Nick Rodriguez

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Software Engineer

Entry-level programmer with a passion for software development and problem-solving. Seeking a challenging position in a fast-paced environment where I can use my skills to make a positive impact.
Skills: Python, Swift, HTML/CSS, SQL, AWS, Linux Server, Restful API, Hosting Web Applications, Manage DNS, GitHub
Paris, France (U.S. Citizen)
Nick Rodriguez


Personal data storage platform with statistical feedback to measure user tendencies.
Technologies used: Swift, Python, HTML/CSS, restful API, and MySQL database.
Apple App Store search: What Sticks 12.
Lead the conversion of 'Open Mindset', a Python-based multi-platform application, into Xcode. Actively contributed to codebase enhancements and bug fixes, leading to successful pull requests; played a pivotal role in the deployment process for the Apple App Store.
Technologies used: Python, Xcode, Github, kivy-ios toolchain.
Apple App Store search: open mindset.
Interface built for Kinetic Metrics to merge National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA) Recalls and Investigation data with their internal research.
Technologies used: Flask Python, HTML/CSS and SQLite database.

Work Experience

Freelance Software Engineer
2020 - Present
Built various products in attempt to get users and other freelance work.
US Department of Navy Economist
2012 - 2020
In my latest role I was an integral part of a small team modernizing the Navy’s negotiating tactics - using large data model of millions of parts to contest and negotiate contractor proposal estimates. Built and modified large data models. Industry analysis forecasting price growth. Developed indices used Navy wide to estimate cost growth and ultimately used in US Federal budget.
ICF International Economist
2009 - 2012
Forecasted electricity markets using ICF International's proprietary linear program model of US electricity markets. I led in various modeling preparation efforts, contributed to the analysis of results, and wrote reports. Client projects included power plant valuations, energy price forecasts, market share forecasts, and various other indicators. Contributed to testing of model upgrade to .net framework.
HDR Economist
2007 - 2008
Modeled cost and risk of public infrastructure projects.
Department of Energy (Energy Information Administration) Economist
2005 - 2007
Assisted data collection of electricity retail sales. Worked on special projects analyzing the impact of "deregulation" of US wholesale and retail electricity markets.


BA and MA Economics George Mason University (Fairfax, VA)