Tianyun Gao: Canon USA

Soon after her time with NYU, Tianyun Gao began working with Canon USA in New York during March of 2012. She maintained the same title of Business System Analyst from her prior gig, but her responsibility increased in tandem with her experience level increasing as well. Her duties consisted of the review and reproduction of various system and programming code, developing new systems for more efficient data transfer, creating new systems for better cataloguing, and producing shell scripting that created automatic system services..

Tianyun Gao used her knowledge of reviewing and reproducing ASP code and created a web application that could be used by business customers of Canon to view and register product model numbers and disclosure via the Mercury system. She also developed back-end Mercury systems through the use of C++ and Pro*C. Her work allowed efficient data transfer between the Canon America’s Mercury system and the Canon Inc. Master Mercury system in Japan.

Tianyun Gao also developed an Oracle database using the PLSQL of the Mercury system that catalogued products with detailed item and model number information that could be transferred between the Mercury system and other Canon systems. Alongside these developments, Tianyun Gao produced Unix bash/corn shell scripts that allowed back-end process operation, system checking, and the scheduling of various auto-system jobs. Lastly, Tianyun Gao was successfully able to carry out batch data loading through the use of the Perl programming language that also allowed for the system to automatically conduct performance tuning and reporting on its own.

Tianyun Gao: New York University Langone Medical Center

After her time at the Bank of Communications, Tianyun Gao began working for New York University at the Langone Medical Center during the summer season of 2011 in New York City. Tianyun Gao’s official title was Business System Analyst and her duties consisted of web development, reviewing and reproducing reports, and program debugging.

             

Tianyun Gao used her extensive knowledge of the JAVA programming language and implemented 52 metric modules that aided in the development of the online claims and invoice system that was, and still is used by 29 New York University medical school departments. She also used her JAVA experience to review and reproduce past reports of the invoice system in search of any database references to the Intelligent Decision Support System. The Intelligent Decision Support System is a crucial aspect of the tech-related side of healthcare, and because Tianyun Gao’s hard work with her colleagues, remains fully functional.

Tianyun Gao utilized her programming language experience to help assist the NYU back-end developer in debugging and reviewing the C++ network communications program used for the claims systems. She also was responsible for searching and reproducing schema objects for the purpose of maintaining the historical record of the medical center, reporting, and for Human Resource’s Peoplesoft management systems. This required Tianyun Gao to be familiar with the FindWDev instance in relation to the Oracle PLSQL, the procedural language extension for SQL by Oracle, and the MySQL, an open source database language for SQL.

Tianyun Gao: All About the Cloud

Tianyun Gao is a business systems analyst who is currently working for Cloudeeva, a cloud technology company that is poised to become a global leader in cloud computing.

At Cloudeeva, Tianyun Gao has reproduced Oracle schema objects includes tables, temporary tables, views, materialized views, indexes, triggers, procedures, functions, packages based on customer requirement and system upgrade.

She has also queried real-time data using complex queries on Oracle and MSSQL server databases to provide meter read data, information to manage network and web reporting, and used UNIX shell scripting to do a variety of tasks.

As Tianyun Gao knows, Cloudeeva’s information technologies solutions cover cloud computing, social media, mobility, infrastructure management, big data, business intelligence and data warehousing segments. As a Cloudeeva business analyst, she is a vital link between the firm’s information technology capabilities and its business objectives; she is a skilled business analyst who makes an important contribution to the profitability of the company.

Tianyun Gao understands that many people are unsure of just what the cloud is. The term is increasingly common. She says that in the simplest terms, cloud computing means storing and accessing data and programs over the Internet, instead of the historically conventional way of storing and accessing it on a computer’s hard drive.

The cloud, she says, is really just a metaphor for the Internet. Computer applications have always been complicated and expensive, especially business applications. But Tianyun Gao says that with cloud computing, users can avoid the headaches because they aren’t managing hardware and software because it’s in the cloud. The shared infrastructure means it works like a utility. Users only pay for what they need, upgrades are automatic, and scaling up or down is easy.

Tianyun Gao: The Hydrogen Student Design Contest

Tianyun Gao is a business systems analyst who currently works for Cloudeeva, a New Jersey-based cloud computing company.

Tianyun Gao earned a degree from the University of Bridgeport, where she studied Electrical Engineering, Alternative Energy, Distributed Systems, and Network Security. During the 2008-2009 school year, she distinguished herself as a member of a University of Bridgeport team that took sixth place in the National Hydrogen Student Design contest. The contest challenges multi-disciplinary teams of university students to apply their creativity and academic skills in the areas of design, engineering, economics, environmental science, business and marketing to the hydrogen and fuel cell industries.

As Tianyun Gao knows, the Hydrogen Student Design Contest has existed now for ten years. It is open to undergraduate and graduate students from universities around the world, and submissions are evaluated by a diverse panel of judges that include industry representatives and officials from the United States Department of Energy.

