To expand upon my skills as a programmer and be an invaluable part of the team I work with.
Craigslist Rental (Work in progress) - A scanner that parses Craigslist listings (python) and then combines mapping technology to help simplify apartment searches.
WPF MVVM (2010) - A lab manager to assist in the management of the lab machines utilizing WTT db, and WIM.
NetWars (2008) - A very basic game exploring game development.
Rastershop (2004) - An AJAX based image editor that used ImageMagick serverside.
As a SqlServer Build Engineer, I helped to oversee the release cycle of SQLServer 2008, SQLServer 2008 R2, and the upcomming SQL11. Additionally, I helped to maintain the development cycles and customer on demand builds. This often required setting expectations for build systems and providing quick clear response while identifying the initial path of investigation to the many possible issues that could occur within the build systems. Over the years, I've gained experience in the evolution of 3 variations of SQLServer build systems, and as well as experience in the maintenance of the nearly 500 build lab machines.
Recently the SQLServer Infrastructure teams were moved to new team that acts as a major Build Lab for the Server and Tools Business Division of Microsoft. As a result of this merger I was moved to a new team to assist in the unification of SQLServer build and have taken over quite a few builds, each building in drastically different environments. Within two months of taking on this new position I played a major role in addressing major issues in a build that was creating mainy problems. (That build is doing is doing much better now.)
Performed work on a wide range of websites, where my skills could be used.
Performed work on a wide range of projects, where my skills could be used.
Developed, maintained and provided support for UW Technology's ticketing system, Request Tracker.
Acted as a developer for Modwest's web development services. This work was mainly in Linux, PHP, HTML, CSS. I also interacted with the clients directly on many of the projects.
Developed multiple web sites utilizing UniVision's CMS system while working directly with customers to customize according to their needs and demands.
Primary task was to assist in the conversion of MTDC's technical documents into web pages for easy access. The job eventually evolved to include development of dynamic sites for specific tasks.
University of Montana, Missoula