I graduated from Georgia Institute of Technology with a degree in Industrial Engineering and worked as an industrial engineer for four years. At some point I wanted to create a website so I taught myself front-end development. I fell in love with web development so much that I went back to school and over the course of two years I completed 42 Hours of Computer Science / Information Technology classes from Middle GA State University. I accepted a software engineering job at Mercer Engineering Research Center in 2014 and have been a full stack .NET software engineer ever since.
LBA Ware is a SaaS company that provides software for the banking industry. I work on their incentive compensation management platform. Most notably I helped re-architect a 2-tier web application into a clean architecture style, added dependency injection, and introduced moq, the mocking framework, into the unit tests. I also created an internal authorization provider service using .NET core 2.2.
OPM serves as the chief human resources agency and personnel policy manager for the Federal Government. I worked on the USAJobs.gov website. This is the Federal Government’s official employment site that hosts several thousand new job listing each month, has 1+ million visitors each month, and serves around 20 TB of traffic each month. I worked on converting the USAJobs.gov onboarding authentication service into one of OPM’s first microservices using .NET core 2.1.
MERC is a non-profit division of Mercer University. I primarily worked on their AFIRM-M (Aging Fleet Integrity and Reliability Management-Multi-Platform) website. AFIRM-M provides a web-based toolset and database for up-to-date information needed by the SPO (System Program Office) for fleet management. I was responsible for the full life cycle of all tasks assigned including user interface design, front-end development, and database design.
Rogue Runner 2012
Tough Mudder 2013
Savage Race 2013
Tough Mudder 2014
Macon Mud Run 2014
Tough Mudder 2015
Zombie Run 2015
Tough Mudder 2019