Attention potential employer,
I know how to translate ideas into designs that are innovative, functional and fit a customer’s complex requirements. I’ve worked in remote offices, cubicles, motel rooms, road side tents, track side boxes, field training exercises, backseat of automobiles and small aircraft. I’ve delivered unique solutions that tackle tough development challenges in demanding environments.
Thank you for your consideration in my search for new coding projects to tackle. Brian Vogl
Some Links here of recent work additional links are embedded in the document: Servo project. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wYrcnsq09EA The Skroly personal marquee. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQhNbCwpqSU http://www.skroly.com
Paramotor Engine repair. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fzS7tlqWNcE Rock Assault available for Android: Use your cell phone’s web browser. http://artizt.com/rock/RockAssaoltNew.apk
Resume with contact details: http://artizt.com/java/resume/resume_vr2.pdf linkedin url: http://linkedin.com/in/snackerdog
Github URL http://github.com/snackerdog Not too much at github. Portfolio URL http://artizt.com/java
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Advanced Ground Information Systems Inc. - Oct 2005 to Sep 2010 - Remote – Sr. Software Engineer Developed embedded solutions for pocket PC phones, Android and PCs using VS2008 and WM6, Eclipse Java / Java EE and C++, C# .Net. Obtained DSS secret clearance, configured FIPS 200 compliant remote office under NRL contract, The AGIS Life Ring product features real time position reporting that gives military and first responders a (COP): Common Operational Picture. Improved GUI and communications, integrated live streaming video to cell phones and PCs, added real time map and picture transfer, white boarding and map annotation drawing and chat functionality. Participated in real time simulated combat field testing and training exercises held in Fort Pickett VA. Java NDK & C++ development for Android phones.
Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) – Jan 2002 to Oct 2004 - Kansas City, MO.– SW/HW R&D Engineer Team lead responsible for architectural and functional OOP design, inter-application messaging spec and GUI display of real time video capture systems for railroad and truck intermodal terminal applications. Designed interface to line and area scan cameras, OCR preprocessing engine and nuclear radiation detection systems. Did electronic design and Coding in C++, C# and Java to acquire serial signals & communicate with remote computers using discrete I/O and sockets for Port of Virginia, CN Montreal Speed Gate and others. Developed traffic control systems with multiple inputs / outputs and complex timing using an embedded Rabbit microprocessor. Created software DSP to reduce audio noise inside an ICTF gate stand using a software dsp fft.
Generation Technologies – Sep 2000 to Sep 2001 - Overland Park, KS – Visual C++ Programmer Enhanced and modified newsroom management software used by news and information agencies. Worked with Windows API, Developer MS Studio IDE and Source Safe. Created design documentation, coding to interface with embedded MS Word & Media Player and other COM objects. Designed GUI interface for Video display from real time RF Video card input, added syntax highlighting and other features to the Network Information Management (NIM) product. Informix Software - Dec 1999 to Mar 2000 - Lenexa, KS - Database Programmer -- Contract. Modified the Informix web based product catalog system. The product catalog is used by customers and sales representatives of Informix to locate order and download Informix products. Brian Vogl continued:
Sprint Communications - Jul 1997 to Jul 1998 - Gardner, KS. - SQL Database Programmer Work in Network Support, help desk environment, responsible for the EWO drafting system database maintenance. Bourne Shell for Unix and REXX Scripts for OS2 to query, analyze and update the main EWO Informix database. Create reports and used EWO to maintain dwg files and correct faults in the main Informix Database. Public Television 19 Inc. – Jun 1986 to Nov 1995 - KCPT - KC, MO. - Broadcast Engineer Maintenance, repair and operation of broadcast and production equipment, high power U.H.F. transmitter, tape machines, cameras, computers and special effects generators developed hardware interfaces and custom software solutions in assembly language, C and Visual basic. Used Autocad to create facilities and design drawings, created custom automation database software that facilitated editing of nightly promo reels. Used Dialogic telephone interface and created an internet gateway and graphical user interface to programs and messaging systems for information management of PBS auction activities. J.C. Air now Aeroflex - Jul 1995 to Oct 1995 - Gardner, KS. - C++ Programmer / Computer Engineer Part time contract Created front end of a stand alone ATE device for testing and troubleshooting of DME equipment, wrote analytic interpreter software in MS C++ to decode instructions sent via an IEEE 488 serial interface and send commands to user interface and test engine software.
H & K Computers Inc. - Nov 1984 to Apr 1988 - KC,MO. - Electronics Design Engineer - Consultant 4-86 to 4-88 Initially computer, calculator, video and electronic customer service, sales and field repair, later design, prototyping, testing, board layout, programming and manufacturing of an embedded processor controlled clock operated switch. Switch utilized an embedded Motorola microprocessor programmed as a clock, and hand-held programmer. Device controls heavy AC loads for the outdoor advertising industry. Featuring a unique relay design that uses a photodiode to detect and adjust power relay timing, a separate liquid crystal display programmer to initialize clock and Sunrise Sunset calculation programs. Developed a 3 pass assembler to process mnemonic 6502 assembly code to binary machine readable form.. Central Valley Electronics - Apr 1980 to Nov 1984 - KC, MO. – Self Employed - Hardware and Software Design Engineer HW/SW design and development of a slow scan video facsimile device that accepts an NTSC video signal digitizes it and sends it to a computer one line at a time via an RS232 serial interface. Wrote software to anti-alias and display the video. Hardware and software interface engineer responsible for development and manufacturing. Design of an OCR program in 6502 assembly language. Harmon Electronics - Before 1980 - Grain Valley, MO. - Design Engineer Did electronic Design of railroad trackside signaling, crossing equipment and related protection devices. Delivered designs to manufacturing and reviewed their construction. The design of relay logic and its conversion to discrete logic lead to an interest in computers and computer programming.
Programming for the Dialogic telephone communications board. Used C, C++ to code to create telephone voice mail, information and solicitation systems.
Custom Java applet software, Anybase base conversion program, Rubics Cube, Rock Assault, Mandelbrot set and other computer games,. See: artizt.com for complete suite of programming samples.
Technical writing for educational purposes - Suspension bridge kit, "The Mathematics of Suspension", Instructions for assembling an electric motor using household items. Science experiments for ten year olds.
Designed an electric can crusher. Device for crushing aluminum cans. Featuring a Triac controlled AC reversible motor, CMOS circuitry, safety door and a unique four screw mechanism.
Maintenance, electronics repair and operational experience with many and various types of television broadcast, and video editing equipment.
Secret clearance issued by DSS (Defense Security Service).for government operations.
Participated in USAF Patriot 7 training exercises held in Fort Pickett, VA.
Developer of Java applet programs Taginit Location tagging software, Voice URL, YX3Z.com and others.
Developer of the Skrolly Personal Marquee. ( See Skroly.com ). EDUCATION:
1989 - 1994 Chemical Engineering - University of Kansas - Lawrence, KS. l987 - 1989 Mathematics, Engineering and Computer Science courses – Johnson County Community College - Overland Park, KS. l979 General Class Radiotelephone License (First Class) 1975 - 1977 Electronics Technology Degree - Electronics Institute - K.C, MO.