About Me


mI am a developer, blogger, tech speaker, and father of 2.

Currently employed as  a Programmer/Analyst  responsible for web development, database development (SQL Server/NoSQL), SharePoint, and desktop application development in .NET and Java.

I am a strong advocate for test driven development, and I have a pragmatic approach to technology.

I have been in the I.T. field for over 13 years with my roots in Open Source Software (LAMP stack).

I hold MCITP and MCDBA certification in SQL Server and have been recognized by ESRI for special achievement in GIS for front-end architecture design of a web based mapping solution.

My 2014 goals are focused on Mobile Development, Front-End Architecture, and JavaScript development.

My full resume is here.

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