Joe Buza

I'm a dynamic and passionate Software Developer with experience in both web and mobile applications. I'm always striving to write clean code that is modularized and maintainable.


Mississippi State University - Starkville, MSGraduated 2012

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science- Columbus, MSGraduated 2007

High School Diploma


Programming Languages

  • Java, Javascript, C++, Objective-C, C#, PHP, Puppet, HTML5, CSS3 and SASS/SCSS


  • MySQL, PostgreSQL and MongoDb

Operating Systems

  • Mac OS X, Linux and Windows


  • Sublime Text, IntelliJ, XCode, Eclipse, Vagrant, VirtualBox, Microsoft Visual Studio, Dreamweaver, Travis CI and Photoshop

Version Control

  • Github and Bitbucket

Frameworks, SDKs, APIs

  • Android framework, Yii framework , iOS framework, Node.js, Anglar.js, Express, Mocha, Yeoman, Grunt, Gulp, Saas, Compass, Twitter bootstrap and Google Maps API

Cloud Platforms

  • Google Maps Engine, CloudControl , Rackspace and Heroku
  • Employment

    C Spire, Ridgeland, MSJan 2014 – current

    Front End Developer
    • Convert designs into responsive, interactive sites that work across multiple devices, operating systems and resolutions. Technologies used include bootstrap framework, angularjs, jquery, javascript, sass, compass, node, jade and gulp.
    • Developed a data visualization application showing the real time network performance of the company’s systems, using Html5 canvas, angularjs, nodejs, jade, sass, compass, bootstrap and paperjs.
    • Link Data Visualization

    - Won the best overall “shining star” in the company. Shining Star is a program used by managers to recognize members who are doing an outstanding job.

    Navagis LLC, Google Enterprise Partner, Jackson, MSJun 2012 - Oct 2013

    Jr. Mobile Developer
    • Developed an Android asset tracking application on a web-based visualization platform. Languages utilized include Java(Android SDK), Javascript(Google Maps) and PHP(Yii framework).
    • Collaborated on a workforce management application on Android that enabled workers in the field to receive job assignments on their tablets, fill in forms of their related tasks, provide driving directions to their assigned location and sync information with the main center.
    • Maintained MobileRecon , the company’s Android application that allows workers in the field to take photographs and videos of disaster areas and collect information for investigations that is automatically geo-located and time-stamped.
    • Link Mobile Recon Lite
    • Wrote development environment Puppet script to create a consistent, reproducible and portable development environments for bootstrapping project development.
    • Collaborated on Google Maps applications for enterprise clients in numerous industries
    • Developed map-based demos and proofs-of-concept for the sales team and potential clients.

    Spatial Information Solutions, Starkville, MSFeb 2012 – May 2012

    Intern Software developer
    • Developed GIS mapping functionalities using C# and .NET framework utilizing MapWinGIS

    College Of Veterinary Medicine, Mississippi State UniversityNov 2011 - May 2012

    Student Developer
    • Developed department website for the Department of Pathobiology and Population Medicine. Applications used include Dreamweaver and Photoshop. Languages utilized include CSS/ HTML, JQuery and JavaScript.
    • Link Department of Pathobilogy and Population Medicine

    Navagis LLC, Google Enterprise Partner, Jackson, MSJun 2011 - Aug 2011

    Intern Software developer
    • Collaborated on an iPhone GIS application that enables a user to create projects that are geo located and time stamped, add a server for project syncing, and perform GPS real time tracking. Languages utilized include XML, Cocoa, Core Data, MkMapKit, and other SDK technologies.

    Computer Science Department, Mississippi State UniversityAug 2010 - Apr 2011

    Student Developer
    • Developed synonymous gene identifier program using C++ and The Arabidopsis Information Resources.