Four recent Rutgers CS graduates will be discussing their career experiences at the Rutgers Emerging Scholars in Computer Science (RESCS) Career Night on November 1st, 2006:
David Tabora - College of Engineering Class of 1999 (BS Electrical
Engineering), 2001 (MS Electrical Engineering),
Dave Tabora is a Senior Technology Analyst supporting the Investment Banking Division at Goldman Sachs. He is the coordinator of the logical Database group within Banking Technology where he is responsible for developing application development best practices and evaluating tools for database development. In addition, he is a lead database and .NET developer in the area of market data.
Karen Kanu, Livingston College Class of 1999 (B Sc.CS)
Karen Kanu is a Systems Support Analyst with Thomson Financial. Her primary role involves supporting the Thomson One server network and infrastructure. Her current responsibilities include working with Software Development and QA teams to develop, test and deploy software that is capable of supporting current market trends and meeting the business needs of their diverse customer base.
Nick Smoley, Rutgers College Class of 2003, Dual major
in CS & Physics, nFusion Interactive
Nick Smolney is the Producer at nFusion Interactive LLC, a growing development studio located in Manalapan NJ. In addition to overseeing the development of an unannounced next-gen title, he helps out the local game development community by volunteering his time to the International Game Developers Association and teaching game courses part time at NJIT. Nick has previously held management/programming/testing positions at other local game companies including Sonic Branding Solutions, Gameloft, and Majesco.