As a coder by hobby and trade, with over fifteen years of web GUI experience, I keep abreast of the latest technologies in software development to enhance the quality of software that I write.
Bachelor of Science in Information Technology with Advanced Mobile Development Certificate
Android, iOS, OS X, Windows
Eclipse, Genesys 8, MS Office Suite, MS SQL Manager, MS SQL Server, MS Visual Studio.Net, Maven, MySQL, SQLite, Tomcat, Visual Studio Code, XCode
Performance Technology Partners, LLC.
Dec 2014 - present
Natoma Technologies, Inc.
October 2013 - November 2014
April 2013 - September 2013
Veterinary Information Network
February 2009 - April 2013
LJT & Associates
June 2004 - December 2008
USAF Montgomery, AL
2000 - May 2004
Currently, and for several years, I have been working in web development. I have used my extensive client-side web skill-set (HTML5, CSS, JS, TypeScript) to develop projects for the web that behave as though they were native applications.
Beyond that, I have been expanding my knowledge and skill with jQuery and Bootstrap by developing my own extension libraries to add even more functionality. Having moved back into a Java environment after years of .Net, I have been quickly improving my Java, Spring MVC, Thymeleaf, and Eclipse skills.
Prior to my work at VIN, I began my career in software in 2000 when I joined the Air Force; there, I received training in numerous aspects of the field in seminars, classes, and online. My background in ASP, SQL, and Java/JSP secured a position in which I was able to learn Oracle, MS SQL Server, XML, C# and the .Net framework. After leaving the Air Force, I obtained a position with LJT & Associates where I utilized my past experience in web design while continuing to learn, advance, and broaden my skillset.
Outside of the office, as a tech junkie, hobbyist, and gamer, I taught myself Objective-C, and delved into the iOS aspect of the language. I am determined to develop killer apps to help myself and my friends with our gaming hobbies. I have a developer license for Apple products, and continue to become more knowledgeable in the environment and the evolving Swift language.
In the first half of 2016, I completed my Bachelor of Science in Information Technology from University of Phoenix. I chose the path that included the Advanced Mobile Development Certificate as I enjoy working with mobile devices as much as I enjoy working with web applications.