I am a search engineer with a passion for creating and maintaining my search engine, SuperAI Search.
I program mostly in Perl, PHP, Python and Java, but recently I am learning Lisp and Scheme to enhance my skills.
I also use Python & Ruby to do some scripting as each programming language has its pros and cons.
In February 2013, I was invited to give a talk of Mohawk Search at GDG Kobe (Google Developer Group Kobe).
OpenRefine (Google Refine)
English (Scored 990/990 in TOEIC)
English - Japanese Translation
Various Web APIs
Linux (CentOS, Ubuntu, etc.)
Search Engineer / Programmer at Ppctweakies
2004 - present
Currently building a site called SuperAI.online which includes / showcases search engine, Eye Movement Tracking software, etc.
I made the core part of search engine using Solr, MySQL, Perl and PHP to make a search engine site able to search news, products, web and business from February 2016 to August 2016.
have made a variety of mobile apps since 2004, for Pocket PC, Handheld PC, Windows Mobile, and Android.
For Pocket PC, Handheld PC and Windows Mobile development, I used eMbedded Visual Basic 3.0.
For Android development, I use Java with Android Studio. (I've used Eclipse in the past too)
Lisp (for fun)
Scheme (for fun)
Visual Basic .NET
Visual Basic 6.0
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
June 24-25th 2013, Non-Degree
I took a non-degree Professional Education Short Program of Applied Cybersecurity at Massachusetts Institute Technology in June 2013.
I received a certificate upon completion.
Certifications / Certificates
MIT Professional Education - Digital Programs - Tackling the Challenges of Big Data - 2016
edX - HarvardX Verified Certificate for Saving Schools Mini-Course 1: History and Politics of U.S. Education - 2016
Intermediate R by Datacamp - 2015
Introduction to R by Datacamp - 2015
MIT Short Programs - Applied Cyber Security - 2013
TOEIC: 990/990 - 2012
ICT Proficiency Asessment Pre-2nd Grade - 2010
ICT Proficiency Assessment 3rd Grade - 2009
TOEFL CBT 260/300 - 2006
P-ken Certificate Examination 4th Grade - 2005