Confidential has more than 25 years of experience in the design, coding, testing, and implementation of automated systems software. He has developed systems using Java, Java script, C , C, Java Net Beans, Delphi, Microsoft Access, Microsoft SQL Server, T-SQL, XML, and Visual Basic. He performs software systems prototyping and testing, and defines software systems specifications on various projects in a client-server environment. Also develops database interfaces, functions, stored procedures, triggers, tables, views and other needed objects and tools using Microsoft SQL Server. He is also experienced in the design and development of relational databases using SQL Server. Development has been done on IBM compatible PCs running on various MS Windows platforms.
Confidential is currently employed at CGI-Federal as a software engineer consultant. He develops software in support of the Forts Sills FIRES Program. In this capacity, he is assisting in the development of the Profiler Virtual Module PVM and Computer Meteorological Data Profiler CMD-P using Java Net Beans and C . Mr. Funk also has been developing light weight, web-enabled components using the Ozone Widget Framework OWF system, as well as web services using JBoss web application server. The components are developed using java script, JSON, HTML, and XML. OWF is hosted on Tomcat Apache servers.
At Aavalar Consulting, Confidential was assigned to a client site to develop user applications using Borland Delphi. In this capacity he was employed as a software systems engineer.
Senior Programmer/Analyst IV.
Confidentialwas responsible for developing and maintaining software using Delphi, C , C, MS Access, SQL Server, XML, T-SQL, and various add-on tools to support the quantitative risk assessment program for the Program Manager for Chemical Demilitarization. In this role he was working with a team of other software professionals continuing to develop the Quantus Risk Assessment workstation and supporting software. He was also responsible for developing and maintaining related software in support of the QRA effort.
Confidential was responsible for developing software to support the quantitative risk assessment program for the Program Manager for Chemical Demilitarization.
Team Leader/Systems Analyst III.
Confidential was responsible for leading a team of software professionals in the task of developing a decision support system, the Installation Status Report ISR , and office management software for the US Army Environmental Center at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Edgewood Area. In this role he was responsible for leading the technical team in developing automated processes to meet the client needs. This required meeting with the client and technical staff on a regular basis for the purpose of identifying process deficiencies and creating new automation techniques to meet the client's objectives, and investigation and providing recommendations in the choice of technical materiel including hardware and software to accomplish the system goals. He was also responsible for evaluating developer code, coordinating programmer tasks, analyzing system design and performance, and directing program changes and bug fixes based on results of testing procedures. Additionally he was responsible for charting system development progress using Scitor Project scheduler and reassigning task directions when required.
Systems Analyst III.
- As a senior level systems analyst, primary task was to migrate various legacy software applications and database systems to MS Windows/Interbase environment. This involved data migration/data conversion,
- software redevelopment and creating supporting documentation for the tasks. Was responsible for systems analysis and programming multi-user applications, meeting with clients to assist them in evaluating their specific business needs, and formulating solutions to support them in their efforts. The development tools that were used are Access, Visual C , Delphi, Oracle SQL Plus, PL/SQL and Interbase RDBMS.
Systems Analyst II.
In this senior level position, was responsible for systems analysis and programming multi-user applications using Borland Delphi, Access, Visual C , Oracle SQL Plus, PL/SQL, and Interbase RDBMS.
Developed application software using Oracle Pro C, C programming language, Visual C , Oracle RDBMS, SQL Server and other development software. Created applications and developed data models to track employee time and attendance, provide calculations for labor distribution, determine payroll, create electronic timecards, generate reports, and provide various levels of access to the system based on user level.
Developed programs in C in a consulting environment.
Worked with a team of other software professionals as a part of the NASA Scientific and Technical Information engineering staff. Responsibilities included identifying and analyzing information and functional needs for these systems, developing code using C , defining database requirements from data models and specifications, system testing and evaluation, training staff in Oracle SQL, and producing supporting documentation.
Developed real-time data tracking and project management systems in support of the US Army Corps of Engineers Toxic and Hazardous Materials Agency. Designed, performed analysis of and coded these systems using C , Paradox, and C-Scape GUI. Led the effort in developing application databases based on network model. Was the principal point of contact for the PRI bulletin board subscribers across USATHAMA, and was also responsible for maintaining the bulletin board.
Was responsible for programming financial management applications using C programming language and ANSI compatible SQL software. Worked with a team of other programmers in developing various applications to be used in general ledger and financial planning environment. Was also responsible for database maintenance and system backups.
Computer Systems Analyst.
Began as a co-op trainee in the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration and Management, and was later assigned to the Departmental Accounting System DAS Task Force as a computer systems analyst. Assisted in the development and maintenance of the DAS database, and developed user applications in Pascal and C programming language.
Confidential has completed fundamental training on the Weather Forecasting and Research WRF system in Boulder, Colorado. The training was done to support the PVM system development.
Security Level : Secret Clearance.