Exposure to Software Defined Networking and various networking protocols including OSPF, BGP, and others on Cisco and Juniper systems.
  • Experience with C/C++, PHP, HTML, and MATLAB with exposure to VHDL, SQL, and CSS.
  • Proficient with both Windows and Linux OS. As well as Linux server distros.
  • Capable in production software suites including Eagle, Keil uVision, Code Composer Studio, Photoshop, After Effects, Premiere, and Acrobat as well as the Microsoft Office software suite.


2016-Present     Paranoia Quest Atlanta, GA

Puzzle Designer

  • Used microcontrollers to meet design requirements of many puzzles. Designed C/C++ firmware to control various props creating an immersive user experience.
  • Developed a C# software suite that enables the operators to view and manage the customers as they interact with and explore the escape rooms. Created a set of virtualized servers that provide authentication and handle requests for information as well as keeping information on all machines in sync.
2015     Georgia Institute of TechnologyAtlanta, GA

Worker Saftey and Monitoring System

  • Designed a system for real time tracking of a variable sized array of node devices.
  • Consisted of several modules including a GPS, microcontroller, and wireless transceiver.
  • Developed firmware in C/C++ for an ARM MCU embedded in a custom designed PCB.


Jan-2017—Present     Paranoia QuestBuford, GA

Computer/Electrical Engineer

  • Devloped C/C++ firmware for microcontrollers to provide logic and control to various puzzles and interactive props.
  • Create a C# software suite for staff to manage the customer's experience.
  • Setup and managed the company network systems using virtualized Linux servers. Provided RADIUS authentication for both network and application access. Centralized all information to keep software on all company terminals in sync.

2013—2017     Help U PublishersLawrenceville, GA

Electronic Publishing Specialist

  • Prepared books for digital and print distribution on a variety of eBook readers.
  • Created and modified graphic content for many publications using Adobe Photoshop, After Effects, and Premiere Pro.

2011—2013     Metro Atlanta YMCAMarietta, GA

Membership Sales Associate