Hey there! I'm Connor Bracewell, software developer and technical problem solver extraordinaire.
In 2018, I graduated from the University of Victoria with a BSc in Computer Science & Mathematics,
and received a Governor General's Silver Medal for my exceptional academics.
My upper-level coursework focused on algorithm design and discrete mathematics
(see my transcript for more detail).
Right now, I work as a Software Engineer at Google.
My team is responsible for the GCP Cloud Router.
Thanks for taking a look at my site!
If you see anything that interests you, or you have an opportunity you think would interest me,
I'd love to hear from you.
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This section lists all of the courses I completed at the University of Victoria. If you're interested in obtaining an official copy of my transcript, please contact me.
Spring 2018
- Documenting and Understanding Software Systems
CSC 485A
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93% (A+)
- Compiler Construction
CSC 435
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100% (A+)
- Analysis of Algorithms
CSC 425
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99% (A+)
- Introduction to Topology
MATH 365
·
94% (A+)
Fall 2017
Spring 2017
- Cryptography
CSC 429
·
95% (A+)
- Computer Communications and Networks
CSC 361
·
100% (A+)
- Combinatorial Mathematics
MATH 422
·
94% (A+)
Spring 2016
- Programming Languages
CSC 330
·
96% (A+)
- Foundations of Computer Science
CSC 320
·
100% (A+)
- Introduction to Computer Graphics
CSC 305
·
96% (A+)
- Introduction to Partial Differential Equations
MATH 346
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96% (A+)
- Linear Algebra
MATH 311
·
90% (A+)
Fall 2015
- Operating Systems
CSC 360
·
98% (A+)
- Numerical Analysis
CSC 349A
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98% (A+)
- Mathematical Modelling
MATH 377
·
97% (A+)
- Intermediate Ordinary Differential Equations
MATH 342
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91% (A+)
- Advanced Calculus
MATH 300
·
97% (A+)
Spring 2015
- Algorithms and Data Structures II
CSC 226
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98% (A+)
- Discrete and Combinatorial Mathematics
MATH 222
·
93% (A+)
- Introduction to Algebra
MATH 212
·
97% (A+)
- Calculus of Several Variables
MATH 200
·
88% (A)
- Software Development Methods
SENG 265
·
92% (A+)
Fall 2014
- Introduction to Computer Architecture
CSC 230
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98% (A+)
- Algorithms and Data Structures I
CSC 225
·
97% (A+)
- Introduction to Real Analysis
MATH 236
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92% (A+)
- Introduction to Differential Equations
MATH 201
·
76% (B)
- Technical Writing
ENGR 240
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87% (A)
Spring 2014
- Fundamentals of Programming II
CSC 115
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A+
- The Practice of Computer Science
CSC 106
·
A+
- Logic and Foundations
MATH 122
·
A+
- Calculus II
MATH 101
·
A
- Introduction to Probability and Statistics I
STAT 260
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A+
Fall 2013
- Game Strategy, Interaction, and Design
CSC 167
·
A+
- Fundamentals of Programming I
CSC 110
·
A+
- Matrix Algebra I
MATH 211
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A+
- Calculus I
MATH 100
·
A
- Academic Reading and Writing
ENGL 135
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B+
Before fall 2014, the University of Victoria did not record final percentage scores.
PHP · MySQL · HTML5 · CSS3 · Javascript (jQuery)
Developed for Science Venture
June - August 2015
Each year, thousands of users register for the Science Venture STEM youth programs on their online registration site. This project involved replacing the existing form-based implementation with a new system that would allow users to more easily and reliably register for these fast-selling programs.
I was responsible for the design and technical implementation of the entire registration site, from the database and backend to the frontend and admin tools. I worked closely with program leaders and UVic technical staff to develop and deploy the system, which includes a full user account system, real-time registration updates, and payment processing.
HTML5 · CSS3 (Sass) · Javascript (jQuery)
GitHub: connor-bracewell/nnorco
April 2016 - Present
Did this just get too meta?
I built this site as both a portfolio for my achievements and a sandbox where I can try out new technologies and techniques (right now it's being served by Surge). I aim to keep it as clean and lightweight as possible.
It has a few interesting features:
- It's designed to look and work great with JavaScript and/or CSS disabled, which is surprisingly complicated even for a site of this modest size.
You can check out the scriptless version at nnor.co?noscript.
You can go back to the scripty version at nnor.co.
- It's also designed for printing, with custom print CSS. In fact, this site is the only copy of my resume I maintain; if I need a copy I can just print the page to a great-looking PDF.
- The domain lets me use the namespace 'co.nnor.bracewell' which I think is pretty neat.