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Sebastian Webster

Curriculum Vitae

SEBASTIAN WEBSTER
41 Manor Road, Keyworth, Nottingham, NG12 5GP
(0115) 9376987 / 07547245539
miniwebbo@hotmail.com
Profile
A self-motivated, reliable and honest Software Engineering student with fifteen months experience as a
developer. Possesses great team work, communication skills and initiative, as well as being a flexible and quick
learner. Enjoys developing software and learning about new techniques and technologies, and is striving each
day to improve both as a person and as a developer.
Technical and Other Skills
 C++(11)/C#(.NET 2.0 to 4.5)/Java
 SQL/Transact-SQL
 HTML/CSS/ASP.net
 JavaScript/jQuery
 Source Control (Microsoft TFS/BitBucket)







Visual Studio (2005/2010/2013)
Android Studio
NetBeans
MS Office and Project
Windows XP/7

Dedication – Dedication is one of my stronger assets, and is shown through my punctuality and willingness to
do additional hours at my job. This is part of the reason for me being asked by a manager at Sainsbury’s to
return for a second time as a part-time employee.
Team Work – I had to work in a group for a module at university, where I had to meet deadlines and complete
a mobile application accompanied by a report. As team leader, this meant I had to make sure members were
completing work and helping those who required it. The team work here was demonstrated by the 1 st class
grade I received.
Problem Solving – My problem solving ability improved a lot especially throughout my placement year where
the various projects I was involved with required problem solving skills, for example developing a way to
update handheld scanner applications from a remote location.
Field Experience
Placement Software Engineer: NSK Europe (2014-2015)
For fifteen months I was the placement student at NSK Europe where my duties were to primarily develop and
maintain software for a warehouse using C#, ASP.net and Microsoft SQL Server.












Develop and Maintained Software to support warehouse operations and increase productivity
Produced systems to address problems in international locations including Germany and Poland
Refactored existing code/Modified Databases
Converted existing applications from VB.net to C#
Writing technical documentation to support developed/modified applications
Provided first line hardware and software troubleshooting and setup
Liaised with couriers and external companies
Assisted I.S department with PC replacement of roughly 40 PCs
Assisted the technical architect for Europe with a database server migration
Provided technical support and assistance for colleagues from Holland during a stock movement
Travelled to Italy to help with the installation of a Label printing system

Projects
Dreamteam Application
I am assisting with the running of a private football fantasy league using theSun’s dreamtime platform, and
have created a piece of software to assist with the running of that league. The application assists with
gathering data and uses that data to weekly and quarterly winners, and provides updates to the 129 people in
the league to a Facebook using the Graph API.

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Sebastian Webster

Curriculum Vitae

Education
Software Engineering BSc (Hons): Nottingham Trent University (2012-2016)
1st Year
Key Modules
My first year introduced me to the foundations of computing and the
System Analysis and Design
analysis and design phases of the development lifecycle. The year gave
Computer Tech. and Maths
me a good grounding in computer science, as well as teaching me
Computer Science
programming with half a year’s worth of Python and C++.
Programming
2nd Year - Overall Grade: 2.1
The second year improved my C++ knowledge through two modules, one
of which introduced me how to test software and develop in a team
environment using revision control software, while others introduced me
to Java, C# and ASP.net and SQL. I was involved in a group project where I
created a mobile application and report. It very testing as we lost three
group members, but really developed my time management skills due to
the additional work load.

Key Modules
Software Design and
Implementation
Database Engineering
Software Engineering
Internet Application
Programming
Systems Software

3rd Year – Predicted High 2.1
I am predicting a high 2.1 grade for my third year, but am pushing for a
1st. There are modules that will teach me about Android development, a
group project focused on advanced analysis and design, and software
engineering with C++ programming. My final year project I will be creating
a system in C# to help with the tracking and auditing of safety devices
within a warehouse environment, which will entail the development of a
desktop and mobile application as well as an SQL database.

Key Modules
Advanced Analysis and
Design
Advanced Software
Engineering
Mobile Platform
Development

BTEC National Diploma in IT Practitioners: South Nottingham College (2010-2012)
Achieved Distinction, Distinction, Distinction.
BTEC First Diploma in IT Practitioners: New College Nottingham (2009-2010)
Achieved Distinction* and three Functional Skills awards in Maths, English and ICT.
Work Experience
Customer Service Assistant: Sainsbury’s Local (2011-2014, 2015-Present)
For the second time I am working part-time at a local Sainsbury’s after being asked by a manager to return. I
am known as a very hard worker by all the team leaders and have even been recommended for a team leader
position.
 Assisting customers at checkouts and on shop floor
 Replenishing stock
 Counting/Re-ordering stock
 Managing money (removing money from tills and placing in safe, counting off tills at night)
 Leading shop staff by delegating tasks and ensuring quality is maintained
Course Representative: NTU Computer Science Cluster (2015-2016)
I am a course representative for the year, my duties for this mainly are to gather feedback from students on
my course cluster, and relay that information to the course leaders or directly in semester based meetings
with the council.
Hobbies & Interests
 Developing software for personal projects and playing online games.
 Watching and playing sports, particularly football, golf and pool. I have been in football teams and
even captained my school team cup finals.
 Going to my local gym to exercise and keep fit.
References available upon request

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