Sean Daylor

Software Engineer
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Sean Daylor

Software Engineer
  • email sean@seandaylor.com
  • language seandaylor.com
  • phone +1 (401) 855-6471
  • place Saunderstown, Rhode Island

Welcome to my website! My name is Sean Daylor, and I am a sophomore at the University of Rhode Island studying for a BS in Computer Science and a BA in Data Science, with minors in Digital Forensics and Cyber Security, where I also work for the College of Environmental and Life Sciences developing computational tools to assist in molecular biology research. I began my career and passion for software development back in middle school, when I first took a course in web design, and have since significantly expanded my knowledge and expertise, and am constantly seeking out new opportunities. I encourage you to peruse my site and welcome feedback.

demoEducation & Experience

High School
North Kingstown High School
September 2012 - June 2016

Graduated in the top 10% of my class while also partaking in wrestling and the Business, Robotics, and Computer clubs. For my senior project I re-developed the school's website.

Computer & Data Science
University of Rhode Island
September 2016 - Present

At the University of Rhode Island I am studying for a BS in Computer Science and a BA in Data Science in addition to minors in Digital Forensics and Cyber Security.

Software Engineer
University of Rhode Island
August 2016 - Februrary 2018

The Division of Student Affairs hired me as a freshman to create mobile/desktop software and websites for the Division. I also develop and maintain the University Campus Store's e-Commerce websites.

seandaylor.com
seandaylor.com
September 2016 - Present

This website is hosted on a DigitalOcean Ubuntu 16.04 VPS. I configured it for Apache Virtual Hosts, security (SSL/SFTP, mod_headers, etc), DNS records, and much more. I also freelance and have taken to pentesting for bug bounty contributions (Snapchat, Apple, Pandora).

3D Modeling/Printing Instructor
Jamestown Philomenian Library
July 2017 - September 2017

I volunteer my time to instruct both adolescent and adult classes on 3D printing and modeling using Google's SketchUp paired with MakerBot hardware.

Computational Molecular Biology
University of Rhode Island
March 2018 - Present

In March of 2018 I was hired by the College of Environmental and Life Sciences at the University of Rhode Island to develop computational tools to assist in molecular biology research, specifically contributing to and maintaining PSAMM. A gameified interactive metabolic model web application is in development using Node.js to serve as an educational tool.

demoSkills

  • HTML5 | JavaScript | Electron
  • Node.js | Express | Angular 4
  • CSS3 | SASS | Bootstrap
  • MySQL | Mongo | PostgreSQL
  • PHP | Python | Django
  • C++ | Swift
  • Version Control | Git
  • 3D Modeling / Rendering
  • cPanel | DNS Management
  • Linux (CLI) | Windows | MacOS
  • Apache | NGINX | RESTful | Websockets
  • CMS | WordPress | Drupal | inSite
  • Browser / Mobile Optimization | SEO
  • Agile SCRUM
  • React | React Native

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My Portfolio

The website you're on right now!

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Blockchain Visualizer

A web visualizer for blockchain transactions.

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Voter Database

A searchable index of the RI voter database

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Virtual PDF Catalog

A virtual catalog to display PDFs like a book, simulating 3D flipping motions

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R.A.D.

RamTech Angular Display

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I.S.C.

The Institutional Software Center

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N.K.H.S. Website

A remodel of the North Kingstown High School Website

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Campus Store Intranet

An Intranet for University of Rhode Island Campus Store Employees

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T-Shirt Form

A form for customers to submit custom t-shirt orders to the University of Rhode Island's campus store

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RamTech

A satellite store of the University's Campus Store

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RamsZone

A satellite store of the University's Campus Store

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Bookstore

The University of Rhode Island-owned campus bookstore

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demoInterests

First of all, I love running, that is, until the runner's high wears off. I spend time outdoors whenever I can, whether it be hiking with friends, relaxing or fishing on my boat, or even just reading a book or listening to music on the beach. But most importantly, I live for learning, which is one of the reasons I love the tech industry: the learning never ends.

Running
Hiking
Boating
Learning
Traveling
Dirt Biking

demoTestimonials

Sean never commits himself half way, he always dedicates 100% of himself to his work. He always works to better himself to make a greater contribution to the team. He strives to create and build the best systems and applications that he can, never cutting corners and always seeking to learn new skills to imporve those designs. Needless to say, it was my pleasure to have been able to employ him and I look forward to seeing what he goes on to accomplish in the future. Alexander Ali
Software Engineer at Zebra
I have found Sean to be very personable, helpful and flexible with both the staff and the public. He allows for independent work and exploration of the student while also being approachable and mindful of supervision and needed guidance. Sean is a pleasure to work with. I value his opinion on all things technical, and the Jamestown community benefits from his participation in library services. I highly recommended him for any position or challenge he would take on. Donna Fogarty
Jamestown Philomenian Library Director
I have had the privilege of knowing Sean for over a decade. He is, without a doubt, the most professional, most knowledgeable, and most engaging person I have ever encountered in this field of work. I strongly recommend Sean to anyone looking to expand a company profile, or being an entity into the 21st Century. Zachary Lynch
Data Manager at Boston College
Sean Daylor is not only a hardworking and highly intelligent person, but he holds the perseverance to accomplish almost anything he puts his mind to, be that professional or personal. He carries himself on a daily basis with the integrity and determination with which he works, be that voicing his opinion to better society, or spending long overnight hours doing what he loves, programming computer software. Everyday he tries to actively improve his skills in his professional field, and his knowledge never ceases to amaze. Sean is well like by all of his peers and superiors for being honest, sincere, and amicable, and would be a valuable addition to any team. Timothy Fay
Sean Daylor is the embodiment of determination. I have yet to meet a man who gets as much meaning out of his work as he does. He is an amazing coworker and an exceptional person, and in my experience with him, he has shown paramount professionalism. Don't hesitate to contact him, he excels at every service he offers and will always surprise you with the superb quality of his work. Jason Klas
RPS Applied Science Associates

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