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Software Developer

Location:
Indianapolis, Indiana, United States
Posted:
May 19, 2017
Email:
ac0d86@r.postjobfree.com

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Danny Jenkins

Software Developer

Experienced in the software development life cycle: Design, programming, database and application development, maintenance, and end-user support in both corporate and military environments. Work well with others as part of a team, comfortable handling tasks on my own as well. Seeking an environment to utilize my software development skills and continue to learn new technologies.

Computer Skills: Unix/Linux, Unix Shell, C/C++/C#, Visual Basic 6, SQL, Visual Studio, TFS, SourceSafe, PVCS, CVS, Oracle, PL/SQL, SQL*Plus, SQL Developer, Toad, Sybase, Microsoft SQL Server, T-SQL, Informix, MS Access, Cerner CCL, Sharepoint, Microsoft Windows

Work Experience

06/2015 - 12/2016

Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Indianapolis, IN

Software Developer

Assigned to work remotely on the Arkansas AME Core MMIS Medicaid system. Front end GUI runs on Windows, and back end processing runs in Unix.

Responsible for modifying existing code and writing new code to meet the requirements for Arkansas.

Duties include writing programs in C, writing job scripts using Unix shell programming, and writing SQL using an Oracle database and Oracle SQL Developer.

Programming environment is a combination of Unix and Microsoft Visual Studio.

Part of team effort that completed Construction Phase of project on schedule.

04/2014 – 05/2014 CyberMetrix Columbus, IN

Software Developer

Worked with CyFlex system which is used for engine testing, primary client is Cummins.

Responsible for coding and testing for Cyflex system, which is done in C/C++ on a Linux based system.

Produced reports using an Oracle database.

09/2013 – 12/2013

IU Health

Indianapolis, IN

Application Support Analyst

Ensured the timely and accurate flow of data throughout the life cycle of a patient account.

Balanced and reconciled the interfaces between defined Revenue Cycle information systems and corrects data inaccuracies.

Provided on-call support for Cerner, SMS, and IDX/GE production systems.

Wrote queries and reports using Cerner’s CCL database language.

Monitored production performance following the implementation of system changes.

Assists with identification of root causes of script failures and documents issues for tracking purposes.

02/2011 – 08/2011

Hewlett-Packard

Indianapolis, IN

Software Developer

Assigned to Hewlett-Packard’s Indianapolis location in support of Indiana Medicaid automated systems.

Primarily responsible for maintenance and enhancements of existing systems running on Windows XP, Windows 7 and Unix using Oracle and Access 7.0 databases, programming in Microsoft ProC, Unix Shell, SQL, Oracle SQL*Plus and Toad.

Created new reports for AIM using Microsoft ProC and developing SQL code using Oracle SQL*Plus.

08/2006 – 10/2010

Midwest Planning

Herrin, IL

Carpenter

Responsible for completion of on-site projects, assigning tasks to crew members as needed.

01/2001 – 07/2006

Northrop Grumman

O’Fallon, IL

Software Developer

Assigned to Headquarters Air Mobility Command (HQAMC) at Scott Air Force base.

Participated in the development of CAMPS (Consolidated Air Mobility Planning System). This system consolidates the various independently developed Mission Planning systems into a single Mission Planning system to serve all Air Force Commands.

Developed software on PC’s running Windows NT/2000, Sun SparcStations running Unix, both Sybase and Oracle databases, programming in C/C++, Visual Basic 6.0, and Unix shell programming.

My responsibilities included maintenance, enhancement, and support of legacy systems running on a Unix platform, as well as participation in the process of moving functionality from Unix/C systems to the Microsoft Windows/Visual Basic platform used by the CAMPS system.

Responsible for modifications to existing mission planning system, running UNIX on Sun SparcStations, using Microsoft ProC, Unix shell scripting and Sybase SQL database. Enhanced the system to allow an unlimited number of missions to be pushed to the execution system from the previous one at a time.

As part of an Air Force directive that Oracle replace Sybase as the standard database, completed a successful large-scale effort to convert all Unix based C applications from Sybase to Oracle.

Responsible for modifying approximately 300 Microsoft ProC programs and the associated SQL from existing Sybase database to run on Oracle 8.0i.

Responsible for mission data analysis and software changes required to maintain data integrity.

Held Secret level security clearance.

06/1995 – 11/2000

TRI-COR Industries

O’Fallon, IL

Systems Analyst

Assigned to Headquarters Air Mobility Command (HQAMC) at Scott Air Force base.

Tasked to develop a Metrics program to analyze the interface that provides communication between Air Force Command and Control systems. The analysis focused on the timeliness and accuracy of the information passed between systems, and was used to present operational and technical alternatives.

Developed a MS Access database and a parser written in Access VB to process and store the data being downloaded on a daily basis. This data consisted of all messages passed between Command and Control systems worldwide. This 100 percent sampling rate provided the accuracy needed to gain the trust of Air Force personnel.

System developed and run on Windows NT 4.0 and 5.1, using MS Access for the database. Reports, spreadsheets, and slides produced using Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

Held Secret level security clearance.

05/1994 - 06/1995

Continental Baking Company

St. Louis, MO

Programmer/Analyst

Involved in the development of software for the company’s Route Accounting Support System (RASS).

Responsibilities include design, coding, and testing of C applications, system testing, and 24 hour online support for production systems across the U.S. including Alaska.

PC/LAN systems at the bakeries use OS/2 servers, DOS workstations, and a LAN server network. Applications are written in C, database is Borland’s Paradox.

04/1990 – 05/1994

Edison Brothers Stores

St. Louis, MO

Senior Programmer

Participated in the development of software for the company’s automated distribution centers.

Responsible for design, programming, testing, documentation and support for applications written in C and Presentation Manager. Also responsible for writing SQL queries using Microsoft SQL Server.

Designed and implemented a subsystem utilizing hand-held RF bar code scanners. Programmed the scanners using proprietary IRL, and wrote supporting C program and SQL queries residing on server.

02/1989 – 04/1990

OAO Corporation

St. Louis, MO

Programmer/Analyst

Responsible for writing and testing C programs and Unix shell scripts.

Responsible for importing/exporting data, writing SQL queries, and utilizing the Informix RDBMS to produce reports for display on screen and printouts.

Rewrote C program used for importing data into Informix, reducing processing time from 8 hours to 3 minutes.

Education

1988

Southern Illinois University

Carbondale, IL

B.S. Computer Science

Minor in Mathematics



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