About Me

Skilled in building full-stack applications from the ground up, I am not afraid to quickly jump into building a new idea or enhancing an already-existing one. I've got a wide array of experience from large corporation to off-the-ground startup. This experience has made me flexible and agile in adopting to new projects and teams, and I can quickly make contributions to large projects with minimal overhead.

My favorite language to write in is Python, followed by Java and JavaScript. I've got experience working with frameworks in many different languages, such as Python's Flask, JavaScript's NodeJS, and Java's Spring framework.

Contact Details

Robert Buice
170 Oak Meadow Drive
Athens, GA, 30605



University of Georgia

B.S. Computer Science December 2016 | 3.2 GPA

Focused on taking classes in the theoretical track so I could learn more about the mathematics behind computer science and apply its algorithms to my software.


UGA Office of Online Learning

Software Developer October 2014 - Present

Starting off as a primary Drupal developer, I quickly moved into writing custom applications for the office to use. I built several minor Drupal sites, and a faculty portal with the Ghost CMS that allows various faculty members to blog about various subjects.

My latest project is the University of Georgia Data Visualization Platform (source code is in a private Github repo, but can be gone over in an interview if needed). This project is pretty large, as it requires data to be inputted from multiple sources, including multiple CSV's that each require their own Python scripts to import into our DB, and various APIs, the primary being Google Analytics. The server is run on Python's Flask framework with a MySQL database, and utilizes C3 to build the charts.


Software Developer Intern September - December 2015

Added front and back end functionalities to snagshout.com, including the ability to review items on Youtube. Technologies used were PHP's Laravel framework, and AngularJS.


Software Developer Intern Summers 2014, 2015

During my two internships at AT&T in Atlanta, I made front and middle end modifications on software that catches exceptions thrown by U-Verse and stores them in a searchable, sortable list. I also built the back end of a website that displays different types of hours logged by different types of employees, so our bosses would have an easier time seeing who has logged what.