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.net Programmer/analyst Resume

TECHNICAL SKILLS:

Languages: ASP.NET 2.0 - 4.0; C#; Visual C, VB.NET, Visual Basic 3.0-6.0; C++; HTML; Batch Script

Database: SQL Server 2000, 2005, 2008 R2

Other: SSRS; SQL DTS; Visual Studio .NET, 2003, 2005, 2008, 2010; POS Imports (Point of Sale), Team Foundation Server (TFS); Surround (Version Control), User Interface Design, Self-Study on WCF Web Services and Crystal Reports, to include theory, background, as well as following detailed examples of building applications, Perl UNIX.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

Confidential  

Programmer

Responsibilities:
  • Modifying .rdl files along with creating/modifying xml files to produce .pdf files while performing Harrisburg state contract work through SSRS. Working files stored in TFS and testing was performed on several Web platforms. Script testing performed as well on developed and finished product. L2K application was part of these testing phases.
  • Scrum Basic Fundamentals Certification earned during this temporary assignment. Daily assignments also required use of SQL queries and building HTM files per specifications.

Confidential

Programmer III

Responsibilities:
  • Modified Visual C, C#, and VB.NET applications for FEMA - NETC site in Emittsburg, MD
  • Additions included additional methods, functions, reports (reportViewer), as well as alterations to existing code to add new functionality.
  • All development utilizing SQL Server 2008 R2.

Confidential

Programmer Analyst

Responsibilities:
  • Modified a portion of the point of sale (POS) application for Rite Aid written in C++
  • The modification was to allow SQL database entries to determine allowable payment methods for types of merchandize to be set and altered if desired
  • Modified several Web sites written in C# to incorporate new functionality as required
  • Repaired web sites that were developed previously but were found to have critical functionality problems upon deployment
  • Problems included, database stored procedure design flaws and basic Web site navigation errors

Confidential

.NET Programmer/Analyst

Responsibilities:
  • Developed new and updated existing ASP.NET 2005, 2008, 2010, C# and VB applications for all 10 worldwide divisions of Foot Locker, Inc.
  • Programs are currently installed and running on all 7900+ POS (point of sale) registers in these divisions
  • There are eight total web sites currently still in production, six accessible from the store network and two from the corporate network
  • Part of team which developed an ASP.NET MVC 3 Webapplication to capture POS/registers conditions “live”. Displayed the various statuses of all 7500+ Foot Locker registers internal applications and functions. The application displayed whether the register application or function was in a Yellow, Green, or Red status. This same information was displayed within divisions in a graphical format. This Web site was crucial in 3rd level support being very effective in troubleshooting registers and attempting to develop measures to prevent reoccurrence.
  • Developed several SQL Reporting Services (SSRS) sites along with Data Transformation Services (DTS) packages that run daily under a CONTROL-M agent
  • Utilized complex queries with LINQ to Objects in numerous C# applications.
  • Development included various .NET multi-threaded console applications that also run daily under the agent to query all division stores’ registers to retrieve data, interrogate files, and update the stores’ databases from SQL server database tables on the corporate network
  • Developed scripts and coding for imports to stores for configuring registers, altering receipt messages and .NET windows applications that allow stores to perform SQL queries against production servers
  • All web, windows and console applications utilized SQL stored procedures and functions
  • Was responsible for all user interface design
  • Worked closely with Executive Management and other team members
  • Worked on the development team for the Footlocker Customer Loyalty Application
  • Application was connected to a SQL database
  • Database for this web site utilized stored procedures for the storing, modifying, searching, and general handing of all the customer data
  • Ran up to 50 threads simultaneously to increase the connection and processing speed for a console application that connected to the 7500+ individual registers throughout Foot Lockers independent divisions and obtained the data utilized by this Web site
  • Results were searchable by a store associates by entering either the full or a partial portion of, the customer’s name, Loyalty Card number, phone number, or their address
  • The application was expanded several times due to new requirements and was regarded as extremely critical for Foot Locker’s overall sale and customer retain ability efforts

Confidential

IT/Mathematics Program Instructor

Responsibilities:
  • Instructor for Programming Department with Mathematics
  • ASP.NET programming coursework was in Version 2.0
  • Introduction to Programming Visual Basic 6.0 (with SQL)
  • Intermediate Programming Visual Basic 6.0 (with SQL)
  • C++ I and II
  • Algorithms and Data Structures
  • Software Engineering
  • Operating Systems
  • Microsoft Desktop Applications
  • Network Protocols
  • Web Scripting & Design

Confidential

Civilian U.S. Army Recruiter

Responsibilities:
  • Attended U.S. Army recruiter school at New Cumberland Army Depot
  • Worked with leads and prospects for U.S. Army
  • Explained U.S. Army programs and benefits to prospective candidates and their families through one-on-one meetings
  • Conducted High School and College visits along with presentations in hopes of relaying Army opportunities and benefits
  • Conducted criminal background checks and verified medical qualifications for candidates

Confidential

Information Analyst

Responsibilities:
  • Worked on System Test Team for new product releases for WorldCom
  • Wrote, modified, and executed test scripts against Java application to evaluate functionality and recorded any coding and/or functionality problems for further analysis and testing
  • Part of daily strategy team meetings with WorldCom based in Plano, Texas via conference code and provided input as to my individual test plan for the days completion and report

Confidential

Programmer Analyst

Responsibilities:
  • Perl Programmer contracted to WebSphere build team working at IBM’s plant in Rochester, MN
  • Perl programs compiled the WebSphere developer’s Java code and .res files and produced an Intranet Web site to allow the developers to see the status of the build and had various hot links to any errors that were uncovered by the process and build
  • Build Teams main function was to compile the developers produced package into a final WebSphere CD for distribution
  • Was part of programming team for Confidential assigned to Tyco Electronics in Harrisburg, PA after being relocated by Confidential from Rochester, MN
  • Introduced modifications to the Intranet Web site developed in Perl for Tyco Electronics used for Tyco and Amp employees for ordering parts and other material
  • Introduced modifications to JavaScript part of Intranet Web site per Tyco’s requirements

Confidential .

Programmer Analyst

  • Developed Engineering applications with user interfaces in Visual Basic 3.0 and 4.0
  • Developed a Visual Basic application to provide a more user friendly interface between Trane International truck mounted refrigeration units and their refrigeration diagnostic unit
  • Developed a Visual Basic windows interface for Trane International for use with a HP 7500 Data Acquisition Test System
  • This project was for a Chinese customer and all screens in the Visual Basic application needed to have button to convert the dialog from Chinese to English and vice versa
  • The Chinese dialog for the screens provided along with the English equivalent was stored in the access database for retrieval when required
  • Developed a Visual Basic window interface for users testing Screw Compressors that are produced by Trane International
  • The application used a massive mathematical Library written in C++ that was attached to the Visual Basic application for the numerous calculations and formulas required by the Screw Compressor Test Stand
  • This application was event driven by an Alan Bradley utilizing its PLC ladder logic

Confidential

Small Arms Repairman - Armament Section Chief SGT/E-5

Responsibilities:
  • Non Commissioned Officer in charge of five individual sections
  • Sections included, Small Arms, Artillery, Tank Turret, Optics, and QC shops

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