- Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering, University of Texas at Dallas (2011)
|Software||Visual Studio, Netbeans, Eclipse, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Dreamweaver, Microsoft Office|
|Operating Systems||Windows XP/Vista/7, Mac OS X, Unix, Linux|
2012 – present, 2Dialog.
- I write a lot of code. Have some fun while I do it too.
2010 – 2012, Suarez & Simmons Inc.
nSiteBuilders.com – Project Lead
- Led design and development of a comprehensive web application aimed at providing home builders with a service for tracking competition.
- Created and maintained a unique MVC framework using PHP to accommodate specific security needs and provide scalability in extending the application.
- Developed several advanced interface tools employing jQuery and Ajax to seamlessly integrate presentation with server-side operations.
2006 – 2012, Angelwire Creative.
Acted as primary software developer for a multitude of contracted projects such as:
- Pulte CTT – Pulte Homes
A unique application for Pulte Homes that allowed for increased coordination in selling efforts against competitors across the country.
- eXeta – Xeta Telecommunications
Led the design and development for a custom eCommerce solution that provided a tier based customer system for Xeta clientele.
- Nations Home Warranty
Maintained and extended an existing online application process for prospective home-owners and developed additional tools to enhance website usability and SEO.
- The Voice of Pro Equine Group
Developed software that allows the consolidation of a single customer database across multiple companies by allowing company users to define how data should be imported ad exported into the application using their own Excel formats.
- Wrote a networked terrain-simulation video game using C++ and the Ogre gaming engine.
- In development of a 2D game library for projects designed for Xbox 360, PC, and Windows Phone 7 using C# and the XNA framework.
- Have written a MVC web framework using PHP that can automatically link tables to objects and perform all their CRUD operations without the need for writing code.