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Lead DeveloperSep 2010
Lead developer responsible for first porting the application from VB6 to .NET, and then maintaining the application over the years, adding content and doing weekly releases containing new content and features. The name of the software is Senuke, and it is the leader in its field of SEO. While I am still working here, my responsibilities have shrunk to the point where I need another full time job :) - It will not interfere with any new position I take, no matter how many hours are needed.
Software ArchitectMar 2008
I designed and now simply maintain a comprehensive software and hardware solution that handles all aspects of the business management in a small number of entertainment venues here in Thailand. The system includes a custom POS, employee management, front and rear facing websites for both customers and employees, a series of interactive webcam stations with chatrooms and the ability to chat "one on one" between employees and clients, and integrated a live video streaming from Ustream.
Senior DeveloperMar 2006 - Oct 2007 (1 year)
Worked as a senior software developer on the Hertz Neverlost project. I left due to my pending move to S.E. Asia and in good standing. Great group of people, and got some great experience dealing with mission critical SQL Server replication solutions. (I was pretty good at that, if I do say so myself).
Senior Software DeveloperFeb 2005 - Mar 2006 (1 year)
My first contract in Tulsa... Was hired originally via Robert Half, but taken on full time shortly after. I was one of the key members working on the Garth Brooks website (integration and security), as well as several other in-house projects. I left when I received a better offer from Anywhere Mobile Solutions.
Software ArchitectFeb 2000 - Feb 2005 (5 years)
While with Elrod, I designed and developed a total of 35 .NET applications (initially in .NET 1.0, ending with 2.0). The apps handled literally all aspects of the business, including automation that reduced the number of employees from 27 to 5, and their database from a series of 3.5" index cards to a SQL Server database. The system is still in place and working, and I provide occasional support for the employees even now.