Daniel Walsh

  • Student at California State University, Fullerton
  • San Clemente, California, United States
  • Computer Software

Previous positions

  • Research Assistant at California State University, Fullerton
  • Lead Mentor – Bytes and Bots Internship at Bytes & Bots


California State University, Fullerton, Bachelor’s degree, Computer Science



Computer Science undergrad student at California State University, Fullerton. Actively searching for a Software Engineering Internship or part-time Software Engineering work in the Orange County area.


  • Supplemental Instructor (C++)

    California State University, Fullerton

    August 2018 – Present(1 year 2 months)

    – Provides peer-to-peer mentoring for Data Structures and Object Oriented Coding – Develops and teaches, 150 minutes of lecture and guided discussion per week – Provide continuous examples to aid students in all CS topics – Act as a model student and help mentor his fellow students

  • Research Assistant

    California State University, Fullerton

    January 2019 – May 2019(4 months)

    – Collects data using Emotiv Epoch+ headset, which measures brainwave activity in microvolts – With Epoch+ headset focus on F3 and F4 channels, to measure eye-movement, eye-activity – Assisted in data prediction using Tensor Flow and the Keras library

  • Lead Mentor – Bytes and Bots Internship

    Bytes & Bots

    August 2018 – May 2019(9 months)

    – Teaches Python and Raspberry Pi’s to 6th-grade students within the Anaheim School District – Teaches proper use of Ultrasonic-sensors, servo-motors, buttons and LED lights – Teach basic structure of Operating Systems (Linux – Raspbian)

  • Infantry Platoon Sergeant

    United States Marine Corps

    September 2016 – February 2017(5 months)Camp Pendleton, Ca

    -Lead a 40+ man Platoon overseeing all operations in the 3 subordinate squads and 9 teams -Was personally in charge of training, well-being, tactical employment, logistical matters and safety of 40+ enlisted Marines and 3 Navy Corpsman -Developed and coordinated complex fire support plans for all training operations -Counseled subordinate Squad Leaders on a weekly basis, teaching necessary leadership skills -Lead Platoon during multiple training operations, both with blanks and live ammunition -Attended weekly meeting with Company Staff to develop training guidelines and upcoming events that require outside agencies and logistical matters

  • Infantry Squad Leader

    United States Marine Corps

    December 2014 – September 2016(1 year 9 months)

    -Lead a 13-man infantry squad, and was directly in charge of their training, well-being and tactical employment, while both deployed overseas and state-side -Personally lead his squad in dozens of live-fire exercises, in a multitude of environments -Coached, mentored and critiqued, his 3 subordinate team leaders, on a weekly basis -Improved promotion by 35% within in squad, having the squad with the highest promotion rate -Hand wrote dozens of 5-paragraph-orders, winning awards in military-schools for their detail -Developed and instructed over 1000+ hours in a professional class setting to groups larger than 60, covering concepts from offensive military tactics to financial responsibility/planning -Completed hundreds of operations at a squad level, personally handling all events, mishaps, and unforeseen occurrences, which always lead to a successful mission

  • Infantry Rifleman / Team Leader

    United States Marine Corps

    March 2013 – November 2014(1 year 8 months)

    -Directly in charge of 3 subordinate Marines and 1 Navy Corpsman -Aided Squad Leader in 5 paragraph order, mission planning, eventually leading to the appointment of Assistant Patrol Leader (2nd in command of a Squad) -Teach classes to 12+ Marines and Sailors about military tactics on a daily basis -Was directly in charge of all navigation; map handling, route selection, direction & distance -Execute all orders from Squad Leader and anticipate future orders to complete prior to asking


  • California State University, Fullerton

    Bachelor’s degree, Computer Science

    2018 – 2020

    Concentration: Software Engineering

    Activities and Societies

    • Association of Computer Machinery • Student Veterans Association

  • United States Marine Corps


    2013 – 2017

    Schools: • Advanced Infantry Course • Corporals Course • Maritime Navigators Course • Lance Corporal Seminar • Junior Tactics Leaders Course • Infantry Training Battalion, School Of Infantry-West Awards: • Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal • Meritorious Sergeant Promotion • Good Conduct Medal • Non-Commissioned Officer of the Quarter • Meritorious Corporal Promotion • Marine of the Quarter • Certificate of Commendation • Meritorious Mast • Sea Service (x2)

  • Alhambra Senior High School

    High School Diploma

    2008 – 2012

    4-Year Scholar-Athlete

Skills & Expertise

  • Leadership
  • Operational Planning
  • Military Training
  • Military Operations
  • Military


California State University, Fullerton

  • Professional Ethics in Computing(CPSC-315)
  • Algorithm Engineering(CPSC-335)
  • Software Dev with Open Source(CPSC 254)
  • Compilers and Languages(CPSC 323)
  • Software Engineering(CPSC 362)
  • Applied Statistics (Math-338)
  • Computer Communications(CPSC-471)
  • Computer Organization & Assembly Language (CPSC 240)
  • Technical Writing for Computer Science(CPSC 311)
  • Calculus 1(Math 150A)
  • Data Structures(CPSC 131)
  • Artificial Intelligence (CPSC-481)
  • Database and File Structure(CPSC 332)
  • Coding in C#(CPSC 223)
  • Discrete Mathematics 2(Math 270B)
  • Operating System Concepts(CPSC 351)
  • Intro to Cyber Security(CPSC 353)
  • Discrete Mathematics 1(Math 270A)
  • Computer System Architecture(CPSC 440)

Independent Coursework

  • Calculus 2(Math 150B)
  • Intro To Programming (C++)(CPSC-120)
  • Object Oriented Programming(CPSC-121)