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Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, FL
Master of Science in Computer Information Systems May 2001 GPA 3.9
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration May 1990 GPA 3.0
Programming languages: ASP .NET (VB & C#), C++, Java, Oracle Forms, obj C, COBOL (mod & debug)
Database technologies: MS SQL Server, Oracle, PL/SQL, MySQL, MS Access
Operating systems: Windows, UNIX, Linux, VMS
Android Development: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sportssynch.pathmaster
ATS (Applied Technology Solutions) (4/13 – present)
Application Developer II
Debug and fix defects in the Customer Information System ( Oracle forms, PL/SQL,
Add enhancements and new features to the Customer Information System and Web Portal.
Integrated Various Card Processor’s out of scope PA-DSS Card Processing applications with Customer Information System and integrated Web Portal with processor’s Hosted web pages to limit scope of PCI compliance. ( Java)
University of North Carolina at Wilmington (1/2002 – 4/2013)
Business and Technology Programmer Analyst
Design, develop and deploy enterprise applications used by students, faculty and staff (ASP .NET, java).
Some of the most impactful applications include:
oPost Office system - assigns & maintains data for all mail boxes assigned to students.
oStudent Government Elections – Web application for all student government elections.
oUNCW Events - application used by multiple departments to advertise events, accept registrations and take credit card payments.
oEnrollment deposit application – application used by all students enrolling at the University to pay enrollment deposit.
oCo-developed CAS authentication DLL- DLL that can be used by any .NET application to implement Single Sign-On from the University’s portal and gather various user information about the logged user from the ERP System and Active Directory.
Integrate various applications with University’s ERP system.
GE HARRIS Energy Control Systems (5/2000 - 11/2000)
Operations Engineering Intern
Utilization of Software Configuration Management tools (ClearCase) to research compatibility of code fixes
Writing of UNIX scripts to apply code fixes to remote systems
Computer Warehouse of North Carolina (2/1999 - 8/1999)
Responsible for all local operations: customer support, complete system builds, financial transactions
Advanced Technology Services (6/1998 - 2/1999) Contract assignment at GE Nuclear Engineering
PC Technician / Help Desk
Script Supervisor (7/1992 - 3/1998) Independent Contractor on 15+ film/TV productions