Brendyn Sonntag

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Interested in all levels of software development, from ASM to Javascript and even the hardware it runs on. Takes pride in detailed documentation, clean code, "Full Stack" approach, and use of obscure but optimized methods / libraries. Keen towards retro programming languages, UX/UI design, and finding new ways to efficiently code.

Full chart of programming languages is located at the end of resume; references available upon request.

Work Experience

SEP2016 - Current

"Revolutionary Airflow" Revcor, Inc.

Software Engineering Intern

Freelance, Personal, and Open-Source Development. +

Open Source highlights: Personal highlights: Freelance Web Design highlights:
2014 - 2015

Genoa-Kingston School District 424

Information Technology Intern

Volunteer Experience

2012 - 2016

Crossroads Community Church

Tech Coordinator

2013 - 2015

GKSD-424 Vision 20/20 Sub-Comittee

Sub-Committee Member

2013 - 2015

Genoa-Kingston School District 424



International Scenario Writing Champion

Team Competition, Future Problem Solving International (2014, 2015)

State Scholar

Illinois 99th General Asembly (2016)

Catalogue of Languages

A common mistake in the industry is to label oneself as a insert language developer. The fact of the matter is that most programming languages are very similar - the only difference is syntax. Of course we all have the languages we are most comfortable with, but it's not that hard to adapt to a new syntax on short notice. I've rated my languages on knowledge of API and professional experience.
Darkest color in each row represents professional experience.
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Northern Illinois University

Electrical and Computer Engineering
2015 - 2016

Engineering Math and Science Academy

GPA 4.0 of 4.0

Dual-Credit at Kishwaukee College (Physics I-II, Calculus I-III)
2012 - 2016

Genoa-Kingston High School

GPA 4.2 of 4.0 (weighted)