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Hello! My name is Bharat Edupghanti, I'm currently a senior pursuing a B.S. in Computer Science from Brooklyn College. 

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Brooklyn College, City University of New York

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science with a Minor in Mathematics: expected May 2019

GPA: 3.893/4.000 (Cumulative) 

Dean's List: Fall 2015 - present


Advanced Programming Techniques, Data Structures, Introductory Java, Artificial Intelligence, Operating Systems, Object-Oriented Programming, Database Systems, Analysis of Algorithms, Multivariable Calculus, Linear Algebra, Statistics and Probability, Differential Equations. 


Programming Languages: Java, C++, SQL (Beginner)

Software Tools: Eclipse, Dev-C++, Visual Studio, PostgreSQL

Operating Systems: Windows, Linux, macOS

Languages: English (Fluent), Hindi (Native Speaker), Telugu (Native Speaker)




Stanford University, Administrative Systems, Palo Alto, CA                                                              June - August 2018

Quality Assurance Intern

  • Played a key role in migrating User Stories, Test Cases, Bugs, Tasks, and other assets from a vendor proprietary tool into JIRA (requirements/ defect tracking) and Zephyr (test case management tool).
  • Created Excel worksheets to migrate stories, sub-tasks, and manifest Items from CMC into JIRA, taking care to correctly map the fields, issue statuses, etc., from CMC to the corresponding JIRA fields/values.
  • Gathered attachments to various CMC items and attached them to the corresponding issues in JIRA.
  • Modified Test Cases to conform to the requirements of Zephyr Enterprise test case management tool. 


Multibase Calculator | Language(s) Used: Java

Spring 2017 

  • Created a GUI based calculator program that lets a user do calculations in bases 2 to 16.
  • User selects the base of the calculation with a slider.
    • The results on the screen dynamically update to reflect a change in base of calculation. 
  • User can save calculations to a text file and view previously done calculations. 

Pacman 2.0                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Fall 2017   

  • Worked on the specifications team to create a game similar to Pacman for CISC 3140.
  • As part of the specifications team, helped to decide the overall behavior and look of the game.
  • Collaborated with graphics, coding, and QA teams to come up with design of the game. 

Tic-Tac-Toe | Language(s) Used: C++                                                                                                                                                                                                     Spring 2016   

Honors Project for Advanced Programming Techniques course. 

  •  Created a two-player game of Tic-Tac-Toe.