Mathew Bajoras

“A million people can call the mountains a fiction, yet it need not trouble you as you stand atop them.” xkcd #154, Randall Munroe

Picture of myself.

I am a software engineer based out of southeast Connecticut. Since 2004, I've been playing around with computer programming, starting off by venturing into the world of Linux. Since then, I taught myself how to build web applications, went to Penn State and earned a B.S. in Software Engineering, and have been professionally building software since 2012.

Curiosity is one of my strong traits and I have picked up many other bits of knowledge along the way. From light bulbs and HVAC to emergency medicine and firefighting, I'm always looking to learn and explore new things. See my extended resume below to find out more about me.

If you would like to get in touch with me, send me a message using this Google Form.


Virginia-class submarine USS North Dakota (SSN-774) under construction. Back of a rack of servers with ethernet cables and wires going every direction.

Embedded Software Engineer - General Dynamics Electric Boat

Groton, CT - Nov 2015 to present

Software Engineer - Art & Logic

Telecommuting - May 2012 to Nov 2015

Intern Engineer - Compunetix

Monroeville, PA - Summer 2011

Intern Engineer - Art & Logic

Telecommuting - Summer 2008 to 2010

Languages and Technologies

6+ years:
C++, Java, PHP, JavaScript, SQL, Ada

2 - 5 years:
Python, C

< 2 years:
C#, Bash, Perl

Personal Projects

Extracurriculars and Interests

Myself on the nozzle with my wife backing me up, training on extinguishing a car fire prop during a drill with the fire department.


Myself dressed in graduation gown walking with a diploma in my hands.

Pennsylvania State University

Bachelor of Science, Software Engineering - 2008 to 2012