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Matthew Lapuz


Previous positions

  • IRAD Software Development Intern at Northrop Grumman Corporation
  • IRAD Software Development Intern at Northrop Grumman Corporation


University of Virginia, Bachelor of Science, Computer Science




I am currently a software developer for Ntrepid Corporation in San Diego, CA. I graduated with High Distinction with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the University of Virginia’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences in May 2014.


  • Software Engineer

    Ntrepid Corp

    January 2019 – Present(9 months)Herndon, Virginia

  • Software Developer

    Northrop Grumman Corporation

    June 2014 – Present(5 years 4 months)Chantilly, VA

    Writing Java/HTML/JavaScript code, performing code reviews, and managing Docker containers for custom Apache NiFi processors, DropBox-like application, compliance tools, and informational website for data management program Leveraging Java Spring framework to develop access/attribute-based control utilities for checking user credentials Leading daily standup, sprint demo, retrospective, and sprint planning meetings as team scrum master Integrated and tested software received from subcontractors into Advanced Analytics Technical Solution (AATS) baseline Maintained virtual machines and performed regular backups/configuration management (CM) for AATS software Assisted in development of thick and thin clients for Big Data software using Java, JavaScript, and HTML Used MEAN stack technologies (MongoDB, Express, AngularJS, Node.js) to help develop thin client for Paradigm Developed knowledge management/analyst workspace tool using MEAN stack, HTML, JavaScript, REST, and Java Created dashboard for predictive analytics and used ArcObjects C# API to develop selection extension plugin for ArcMap Contributed to DCGS-A proposal demo by combining C#, Kafka, and MongoDB to create an entity DB utility

  • IRAD Software Development Intern

    Northrop Grumman Corporation

    May 2013 – August 2013(3 months)Chantilly, VA

    Designed RESTful web services to retrieve and parse OpenStreetMap (OSM) data into XML, JSON, Well-Known Text Integrated MongoDB NoSQL geodatabases using a Java driver in order to store and fetch relevant OSM data Presented project at an intern capstone event to fellow employees and other interns from the NGIS sector (August 2013)

  • Researched methods of creating street-level views of 3-D scenes using LiDAR data from aerial UAVs Generated 3-D scenes using LAS files, DEM files, orthoimagery in ArcGIS; exported “ground-level” pictures of scene Created realistic panoramas using scene pictures, panorama stitching software, Google Street View API, JavaScript, C#


  • University of Virginia

    Bachelor of Science, Computer Science

    2010 – 2014

    Activities and Societies

    Organization of Young Filipino Americans, Filipino Intercollegiate Networking Dialogue, Green Grounds, Peer Advising Family Network, Parfait

Skills & Expertise

  • Algorithms
  • Computer Science
  • JavaScript
  • OpenGL
  • Data Structures
  • C#
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Python
  • Coding Experience
  • Microsoft Office
  • ArcGIS
  • PowerPoint
  • Linux
  • C++
  • NetBeans
  • Microsoft PowerPoint
  • Programming
  • Java

Honors & Awards

  • Intermediate Honors

    University of Virginia

    October 2012

    Awarded to Top 20% of class (for School of Engineering & Applied Sciences)

  • Graduation with High Distinction

    University of Virginia

    May 2014

    Graduated with over a 3.6 GPA in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at UVA


  • Organization of Young Filipino Americans

    Sports Chair, Webmaster

    September 2010 – May 2014

  • National Society of Collegiate Scholars

    April 2011 – Present

  • Phi Eta Sigma

    October 2011 – Present

  • Mentoring the Technical Professional (MTP) Mentorship Program

    February 2016 – February 2017

    Northrop Grumman technical mentorship program; I was a mentee from Feb. 2016 to Feb. 2017 and I still attend virtual technical presentations (“Learn @ Lunch”) held by the program.