As Agile Coach and Mentor on the US Risk Authority system, I led, coached, and mentored a 10 person distributed development team as we successfully transitioned from a waterfall development model to fully adopting an Agile Scrum model with 2 week sprints moving to adopt DevOps integration methods. This 24 month journey implemented 6 successful releases into production with the latest having 0 post-production defects or incidents.
As Scrum Master on the US Risk Authority system, I facilitated and coached the distributed team of 10 through all essential Scrum ceremonies through 2 production releases, each consisting of 6-7 2 week sprints, using RTC, Jira, confluence, Git/GitHub, and Jenkins.
As Technical Team Lead on the US Risk Authority system, I completely redesign the day-to-day batch schedule in Control-M. This new design uses user-managed Oracle tables to dynamically schedule the 380+ jobs for the different business day activities throughout the year. Each job uses both Linux shell and PL/SQL scripts.
As Solutions Architect on the CCAR (Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review) initiative, I provided day-to-day guidance and analysis on the internal workings of the component solutions involved in the whole interconnected network of applications.
As Team Lead/Project Manager on the US Financial Transformation System, I successfully converted the majority of business units in Northern America from standalone General Ledger systems to the strategic enterprise financial system.
As an active member off a distributed team of 6-8 resources, I created solutions using PeopleSoft, UNIX, Ascential DataStage (ETL), and UDB/DB2 technologies.
As an Agile developer, I designed, built, and delivered software solutions for the Consumer Mortgage Lending organization to replace their spreadsheet solutions with desktop and web applications using Visual Basic, ASP, and MS SQL Server technologies.
As Application Architect, I developed the application architecture to integrate business software and TIBCO to realize physical separation from Clark Oil in St Louis, MO after becoming an independent corporation.
I recruited and managed a team of 8 developers to establish the first Client-Server development team in IT.
I designed a Data Warehouse proof-of-concept application as well as several Client-Server PowerBuilder/Sybase applications.
I managed 15 developers supporting the IT initiatives for the Transmission & Distribution Department within Commonwealth Edison.
As Project Manager, I managed the day-to-day work of a team of 8-10 analysts supporting various mainframe applications.
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