Senior Developer | United States Air Force | San Antonio, TX. Jan 2017 – Present
Senior Developer – ColdFusion 2018 programmer (SQL Server 2012 Database). Subbed out through Veteran Engineering & Technology
, I upgrade and support the United States Air Force systems for the WDMS (Working Dog Management System) project. This includes the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines; and, the DOD (Department of Defense) Dog Center.
I maintain the current applications with a strict release processes using fortify for the security approval process. Responsible for all code changes, the documented fix with a list of all the files modified and a passing security scan with a test case per change request.
My editing tool is eclipse using the Team Foundation Server for the version source control.
Responsible for managing the development and testing teams for WDMS.
Work closely with the team´s configuration manager to schedule version releases.
Work with various departments within the military to ensure rapid application development by gathering requirements, create effort estimations and perform data analysis. I currently lead a team of 14 people. We have 8 testers (we are moving to the cloud), 5 other ColdFusion developers and two Database Administrators (we are switching to Oracle).
Senior Developer – ColdFusion 11 programmer (MS SQL 2008 R2 Database). Upgraded and supported PERSI (Public Employee Retirement System of Idaho). The system maintained roughly 810 employers, 100,000 members (or public employees) and around 80,000 web accounts including insurance vendors, employer contacts and PERSI members.
I implemented a 6.1 Fusebox framework and maintained a highly secure application using CFCs (ColdFusion Components). My most significant achievement was building a component browser interface where other technical administrators could interact with the CFC (ColdFusion Component) methods via form post. This interaction would update the end-users data or to get data for the end-users process. These were the same methods invoked within the ColdFusion code. Very cool stuff.
My second most proud application was the creation of My Secure Directory. A dynamically driven application (no database) that created the end-users directory to exchange (upload/download) secure documents. The application would notify the in-house employee(s) via email that a document was uploaded and had its own clean-up process. The overall size of the storage space need with grow and shrink on a daily bases. This was a very efficient process considering there were so many end-users.
ColdFusion 9 programmer (DB2 in Main Frame and Fusebox 6.1 Framework). I maintained and upgraded the tax entering application for the internal staff to better suit their current needs for the truck driver tax submissions.
ColdFusion 9 programmer for various clients throughout the United States using mostly CF8 & Oracle 11g. I was subcontracted by Cayuse Technologies for their clients which all maintained a non-disclosure agreement. My projects were always the biggest projects and I normally worked directly with the upper-management for the given client.
ColdFusion 8 programmer (MS SQL 2005). I maintained the client portal and expanded the portal for their new customer base as they grew. I used mostly ColdFusion Components (CFCs) to ensure high security, code reusability and to keep the performance at the highest level. This also involved reporting features to compare the relative costs and proven benefits of purchasing our service.
ColdFusion 8, Lead Programmer for the GTB website (http://www.gtbindians.org/) or Newsletter Department. Trained the team in web administration, CS3, HTML; and, CSS. I was
also a systems technician which included Networking, Software, PC, Printer, Core Systems for The Grand Traverse Resort, The Leelanau Sands Casino; and, the Turtle Creek Casino.
I was in charge of the data backup system; and, strategies. I maintained software guidelines/regulation standards, documentation of applications. I represented the IT
Department on a management level; and, identified areas where existing policies and procedures required change.
ColdFusion Programmer / Contract Work
| Mount Clemens, MI. | Mar 2006 – Jun 2006
based on user requirements.
ColdFusion Programmer / Contract Work
| Grand Rapids, MI. | Jan 2006 – Mar 2006
administrative control panels, email setup; and, domain name purchases. All clientele has been dropped or transferred. I boosted websites visibility through SEO; and, ensured
cross browser compatibility using W3C compliance.
Business Owner | The Internet Web Firm | Lake Leelanau, MI. | Dec 2001 – Jan 2006
Maintained a small website clientele, including hosting, custom administrative control panels, email setup, domain name purchases; until all clientele had been dropped or transferred.
Boosted website visibility through SEO and ensured cross-browser compatibility using W3C compliance.
Researched competitive strategies and prepared clients for future needs/plans/strategies.
Provided consultation for technical guidance. Computer services for hardware, software, printers, networking, etc.