Experienced .NET developer with experience across the Microsoft development stack with a passion for web development and application architecture. I am a strong believer that with a little upfront architecture you can create an application that is far easier to support and extend. Additionally, I utilize the following on technologies on my current applications: AngularJS, MVC.Net, Unity, AutoMapper, KendoUI, Enterprise Error Logging, Entity Framework, Microsoft SQL, Repository Pattern.
Web API 2
Microsoft SQL Server
Angular JS 1+
Team Foundation Server 2015
Visual Studio 2015
Visual Studio Code
Agile Development Methodologies
Enterprise Form Manager August 2013 to Present Members:Jason Stanley Form management application that allow administrative users to create, manage, and maintain dynamically generated forms.
As our administrators are not typically familiar with HTML and relying on developer turnaround for custom forms, I created this system to allow our users to create forms including custom fields, labels, validation and form content.
This is managed via a friendly interface that on saving, auto-generates html that is served publicly.
Team Foundation Server April 2014 to Present Members:Jason Stanley Migrated the team from Visual Source Safe to Team Foundation Server.
Most recently upgraded the division's TFS instance to 2012.
Began to implement system as task tracking and resource planning to help my team leads and management better manage projects and day-to-day support efforts.
IDIQ Vehicle Management Portal November 2012 to June 2013 Members:Jason Stanley, Eric Sellers Developed web portal used by IDIQ (Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity) Vehicle management site used to track ongoing and up coming government proposals.
Allows tracking, reporting, and collaboration amongst the company and its partners to support proposal development and reporting for current contracts.
Built in MVC.NET, using Kendo UI, Unity, Entity Framework and a number of additional technologies.
NuGet Managed Enterprise Library January 2014 to Present Members:Jason Stanley, Eric Sellers Creation and continuing improvement of a shared enterprise library to be used by the entire development staff.
Centralizes and abstract coming and reusable code to better support rapid application development and reduce redundant code.
Libraries include a number of interface and implementations to support IoC pattern, repository pattern, Entity Framework, consistent error logging, automatic timezone conversions, system-wide database auditing, etc.
Implemented in a custom NuGet gallery to allow quick and easy access while, more importantly, preventing copies of similar code from littering our numerous applications we support.
Senior Web Software Engineer August 2014 to September 2016Satcom Direct
Upgrading and maintaining Team Foundation Server and assisting the adoption of agile development methodologies
Pioneered the adoption of AngularJS as the standard client technology backed by Web API RESTful services
Built and maintained the SD Enterprise Library consisting of a number of shared libraries and helpers for logging, AutoMapper, IoC, WCF services, etc.
Built and maintained a number of applications supporting core business and enterprise
Software Engineer May 2010 to August 2014Harris Corporation
Moving from a Windows application to web development, my focus is on the Harris Corporation internet/ public-facing website and web applications.
When I began the focus was on ASP.NET Web Forms while still supporting existing applications in Class ASP.
Over the last 3 years I have lead the push for our team to MVC.NET and Entity Framework for all future application development.
Additional technologies/ methodologies include Automapper, JSON, JQuery, Unity, Repository Pattern, as well as Agile Development as a Certified Scrum Master.
Software Developer June 2008 to May 2010Harris Corporation - Broadcast Division
Straight out of college, I started working on the developer support team with a focus on bug resolution and minor enhancements.
This exposed me primarily to the billing systems built heavily using SQL stored procedures and MFC.
Being on this team often allowed me branch out to other modules within our primary application, exposing me to our automation and inventory management teams as well as the different technologies in our application.
I worked heavily in .NET Win Forms, XML, C#, and TSQL.
Also, during my time here, we became a full Agile development shop, using scrum and sprints to develop enhancements to our application.
BS : Computer Science and Mathematics, 2008University of Central MissouriComputer Science and Mathematics Activities and Societies: Association of Computer Machinery (ACM)
Scrum Alliance November 2007