I’m not really sure what to write here. I’m a nerd in all possible ways. I am an open-source software developer • cyclist • maker • amateur extra • craft beer lover • seattle transplant • hardworker (but let’s be clear; I work to live, I don’t live to work).
My favorite day includes Miranda, Scrambles, good food & good beer (👩🏼🏫, 🐈, 🥘, 🍺).
BS in Informatics, 2006
University of Washington
Migrated a suite of web-services and event-based infrastructure from .NET Framework to .NET Core, TFS to Git, on-premises TFS CI/CD to Azure DevOps; paving the way to move all services off-premises to cloud services.
Developed a new web-services to enable the campus communtiy to interact with UW systems without exposing the systems directly.
Developed the UW Event Registration web-application in order to replace unsupported vendor hardware; utilized numerous web-services on campus; no charge to the campus community so it saves hundreds of dollars per event.
Delivered data for a variety of new data integration projects.
Enhanced and tested an in-house, custom ETL framework; performance tuned SQL queries and databases.
Championed the need for automated & auditable processes; implemented continuous integration & delivery using on-premise TFS.
Reimplemented four legacy Informix 4GL applications in C#/ASP.NET MVC; saving clients tens of thousands of dollars per year in licensing costs and allowed for broader support on the team.
Implemented data interfaces (custom extract-transform-load processes) that integrated UW enterprise systems with various custom & vendor applications.
Implemented continuous integration for a handful of applications using the on-premises TFS server.
Mentored an experienced C/Informix developer learning C#; designed and developed modern web-based user-interfaces for legacy applications.
Consolidated dozens of separately maintained departmental websites into a multi-site Drupal installation; eventually saving hundreds per month in external website maintenance costs for the department.
Developed Drupal modules to support interacting with UW enterprise services; enabled self-service for the entire campus community for services like parking citation payments, staff upass payroll deduction signup, and ORCA card re-activation.
(not really a blog)