Professional Summary

Well-seasoned technical programming consultant. Passionate problem solver and advocate of code standards and best practices. Devoted mentor to juniors.

Skills

Vignette 3.0-5.0, ATG Dynamo 4, WebLogic 5.1.

Java 2, EJB, JSP, Tcl, Perl, PHP, Unix shell scripting, HTML, JavaScript, SQL (Sybase, Oracle, MySQL), some C.

Experience and Related Projects

8/2001 - present All States Global Karate-Do Inc./Seido Juku, as independent contractor. Ongoing site redesign, creating content management system, adding ecommerce and other new functionality, using PHP and MySQL.

3/2001 - 8/2001 JP Morgan Chase, as independent contractor. Responsible for architecting and implementing private client web site for Private Equity clients to access investment account information.Used Vignette 5.0, with integration of Java servlets, Perl, and shell scripting into Vignette application.

11/1999 - 2/2001 Xceed Inc., New York, NY (full time). Internet solutions provider (now defunct).

5/2000 - 2/2001: Director, Programming Services. Managed 15-27 technologists and senior technologists. Also 60% utilized for direct development work.

 

2/2000 - 5/2000: Senior Technologist.

 

11/1999 - 2/2000: Technologist.

 

Projects:

 

Dekker.com. Developer, part of a team of eight (BEA WebLogic). I wrote Java code, Enterprise Java Beans, and JSPs.

 

CAT.com. Technical resource for Xceed Chicago, pitching to CAT.com, and senior technical strategist for that projectís implementation (Vignette 5.0).

 

P2P.com. Developer (ATG Dynamo 4).

 

News Corpís Supergoals.com, football (soccer) web site (now part of Sun Sport Online). Technical project manager for a tech team in Xceed London, and developer (Vignette 5.0). We composed an extremely aggressive project schedule and met it on time and to the clientís satisfaction.

 

4Anything.com. Developer (Vignette 5.0) and assistant technical project manager. I developed the site search functionality, capitalizing on Oracle 8iís built-in advanced search utilities.

 

CBSnews.com. Developer (Vignette 4.0).

12/1997 - 11/1999   Entertainment Weekly Online, New York, NY. Weekly magazine web site, produced using Vignette 3.0.

 

8/1999 - 11/1999: Web Applications Developer. Wrote an application to collect and sort user opinions about movies (Critical Mass). Produced cooperative projects with other content partners (AOL, Warner Bros. Online). Created administrative tools for the site. Vignette and Tcl, SQL, Perl, and Unix shell scripting.

 

8/1998 - 8/1999: Producer. (Acting Producer 9/98-2/99.) Maintained site and managed a staff of three. Projects included interactive games, trivia quizzes, "hub" pages collecting sitewide content on special topics.

 

12/1997 - 8/1998: Associate Producer. Wrote code for interactive games and quizzes.

5/1997 - 12/1997 Web Developer, Phys.com, CondeNet/Conde Nast, New York, NY. Online nutrition and fitness magazine (site no longer exists). Developed web site.

Education

2000

Vignette StoryServer Fast Track II training course, New York, NY.

WebLogic 5 Training course, New York, NY.

1996-1999 New York University School of Continuing Education, New York, NY. Coursework in C and Java programming.

1994

Columbia University, New York, NY. Post-bacc pre-med certificate.

1985

Princeton University, Princeton, NJ. A.B., Visual Art/Art History. Awarded the Francis LeMoyne Page Class of 1922 Thesis Prize.