Jack MacDonald

General Info

  • LocationRaleigh NC, 27606
  • E-mailjmmacdo4@ncsu.edu
  • Phone (704) 299-7093

Work Experience

  • Software Development Intern

    Prometheus Group

    Fall 2019

    I worked with two React Redux webapps used for role and configuration management. Our team had daily standups and used Jira for Agile sprint managmenet.

  • Software Development Intern

    Wells Fargo Securities

    Summer 2019

    I built a webapp using React.js and Spring that could view/update/delete entries in an Oracle Coherence Cache.

  • Undergrad Research Assistant

    NC State University

    Spring 2019

    I worked with a small team to develop Athlete360, an athlete management system with a Django backend and Angular frontend.

  • Test Automation Engineer

    Sunbird DCIM

    October 2018 - January 2019

    I work on a Ruby on Rails web application called PowerIQ. Some tools I used include RSpec, Selenium, Capybara, and Postman.

  • Teaching Assistant - Java 2

    North Carolina State University


    Taught a lab section of thirty students, including presentations and public speaking. Worked one on one with many students, which required quick analysis of problems and how to solve them.


  • 2020/2021

    Bachelor of Science and Master of Computer Science

    North Carolina State University

    GPA: 4.0

    I am currently on the Accelerated Bachelor's/Master's track at NC State, and I am currently entering my senior year. I am enrolled in Software Security as well as graduate level Artificial Intelligence and Compilers.I have completed classes such as Software Engineering, Database Management Systems, C and Software Tools, Operating Systems, Assembly Language Programming, Java 1 & 2, and Data Structures.

Technical Skills


I built a React app during my time at Wells Fargo. Combined with Reactstrap, I created a clean and scaleable product that is used internally by ~50 users at Wells Fargo Securities. I love that React has fast development times and lots of packages to get you moving faster.


I learned Python for my Automata course and Django web application Athlete360. I love python because of how intuitive it is to use. The pre-built datastructes like dictionaries and tuples make solving problems easier and faster.


I have taken 3 collegiate courses in Java development, including one data Structures and algorithms course. My Java foundation is rock solid, and I have expanded it into the web development arena. My project uses Spring Boot, Maven, and Heroku. I've also used AngularJS, Hibernate, Cucumber, and Selenium.


I have taken two courses, C & Software Tools and Operating Systems, that used extensive amounts of C. I have also used C in a few small side projects. I am comfortable with a list of pointers to pointers, memory allocation, and all the fun that comes with C.


I worked with Ruby during my time with Sunbird. More specifically, I worked with Rails, Capybara, and RSpec. I love working with Ruby because it's easy to handle and is fairly intuitive.


My GitHub Profile

My personal projects

My Personal Website

My website built using Bootstrap, HTML, and CSS


Python script to automatically generate a course grade calculator