David Tuttle

22 Newcombs Mill Road

Kingston, MA 02364

dtuttle@umass.edu    •    (339) 933-9341   •    github.com/DigitalFleuret


University of Massachusetts Amherst, MA 01003

Aug. 2014 – Present

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Theater

Member of Commonwealth Honors College

Cumulative GPA 3.573; Dean’s List Fall ’15

Silver Lake Regional High School, Kingston, MA 02364

Aug. 2010 – May 2014

High School Diploma (Top 10% of Class)

Member of National Honor Society


Languages: Java, C#, C, C++, Python, Scala, HTML, CSS, and some experience with Assembly, and SQL.

Tools/Frameworks: Unity, Git, OpenGL, Adobe Photoshop, Autodesk Maya, VirtualBox, Adobe After Effects. Some experience with Unreal Engine.

Relevant Knowledge: Linear Algebra, Calculus, Discrete Math and Statistics, Project Management, Software Design Patterns, Algorithm Design and Analysis, Data Structures, Mobile Development and some experience with network programming.


GlowLime Games – Amherst, MA 01002

Dec. 2015 – Present

Lead Programmer

  • Programmed the turn progression and enemy AI systems.
  • Set project goals and assign tasks to programming team members.
  • Run weekly meetings to ensure we reach our deadlines.
  • Write technical documentation to help my team to stay organized.

Fukushima Game Jam Participant at Becker College – Worcester, MA 01609

Aug. 2015


  • Rapidly prototyped with a small team to create a game for the Oculus Rift in 48 hours.
  • Wrote the procedural generation system for the game's environments.
  • Utilized GitHub version control software in order for each member to work simultaneously.
  • Assisted in programming the physics associated with the player character.

Professor Rory Miskimen’s Lab at the University of Massachusetts – Amherst, MA 01003

Aug. 2014 – Dec. 2014

Research Assistant – Assistant Programmer and Software Quality Assurance Engineer

  • Collaborated with another student to develop a Python application to interface with lab equipment.
  • Guaranteed quality software by using version control and by seeking out potential user errors.
  • Worked independently as well as collaboratively with other students in the lab.
  • Presented work through papers, oral presentations, and scientific posters.


Secretary of the University of Massachusetts Animation Club

Sept. 2014 – Present

  • Helped found the organization and develop the production pipeline for the animators.
  • Handle note taking, attendance documents, and storyboarding archives.

Silver Lake Robotics Team

Sept. 2012 – May 2014

Robot Programmer

  • Helped program the robot's movement capabilities.
  • Collaborated with teammates to troubleshoot issues with the robot's autonomous function.