Programming professionally since 1995 and more recently applying my skills as a Principal Engineer, Tech Lead, and Release Manager. There are few things I haven't done in the realm of web development. With a firm belief in the value of Agile Methodologies, I became a Certified Scrum Master. I pride myself on writing code that is modular, extendable, maintainable, and readable. I understand the difference between code that will get the job done fast and code that will get the job done well, and when to use each. I know how a little good planning can save countless man-hours. And, most importantly, I know the limits of my knowledge and when to ask questions of those around me.
I prefer to work with people who care passionately about the quality of their work, and make software that people actually want to use. Making the world a better place would be a pretty nice bonus.
If you'd like to know more about me there's plenty of info available at masukomi.org
As the first web developer in a new business unit, I was responsible for putting together the first customer-facing graphs and information pages, as well as tools to allow customers to provision internal systems. As the team grew and we acquired Acerno, I helped improve and expand the primary internal provisioning system that came along with the acquisition.
My various projects involved the use of Java with Struts, Perl, and Python.
Worked on a web based system that combined Customer Relationship Management, Sales Force Automation, and Content Management tools to support the Freight Forwarding industry.
Leveraged Java, JMS, XML, and Perl to develop a modular integration server.
I've been working professionally (as a web developer) since 1995. I spent the first eight years working for myself. Before then, I spent a number of years doing Graphic Design, Prepress (flexographic and traditional), and Web Design work.
Also, English, basic Esperanto, and terrible Spanish.
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For more please see my repositories on GitHub
As a member of CERT attached to the Emergency Management Association of a local town. I help manage personnel, provide first-aid, and work the radios for inter-departmental communications. This happens during emergencies and real-world practice scenarios like the Boston Marathon.