I'm Mark Cheli, and I am a young software engineer in the greater Boston area. And I have two passions in life: Engineering and Education.
Engineering is so exciting to me because it's always changing. I'm happiest when I'm learning new things, and engineering always has new things to learn. This is especially true in full-stack web development, which is where most of my expertise is.
Additionally education is so important to me because of how rewarding it is. When I was young I was almost never exposed to engineering in school, and as a result I did not discover that it was my passion until I was already in college. Now I will take any opportunity that I have to share my experiences and what I have learned with the younger generations.
As a result I am pursuing a career in EdTech. Currently at PTC I get to build products that help students of all ages experience engineering. Most of my time is spent in the Internet of Things (IoT) space, making what is an extremely complicated systems-engineering challenge accessible to students in K-12 and University.
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Lead Engineer and Product Manager for PTC's Academic Products group. Managing development teams in India and US to develop eLearning platforms, course enablement tools, and edTech solutions. Primarily focused on creating new lines of business such as IoTU.com.
Developing software for the Internet of Things, with an EdTech focus. Primarily using MEAN stack and associated development tools (Gulp, Yeoman, Karma, etc.) to integrate homegrown solutions built for the education space with the ThingWorx platform.
Maintained a high level of proficiency with PTC Creo, PTC Windchill, PTC Mathcad, and ThingWorx in order to build demos, write curriculum, and instruct trainings for both students and educators.
Rotated between academic technical support, curriculum development, professional development, and application engineer roles. Received both technical training in engineering with a focus on product development and non-technical training in pedagogy.
Christa Corigan McAullife Center
Technical resource to maintain the simulated mars mission equipment. Additionally a trained planetarium educator.
B.S. Business & Information Technology
Graduated Summa Cumme Laude with 3.94 GPA.
Honors: Alpha Lamba Delta National Honors Society, Emerging Leaders Program, Omicron Delta Epsilon International Honors Society in Economics, The Honors Society of Phi Kappa Phi.
Address: 348 Neponset Street, Canton MA