Although the contest designs are concepts when submitted, the Grand Prize winning teams from the two years before Tianyun Gao was involved each attracted the funding necessary for actual development and implementation. Those contest designs were for a new hydrogen fueling station and power park, respectively. The station designed in 2004 had its grand opening at Humboldt State University in California on September 9, 2008. The winning design in 2008, which included a back-up and portable power system powered by hydrogen for airports, generated a great deal of interest for implementation at the Columbia International Airport in Columbia, South Carolina.

Tianyun Gao: C++, Java, and Haskell

Tianyun Gao is a business system analyst who currently works at Cloudeeva, a cloud technology company based in New Jersey. She has also been a software engineer at Cloudeeva, where she reviewed and reproduced online C# reports, and was involved in the upgrade of a back-end intra-net management system using C++ and an Oracle database.

C++, as Tianyun Ga knows, is a procedural programming language that supports object-oriented programming, meta-programming and lambda calculus. Java is a procedural programming language which supports object-oriented programming.

Tianyun Gao says that was designed for systems programming, with performance, efficiency and flexibility of use as its design requirements. C++ has three very large advantages over Java. It is much faster, does not take up nearly as much memory, and has a fast startup time. Both C++ and Java support object-oriented programming, but neither, she says, are proper object-oriented programming languages. In any case, Tianyun Gao says that having a purely object-oriented programming language, sometimes is more of a difficulty than an advantage.

Tianyun Gao says that some programmers might be better off learning Haskell, or some other functional programming language. She says it is going to be faster for developing things, and will also take less time getting accustomed to, for those not already programming in procedural languages. Haskell also looks more like the formulas most programmers are already used to. She says it may take longer to execute some programmes and will also use more memory. But it has the advantage of being really object oriented, supporting lambda calculus and using infinite precision and sized numbers by standard.

Tianyun Gao: The University of Bridgeport

Tianyun Gao is a business systems analyst who received her education at the University of Bridgeport and Jilin University, one of the leading national universities in China.

The University of Bridgeport is a private, independent university in Connecticut. It is a seaside campus, located on the Long Island Sound in the South End neighborhood of Bridgeport, the largest city in Connecticut. At the University of Bridgeport, Tianyun Gao studied Electrical Engineering, alternative energy, distributed systems, and network security.

While she was a student there, Tianyun Gao won the Graduate Assistant Award in 2008 and participated in the National Hydrogen Student Design contest in 2008-2009. The Hydrogen Student Design Contest challenges multi-disciplinary teams of university students to apply their creativity and academic skills in the areas of design, engineering, economics, environmental science, business and marketing to the hydrogen and fuel cell industries. Tianyun Gao’s team ranked an impressive sixth in the United States.

Tianyun Gao volunteered to work at the American Society for Engineering Education conference in 2009, and assisted in guest reception. Tianyun Gao has a student membership in the ASEE and the Society of Women Engineers association. Tianyun Gao also served as a lab monitor in the Univesity of Bridgeport computer lab during the 2008-2009 school year.

Before enrolling at the University of Bridgeport, Tianyun Gao maintained a 3.33 grade point average and earned a Bachelor of Science degree at Jilin University, one of the most prestigious universities in China. Jilin University has research projects in automobile engineering, chemistry, computer science, electrical engineering and biology.

Tianyun Gao: Software Engineer

Tianyun Gao is a business systems analyst who has worked at several companies during her career. She is currently employed by Cloudeeva, an IT firm based in New Jersey that specializes in cloud technology.

For five months in 2013, Tianyun Gao also served Cloudeeva as a software engineer. She reviewed and reproduced online C# reports, checked debugging references in C# code for on-air messages, assisted back-end developers for reviewing and debugging C++ code for network communications in back-end systems, and developed Oracle schema objects and Query real-time data using complex queries on Oracle/MS SQL Server to for network management.

Tianyun Gao studied Electrical Engineering, Alternative Energy, Distributed Systems, and Network Security at the University of Bridgeport. She was a member of the Society of Women Engineers, and had a student membership in the American Society for Engineering Education. Tianyung Gao was a volunteer at the ASEE conference in 2009, where she assisted in guest reception at the University of Bridgeport’s Wahlstrom Library.

As a business systems analyst at Canon USA, Tianyun Gao reviewed and reproduced ASP code of web applications for the Mercury system. She developed the Canon Mercury Back-end systems for data transferring between Canon America’s Mercury system in the United States, and Canon Inc.’s Master Mercury system in Japan, using C++ and Pro*C.

Tianyun Gao also developed an Oracle database using MS SQL/Oracle PLSQL of Mercury System for data storage of Canon products. She produced UNIX bash/corn shell scripting to do back-end process operation, system resources checking, and Autosys job

scheduling, and carried out batch data loading, performance tuning and reporting using Perl, a high-level programming language used for developing web applications.

