Jay Little - Software Obsessionist
Jay Little
Phone:
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Fax:
-NA-
Address:
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City:
Greer
State:
SC
Zip:
29651
Objective
My objective is to write the most useful, efficient and secure software possible to solve the problem at hand.
Skills
Applications
 
Visual Studio Code / 2017 / 2015, Microsoft Office 2016 / 2013
Operating Systems
 
Linux, Windows
Programming
 
C#, .NET Core, ASP / ASP.NET / ASP.NET Core / MVC / Web.API, Git, HTML, CSS, Javascript, AngularJS, Vue.js, BASH Scripting
Education
Associates in Computer Technology
1996/8/1  -  1998/6/1
Work History
Software Engineer
2018/5/14  -  Present
Upon returning to Gower, I addressed a seven year backlog of feature requests and bug reports relating to internal apps that I had developed during my previous stint. In addition initiated a rewrite of the more important applications as ASP.NET Core applications which were capable of running under either Linux or Windows. Other technologies that were employed as part of the rewrite were: C#, Web API, HTML5, CSS, Javascript, Vue.JS and WebPack.
Software Engineer
2015/3/9  -  2018/5/11
I worked on both the Implementation and Performance Management teams. My responsibilities included designing, creating and deploying a client onboarding tools as well as a highly scalable and performant load testing framework developed around Visual Studio Load Testing tools. The framework included live result displays for large load tests, integration hooks for provisioning accounts in our client facing apps and inclusive test management tools which relied upon git. All of these tools where written with either ASP.NET MVC and/or ASP.NET WebAPI technologies. We also utilized C#, Javascript and the Angular.JS framework. SQL Server and Redis were used for data storage.
.NET Developer
2014/6/24  -  2015/2/27
While with Erwin Penland I worked extensively with the Verizon Brand Central application family that exists to help Verizon coordinate advertising campaigns managed by up to 40 different advertising agencies around the world. This application family consisted of numerous .NET web applications which used a variety of technologies including ASP.NET webforms, ASP.NET MVC, AngularJS, WebAPI and integrated with other third party .NET based products such as the CMS Umbraco.
Lead Software Architect/Engineer
2013/1/21  -  2014/6/23
Upon completion of my contract with Fluor, I proceeded to work independently with a number of clients on a variety of projects involving a variety of technologies such as C#, VB,NET, ASP.NET, ASP.NET MVC, Silverlight, Navision and Crystal Reports.
Senior Software Engineer
2012/10/10  -  2013/1/18
I worked within the Fluor Government Group to assist in developing PCDMS, a system designed to track and manage various government contracts. PCDMS was written in C# using ASP.NET with various .NET 4.0 technologies supporting it. It relied upon a SQL Server backend for it's data storage.
Senior Software Engineer
2011/9/6  -  2012/10/8
My primary responsibilities included development of the AppBuilder platform upon which a number of their client web applications are built including HRInTouch. Specific development tasks included the creation and inclusion of extensive client side AJAX functionality, work with REST web services, expansion of its data storage and management capabilities and working to bring the platform to a state where it could be effectively utilized by third party developers to create their own applications.
Software/Web Developer
2008/10/27  -  2011/8/24
Upon returning to work for Gower/Jobscope I resumed work on previous projects. In addition I began work on new internal ASP.NET applications ASP.NET Webforms, SQL Server and C#. This application streamlined a number of paper processes within various Gower children companies.
Software/Web Developer
2007/7/30  -  2008/10/24
I developed a modern front end for their custom legacy ERP system. The ERP system was hosted on D3, a multi-valued database platform running on Linux. The front end made use of ASP.NET, SQL Server and a library called MV.NET which bridged the gap between old and new. In addition I wrote a Windows service which automatically converted PCL printer jobs from the ERP system into PDF files.
Software/Web Developer
2004/6/21  -  2007/7/27
I primarily developed custom applications for various Jobscope clients. I worked directly with the clients to design, test, deploy and maintain the applications we develped. Most of them were either ASP.NET WebForm or WinForm .NET applications written for a three tiered architecture in C# and VB.NET. They all relied upon SQL Server.
Web/Database Developer
2000/9/21  -  2004/5/4
I was primarily responsible for development and maintenance of three applications the combination of which made use of ASP/ASP.NET, Visual Basic, Visual Basic .NET and SQL Server. These applications existed to help the engineers track and identify reliability related issues with failure prone parts.
Network Administrator
1999/11/1  -  2000/9/1
I administered and maintained a network of nearly 100 client machines, 4 Windows NT 4 Servers, and 1 Novell Netware 3.2 Server in the fast paced, pressure oriented environment of an international UPS Call Center. I gained extensive experience with Call Center oriented products such as TCS, RTA, and CMS (Lucent Switch Software). I also single handedly designed and developed the Teletech Greenville Intranet site using ASP/VBScript.
Visual Basic Developer
1999/4/1  -  1999/11/1
I worked on converting large amounts of billing, diagnosis, and lab data between different hospital system management platforms. I also worked on redesigning our conversion engine which allowed us to access flatfiles through an ADO like interface. I worked extensively with Meditech, SOMMED, Dairyland, and SAINT medical systems. The majority of my work was completed using Visual Basic, Microsoft Office, and SQL Server.
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