Worked as Graduate Research Assistant performing the duties of Database Programmer/Analyst at Application Development Network (ADN), DoIT which supports University of Missouri System faculty and students through agile and rapid creation of new applications.
This project is all about requesting, scheduling the tutoring sessions. There are three roles tied to application they are Tutee, Tutor, and Scheduler. A tutee requests for tutoring for the classes that he/she enrolled and gives availability apart from the class timing through Availability Grid and Tutor submits availability. A scheduler will go through those availabilities and schedule time and location for tutoring. Also, there are some set of rules for dropping the tutoring sessions which are incorporated in this project. The other piece of this project is automated emails through Scheduled task which runs every day.
The goal of the project to refractor the old application with new templates and replace the assemblies. Adding functionalities to upload pdf files.
The goal of the project to allow the admins, managers, scrum masters of the organization to keep track various applications which includes their developed, ongoing and future projects. For every application there are application parameters which includes App Structure, Remedy group, User Departments etc. and each application has different version. For each version the parameters are Prod, QA, test URL, DCL, Database, platforms, framework used to develop application, UAT dates etc. Scrum Masters can estimate the length and cost to build the application (Project Estimator) based on number of developers, Sprint length, weeks of UAT etc which they can share with clients. After starting the project they can keep track of current progress by budget, sprint burndown charts.
GoMizzou is the University of Missouri flagship mobile application, designed to provide services to all possible users of the university. The goal of this project is to allow GoMizzou Staff to edit the master tables involved with the GoMizzou webservices. These master tables are the starting point for all window services (which feed the web services).
The goal of the project is to develop a web application for Checkout process similar to shopping cart for various departments who met the certain rules.
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