AT&T Services, Inc. – Alpharetta, GA
May 2010 – Present
Senior-Software Engineer – Roles: Software Architect, Web Application Developer/Programmer Analyst, Security liaison, Security Analyst, Release Manager, Production Support
Technology: ColdFusion 12 (2016), Oracle 11G, jQuery, Angular JS, HTML5, CSS3, IIS, Apache
Other Professional Experience /Projects – 2002 – 2010
Consultant (Architect/Team Lead/ Project Lead/Business and Systems Analyst ) – Primarily ColdFusion Projects
AT&T Mobility, GA – COU
Multiple projects including integrating iPhone launch, Recertification, Dynamic Custom Report generator, App Store for enterprise.
CCEI – ChildCare Education Institute, GA
Re-architected and upgraded existing online child care education application – including content management, course delivery, student progress tracking, dynamic certificate generation, course management tools, web based student registration.
City of New York, NY – MIS
Analyzed, architected and developed prototypes for a NY state funded welfare recipient assistance management web application + enhance and optimize existing applications.
Sankyo Pharma (Daiichi), NJ
Re-architected & developed major upgrades for large custom built Project Management application with custom resource utilization reports, Executive dashboard, secure reporting and dynamic project request, change request management with customizable workflow supporting changing complex organizational structures.
Developed several custom applications for ToysRUs (integrate w Amazon, custom feeds to Froogle.com, in store Self Help Retail store Kiosks (ToysRUs & BabiesRUs stores nationwide), Retail Store Party Booking web application (Customer and store admin areas), Supplier/Product Catalog management system, Competitor Offer analysis tools, Help/FAQ application for ToysRUs corporate, etc.) & custom web applications for other customers
Web based intake and tracking system for Fujitsu Service centers; shipping cost estimation tool (gets quotes from USPS, UPS & FedEx); consume partner web services to compile, transform and load data into a database and display rebranded content.
NFLC (National Foreign Language Center) – University of Maryland –Technical Lead – for offsite and offshore teams developed a large data collecting web application – for researchers worldwide to provide quantitative and qualitative grant data for analysis (funded by U.S. Department of Education)
Before-2002 (View Details)
Worked in teams for Multiple web based applications for clients ranging from DRS (Defense), RentVillas.com (Travel), AskAllied.com (corporate Office supplies), Scholastic, Hyperion, Princeton Review, Webconferencing.com.