During my time with TechLink, I evaluated Department of Defense software and developed the tools and methodologies necessary to ensure quality software. I developed custom tests for conducting quality assurance analysis on both web-based and desktop-based software. I participated as a team member and individually to solve problems using C#, XML, Selenium, Cucumber/Gherkin, Cypress.io, and Visual Studio.
With Foundant Technologies, I built tests to prevent errors and defects in software before being delivered to clients using Ghost Inspector and XPath. I identified and reporduced issues indivudually or with the testing and client services teams. I was glad to work with clients to identify and solve software issues, all in a friendly, positive manner.
My main function as a course assistant was to aid students in understanding core computing concepts using Python. I guided many students to break down complex and seemingly impossible problems into smaller, more manageable parts. I am most proud of the fact I encouraged an atmosphere for students to freely ask questions, and I strove to provide helpful responses.
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Jessica brightens a room anytime she walks in. In my time working with her, she’s never one to shy away from work, and makes sure everyone is working relatively the same amount towards our product. In a group dynamic, she fits well as either the leader or one of the other group members, but either way, she makes sure people are doing okay emotionally, as she cares very much about her friends and coworkers. Her best problem solving quality is her persistence, as she consistently keeps tackling the problem until she finds some sort of solution. I could see her easily being a big addition to a company’s projects as a professional and personal powerhouse.
Individuals who exemplify leadership, problem-solving, team-building, and optimism are hard to find, unless you’ve met Jessica Jorgenson. During my class, I would often observe Jessica helping her classmates work through various programming lessons. She was, without exception, the first to volunteer for challenging projects and collaborations as well as take on a leadership and mentor role within the Gallatin Girls Coding Club. I miss having her positivity and brain power in my class.
Jessica pours passion into her work and ensures that the details of the work produced are excellent.
Jessica is super driven and my experience coordinating with her as the AWC President was amazing. Her preparedness and followthrough in addition to her general upbeat personality made her a joy to work with.
I love video games, especially Legend of Zelda
I've been fostering animals since I was 10
I own and run the MSU Computer Science student Discord server
I wanted to be a math teacher growing up
I'm a rare extrovert in the tech world