Capital One (McLean VA) — Lead instructor for multiple 6-month cohorts of software developer bootcamp. Update curriculum and train software developers.
Luav (Fairfax VA) — Develop Ruby on Rails website for credit monitoring services. Build financial coaching website in PHP. Update documentation.
Amazon.com contractor (Herndon VA) — Build reports on documentation data, displaying trends over time for a wide variety of customers.
LogiXML (McLean VA) — Train customers in use of company's business intelligence reporting products, using web-based and client-based tools, as well as database software. Write training documents and record videos. Extensive traveling.
NASA contractor (Greenbelt MD) — Web developer and technical lead.
MTS (Frederick MD) — Technical trainer and webmaster.
Freelancing (Leesburg VA) — Web developer
Loudoun County Adult Education (Loudoun County VA) — Instructor
|Feb. 2007||Applied Tactics (Purcelville VA) — (side project) Senior ASP programmer, sole developer for Kidville.||Mar. 2007|
Rockwell Collins STS (Sterling VA) — Tech writer and Lead on B1 CM
Intersect Software (Sterling VA) — Java Developer and Tech Writer
About.com (internet side project) — Author
Papyrus (internet side project) — Editor of web fiction magazine.
Litton/PRC (Tyson's Corner VA) — Software engineer.
IBA (Reston VA) — ASP and Oracle developer
Fairfax County Adult Education (Fairfax County VA) — Instructor
Bachelor's of Science in Computer Science at George Mason University (attended September 1995 through April 1998), graduating on the honor roll.
- In 2010, was interviewed as "technology expert" on FOX5 live TV program about Apple iPad announcement.
- In 2008, published the Kindle Fan Guide electronically and as a print-on-demand book.
- In 2007, wrote a side-scrolling arcade shooter game for Syllable, Firestorm, completely from scratch
- Also in 2007, wrote a prototype real-time strategy game for Mac OS X, completely from scratch
- In 2001, spoke at Comdex panel on competing computer operating systems
- In 1998, wrote a collaborative multiplayer chat game, Starlanes, that the Sci-Fi Channel hosted for an online convention
- Operating systems: Unix/Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X, all at the administrative level
- Desktop applications: Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, OpenOffice, Photoshop
- Language: Excellent written and verbal skills; I'm usually the office dictionary