Tianyun Gao: Working at Canon USA

Tianyun Gao is a Business Systems Analyst who works at Cloudeeva, an Information Technology company in New Jersey that specializes in cloud technology. She has been there since April of 2013. Tianyun Gao has previously been employed by Canon USA and at New York University’s Langone Medical Center, and served as a business systems analyst at both companies.

Tianyun Gao knows that a lot of people are not clear on what a business systems analyst does. She says it is someone who analyzes the existing or ideal organization and design of systems, including businesses, departments, and organizations. They also evaluate business models and their integration with technology.

When she was at Canon USA, Tianyun Gao reviewed and reproduced the ASP code of web applications of Mercury system, which were used for Canon business customers

for product item and model number registration and disclosure. ASP stands for Active Server Pages, and is code for a server-side web application framework. Tianyun Gao also developed Canon Mercury Back-end systems for data transferring between Canon Americas Mercury system in the United States,

and Canon Inc.’s Master Mercury system in Japan. On those projects, Tianyun Gao used the C++ and Pro*C computer languages.

Tianyun Gao has a degree from the University of Bridgeport. She also studied at Jilin University, one of the most prestigious universities in China. Jilin University has several research projects in automobile engineering, chemistry, computer science, electrical engineering and biology. The University provides undergraduate and graduate programs in law, literature, philosophy, medicine and veterinary science. It is one of the key universities involved in China’s Project 985, Project 211 and Project 2011.

Tianyun Gao: What a BSA Does

Tianyun Gao studied Electrical Engineering, Alternative Energy, Distributed Systems, and Network Security at the University of Bridgeport from 2008 to 2010, where she kept up a stellar 3.62 grade point average and won the Graduate Assistant Award in 2008. She is currently a business system analyst who has worked at Cloudeeva, an Information Technology company in New Jersey, since the spring of 2013.

As a business systems analyst, Tianyun Gao helps Cloudeeva implement technology solutions in a cost-effective way, by determining the requirements of a project or a program and communicating those requirements to everyone involved. As she knows, business system analysts must be skilled in business, marketing, and accounting, in addition to computer technology.

Tianyun Gao has a degree from the University of Bridgeport in Bridgeport, Connecticut, where she studied Electrical Engineering, Alternative Energy, Distributed Systems, and Network Security. She was a member of a team that took sixth place in the National Hydrogen Student Design contest in 2008-2009. The Hydrogen Student Design Contest challenges multi-disciplinary teams of university students to apply their creativity and academic skills in the areas of design, engineering, economics, environmental science, business and marketing to the hydrogen and fuel cell industries.

Tianyun Gao also studied at Jilin University in China. Jilin University is one of the country’s most prestigious universities. Jilin University has several research projects in automobile engineering, chemistry, computer science, electrical engineering and biology. The University provides undergraduate and graduate programs in law, literature, philosophy, medicine and veterinary science. It is one of the key universities involved in China’s Project 985, Project 211 and Project 2011.

Tianyun Gao: Software Engineer

Tianyun Gao is a business systems analyst who has been employed at several companies, including Cloudeeva, an IT firm based in New Jersey that specializes in cloud technology.

Tianyun Gao has also been a software engineer at Cloudeeva. In that capacity, Tianyun Gao reviewed and reproduced online C# reports, checked debugging references in C# code for on-air messages, assisted back-end developers for reviewing and debugging C++ code for network communications in back-end systems, and developed Oracle schema objects and Query real time data using complex queries on Oracle/MS SQL Server to for 
network management.

Tianyun Gao attended the University of Bridgeport in Bridgeport, Connecticut, where she studied Electrical Engineering, Alternative Energy, Distributed Systems, and Network Security. She was a member of the Society of Women Engineers, and had a student membership in the American society for Engineering Education. Tianyung Gao was a volunteer at the ASEE conference in 2009, where she assisted in guest reception at the University of Bridgeport’s Wahlstrom Library.

As a business systems analyst at Canon USA, Tianyun Gao reviewed and reproduced ASP code of web applications for the Mercury system, to be used for Canon business customers
for product item and model number registration and disclosure. She developed the Canon Mercury Back-end systems for data transferring between Canon America’s Mercury system in the United States,
and Canon Inc.’s Master Mercury system in Japan, using C++ and Pro*C.

Tianyun Gao also developed an Oracle database using MS SQL/Oracle PLSQL of Mercury System for data storage of Canon products with 
detailed item and model number information, and data migration among Mercury and other Canon IT systems. She produced UNIX bash/corn shell scripting to do back-end process operation, system resources checking, and Autosys job 
scheduling, and carried out batch data loading, performance tuning and reporting using Perl.