A focused, and detail-oriented Software Engineering professional, passionate about creating great software in highly agile, fast-paced environments. Active in the Open Source community, including maintainer, and leadership roles. Committed to building quality software with a collaborative, team-player attitude, great problem solving skills, and excellent programming ability.
An embedded, long-term contractor of Time Warner Cable's ATG (Advanced Technology Group), has provided engineering leadership, and senior development on TWC's Adobe AEM marketing platform - timewarnercable.com for over 4 years. Actively leads, and contributes to Time Warner Cable's open source presence, including TWC's AEM/Jackrabbit content data sync tool, Grabbit; build automation plugins; and infrastructure automation projects. Has full-rounded experience as a DevOps member, bridging the gap between Operations, infrastructure automation, and product development. Primary technical exposure includes development in Groovy, and Java with several open source technologies (i.e Apache Camel, Apache Felix, Apache Jackrabbit, Netflix Hystrix); development of RESTful web-services; development of server-side core support services; modern distributed VCS approaches (Git, GHE); and tools development in several languages (Ruby, Python, Perl, Bash, Puppet).
Major Accomplishments :
Lead Development on an add-on module for Creo Parametric that allowed mechanical, and structural engineers to automatically discover parts, and sub-assemblies; associate; and assemble them into a final top-level assembly. Developed an easy-to-use installer using the NSIS language. This project allowed Boeing to reduce turn-around time on assembly development drastically. Technical exposure included C++ development, NSIS development, SVN as VCS, and Visual Studio Professional as IDE choice.
Lead Development on add-on modules for Creo Schematics, and Creo Parametric that allowed part, and assembly metadata to be processed, updated on designs, and uploaded to a PTC Windchill PLM implementation. This helped streamline communication between engineering teams in General Dynamics. Technical exposure included development in C++ (for Creo Parametric module), and Java (for Creo Schematics port); Mercurial as VCS; and Visual Studio Professional, and Eclipse as IDE choices.
Github Profile : www.github.com/jbornemann
LinkedIn : www.linkedin.com/in/jeffborneman
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