1/1999 - Present
Technology, Inc. (CST), Huntsville, Alabama.
Senior Web Programmer. Serving
as Team Leader and Senior Web Developer responsible for Internet, intranet, and extranet
web development on the Logistics Integrated Database (LIDB) and WebLOG
projects for the U.S. Army Logistics Support Activity (LOGSA)
using Coldfusion, Powerbuilder, J2SE and J2EE compliant
middleware and application server tools. Primary emphasis is on web-enabling
legacy/mainframe logistics applications by means of migrating data into
Oracle and providing for strong communication between the web-based Graphical
User Interface (GUI) and Oracle by means of middleware application sever
scripting such as Cold Fusion, and soon, J2EE-compliant Java Server Pages
(JSP), eXtensible HyperText Markup Language (XHTML), and other XML-compliant
technologies. Provide guidance and support to other programmers in web
modeling, program debugging and web concepts in order to streamline the
LIDB/WebLOG programming process. Frequently communicate with functional
personnel on requirements, feasibility and applicability of current and
future web-enabled applications. Conduct occasional classes and tutorials
on HTML and introductory and advanced web development concepts. Web-enabled
applications nearing completion or recently completed include Unique Item
Tracking (UIT); Sets, Kits, and Outfits (SKO); Single Stock Fund (SSF);
Virtual Transportation System (VTS); LOGSA-wide Password Synchronization
effort and Log911. Frequently used: ColdFusion 4.5, J2EE, Visual Café
6 and 7, PVCS Version Manager, and SQL Plus. Also proficient in Active
Server Pages (ASP), CGI/PERL, Dynamic HTML, and computer graphics design,
creation and layout. Completed training in:
1) Fast Track to ColdFusion
2) XML and Java
Web Design and Internet Consultation, Huntsville, Alabama.
Owner. In charge of overseeing all aspects of operations. Responsible
for all sales, domain registration, and virtual web hosting. Shares responsibilities
with subcontractors for page layout, HTML, programming, graphics, and
maintenance of web sites. Development projects included static, dynamic,
database and e-commerce solutions for clients. Frequently used: ASP, CGI/PERL,
other graphics design packages.
3/1997 - 1/1999
Corporation. Huntsville, Alabama.
Systems Analyst. Responsible for optical signature analysis and programming
in C/C++, AWK, PERL, CGI/PERL, and FORTRAN in support of SBIRS-low USAF
project. Served as liaison between Nichols and subcontractors on interface
requirements for C/C++ and legacy FORTRAN programs. Also experienced in
2) Advanced Java
10/1994 - 3/1997
Solutions, Inc (SESI). Huntsville, Alabama.
Programmer II. Responsible for utility implementations for database management
systems for LOGSA.
Frequently used: UNIX, Microsoft Visual C/C++, Raima
(Vista) DBMS, Vermont Views, Powerbuilder 5.0.
3/1992 - 9/1994
The University of Alabama
in Huntsville, Department of Physics.
Research Assistant. Responsible for development and maintenance of C and
Pascal programs; hardware-software interfacing, system operation, and
data reduction in optical metrology experiments. Implemented and managed
networking and tape backup system on group computers.