Tianyun Gao: Cloudeeva Inc.

Most recently, Tianyun Gao has worked for the company Cloudeeva. Cloudeeva is an organization that excels in providing services to businesses in need of cloud computing, mobility, and big data. While an employee of Cloudeeva, Tianyun Gao acted as a software engineer responsible for reviewing and reproducing reports, assisted back-end developers by debugging code, and developed real-time data for network management.

Tianyun Gao

Tianyun Gao

Tianyun Gao is responsible for reviewing and reproducing the C# programming language reports generated that allowed her to check for any database references with on-air messages that needed to be addressed. She has also helped the back-end developers of the systems review and debug the C++ code for the network communications between the back-end systems which allowed for an increased amount of efficiency on the servers, and provided a much faster experience for Cloudeeva customers.

On top of everything else, Tianyun Gao was responsible for developing schema objects from Oracle and Query real-time data. In order to perform these tasks, Tianyun Gao was forced to begin creating numerous complex queries on both the Oracle server and the MS SQL server that allowed her to successfully manage the networks that Cloudeeva relied on. On an Oracle server, obtaining these complex queries relies heavily upon your skill and understanding of how to add analytical functions and to obtain cumulative data. Tianyun Gao was able to perform all these tasks successfully because of not only her past education, but also because of her experience in the many jobs she has been tasked to perform in a similar manner.

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