Â· Senior Application Developer on Web-based Health Product for the CDC. This project utilized many of the J2EE technologies including JSF (JavaServer Faces), JMS, and EJBs.
Â· Utilized a mix of software development methodologies including SCRUM and RUP (Rational Unified Processed) which also included daily meetings, continuous builds, and focus unit-testing.
Â· Owned a Disease Program Area Module, which included development of Java Server Faces (JSF/Apache MyFaces) based user-interface and integration to business-layers and middleware layers. Spring and Hibernate used extensively for the business layer.
Â· Ported the J2EE application from Weblogic to Jboss 4.0.3/Tomcat 5 including JVM tuning and monitoring.
Â· Configured subversion setup on a Redhat Linux and designed continuous integration/nightly build server using CruiseControl
Â· Resolved bugs through JVM garbage collection monitoring tools. Developed unit-tests for 50%+ coverage. Tracked bugs with Fogbugz bug tracking software. Static source analysis and best practices with checkstyle.
GIS Software Developer / Information Technology Analyst
Khafra Engineering / City of Atlanta
July 2002 - April 2005
Â· Core Developer on (GIS) Geographic Information System Web Applications for Clean Water Atlanta Program. Used Enterprise Java Technology to build MVC based mapping web-applications. Day-to-Day tasks included development, writing unit tests, working with users on ways to improve the over-all design. Users include City of Atlanta residents as well as the Watershed Public Involvement engineering group.
Â· Developed web application connecting City of Atlanta water-line data to images and video of cracks and defects in the pipes. This system allowed the City of Atlanta engineering teams to address the most critical problem areas.
Â· Implemented geographic processing libraries, the Internet Management System (ArcIMS) under JBOSS/Tomcat Application Server.
Â· Utilized a variety of open source java technology including Struts, Hibernate, Ant on Redhat Linux.
Â· Developed standalone GUI application tools with the ESRI GIS library ArcObjects in C/C++/VB COM and Java based MapObjects libraries
University of Alabama
Fall 1998 - May 2002
Â· Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, graduated May 2002
Â· Minor in Computer Science
Â· Engineering and Computer Tech Intern: Bellsouth (Birmingham, AL) Summer 2001, Database/Data Warehousing Intern: El Paso Energy / Sonat Gas (Birmingham, AL) Summer 1999 and Summer 2000
Â· Relevant Course Operating Systems (CS426), Data Structures (CS357), Digital Logic (ECE380), Microcomputers (ECE383), Software Design and Development (CS415), Introduction to Java Programming (CS424), Computer Vision and Digital Image Processing (ECE 482), Discrete Math (MATH301)
Â· Some Coursework at University of Texas at Dallas - Fall 1997 to May 1998
Â· Frameworks: Apache Wicket, Java Server Faces (JSF), Spring MVC, Hibernate, jQuery, Building IBM SOAP web-services, jUnit Unit Testing,