Jun-Bin Huang

Seeking a challenging Summer 2013 Internship as a software engineer.


Jun-Bin Huang

junbinhu@usc.edu
M.S. in Computer Science

Hi, there! My name is Jun-Bin Huang. I was born in Putian, China. I received my B.S. degree in Computer Science from Northeastern University at Shenyang, China in June 2008. I'm currently working on my M.S. degree in Computer Science at University of Southern California, and my expected graduation date is May 2014.

I'm currently seeking for a challenging Summer 2013 Intership as a Software Engineer.

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EDUCATION

  • University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, May 2014(expected)

    • M.S. in Computer Science, current GPA 4.0

  • Northeastern University, Shenyang, China June 2012

    • B.S. in Computer Science, GPA: 89/100


TECHNICAL SKILLS

  • Operatingt Systems:

    • Linux, Mac OS, Microsoft Windows

  • Programming:

    • C/C++, Java, Python(Django), Javascript, Java Servlets, HTML, CSS, XML

  • Databases:

    • MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server

  • Tools:

    • Unity3D, Eclipse, Tomcat/Apache Web Servers, Visual Studio 6.0, Photoshop


AWARDS

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Tab Soccer

This is an interesting 2 player game. Players are divided into 2 sides, red one controling a red ball, yellow one controling a yellow ball. Both players are expected to control his/her own ball to kick a soccer into one of the 8 goals on the boarder of the play ground.

How to control your ball? Each ball has an initial random velocity, and in order to change to moving direction, players can tab a line on the screen, which results in the instantiation of a line shaped obstacle in the trajectory which you tabed. Your ball's movement is affected by the obstacle, which needs to be instantiated by yourself, according to the basic physic bouncy. In this way, player can make your own ball all the way to kick the soccer into one of the eight goals by finishing a set of tabs. Here is an important rule, whenever the soccer hits a goal, it is which player's ball last touches the soccer, rather than which initiates the kick that matters.

In addtion, regarding attacking and defensing, each player has three kinds of power ball: knife, bomb and freezer. Knife can split the opponent's ball or even his/her own side's; Bomb explodes in 5 seconds after "launched" and applies a force to the objects around it; Freezer can freeze a goal or the soccer for 5 seconds. In order to use the power, players need to tab the power on the sidebar and shoot the power in a way similar to shooting an angry bird. What's more, when different power balls come together, there will be different effects!

There are still 3 things need to be done. First, improving the way it looks(UI); Second, adding a single player mode(AI); Third, selling it on app store!

This game is developed Xiang-Ming Ju, Sudeep Malik and me.

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Toy Car Wars

"This is a multi-player game/project for CS523, Networked Games Course on gamepipe in USC. We named the game 'Toy Car Wars', because the game mainly features on toy cars that fight each other in daily, common room in our life."

"All the players are divided into two teams, red and blue, in the game. At the beginning of the game, every team member is instantiated in its team room, and each team needs to grab a bomb, at the center of the map, then set the bomb in opponent team's room. During the grabbing process, cars of different team are expected to fight each other in order to stop and disturb others. There are 5 different weapons randomly created: machine gun, rocket launcher, fork, spring board, dish-wash, and corn. Players can catch and use them as tools or weapons to win the game. Besides, there are two basic tools, wings and umbrella, for cars to fly and avoid damage from falling to the ground severely."--- from Hsuan-Yueh Peng

This game is developed by Hsuan-Yueh Peng, Tian-Fu Dai and me.

Those who cannot access Youtube.com, please click here to see the video on Youku.com

HJB Forum

HJB Forum is a small forum using Django, Bootstrap and Ajax/Json. This is a small project driven by interest. It supports the following things:

  • Registration via email address
  • Retrieve password via email address
  • Paging
  • Authorization management
  • Reflesh‐less reply, modification and deletion
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My Big Family

Yeah! Unlike other one-child Chinese family, I was raised in a family of four Children. Now my brother and systers have all set up their own families and raised lots of kids! I miss them so much!

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Email: junbinhu@usc.edu.cn

Mobile: +1(415)503-7014

Address: 2658 Menlo Ave. Apt 2, Los Angeles, CA 90089

Personal Page: http://www-scf.usc.edu/~junbinhu