interactive marketing arm of Highland Products Group since 2002 and has built that company into an Internet 500 Retailer, with over $90 million of sales since launch and a $20 million per year revenue run rate.
My responsibilities include working with the internal team of designers utilizing contemporary design to create concise web sites for specific client needs. Clients included were FDOT and running several ecommerce sites for a customer with approx. $375M in revenues.
Software Engineer Private Startup, Pompano Beach, FL
October 2009 – January 2010
Working as contractor for a privately funded startup in the education space. Project details are confidential, but software platform is a high traffic, transactional financial system with some aspects of social networking incorporated. Project includes the following technologies: C# 3.5, LINQ, WCF, MVP Pattern, MS SQL 2008, and Cruise Control Continuous Build Environment.
Lead Engineer /IT Director PassportMD, Delray Beach, FL
August 2008 – September 2009 http://www.passportmd.com
Hired as the first technical employee for a privately funded startup, systematically brought control, consistency, security and quality to all development efforts, reduce number of bugs/defects that were being tracked and by using agile principles overall reduce introduction of new defects by implementing a series of incremental steps including shorter release cycles, unit testing, broke away from traditional SLDC process for new projects, instead focusing on not over engineering each new piece of functionality introduced and creating dedicated resources for Q&A, prior to this, all development was outsourced and developer performing their own Q&A with no internal checks.
Engineering web development and system design, all layers, from database to services to user interfaces.
Designed and Implemented API used by multiple vendors to upload via web services standardized xml files that populate Personal Health Records for individuals with tracking, auditing and logging using C# 3.5, XSLT, LINQ. Created working API documentation as well for use by vendors with test applications and code snippets to get up and running quickly.
Created Bi-directional syncing implementing Microsoft HealthVault using native MS .net SDK and using .Net 2.0 Web Services for most of the implementation.
Implementing software development life cycle policies and procedures.
Selected by Medicare for 2009 PHR Pilot (amongst only 4 vendors chosen including Google), built SOAP/XML Web Services using .Net 3.5, LINQ and MySQL and very complicated XSD schemas from Health Level 7 and ASTM combined that are known as CCD (Continuity of Care Document).
As part of our Medicare selection, we had to ensure the security, privacy and physical safeguards and the confidentiality of data. We were able to comply with the scope of the document memorandum Office of Management and Budget (OMB) in OMB Circular No. A-130, Appendix III-- Security of Federal Automated Information Systems and conform to Minimum Security Controls for Moderate-Impact Systems described in Appendix D and Appendix F of NIST Special Publication 800- 53 in reference to our Medicare Pilot Program in Arizona and Utah.
Founder / Consultant DogByte Solutions, Boca Raton, FL
January 1999 – August 2008 http://www.dogbytesolutions.com