About Me: Full stack web application developer for more than 9 years. Self motivated and committed to learning. Enjoy solving complex problems, finding bugs, and writing clean code.
Backend: Considerable application development experience with PHP and Node.js. Frameworks: CodeIgniter, Zend, Express.JS, and Meteor. API integrations: SalesForce, Facebook, Authorize.net, PayPal, UPS, USPS, and DocuSign.
Databases: Extensive experience with relational, key-value, and document databases. Worked with several different ORMs and ODMs. Skilled in optimizing complex queries. Databases: MySQL, MongoDB, Redis, Redis Cluster, Dynamo, MSSQL, and Oracle.
DevOps: Proficient in the linux command line. Capable of writing bash scripts and configuring application software such as PHP, Node.js, Redis, Nginx and Apache. Comfortable setting up application servers on AWS Elastic Beanstalk and vanilla AWS EC2 instances.
Tools: Familiar with using and integrating development tools such as Vagrant and Gulp. Accustomed to using source control tools such as GIT and SVN.
Project Management: Cohesive in teams using agile development methodologies. In-depth knowledge of documenting detailed technical requirements, sprint accomplishments, and feature use instructions.
Collaborated with clients, external partners, and internal engineers to develop scalable cloud applications on Amazon Web Services using Node.js, Nginx, Redis, Dynamo, and MongoDB.
Improved internal and external development environments by writing technical documentation of improvements. Integrated tools such as Vagrant and Gulp to speed up development.
Lead engineer of internal web based shipping software used by pharmacies across the country. Vastly improved the shipping process with seamless integration of the shipping software into internal FileMaker CRM, Sage ERP, FSI Pharmacy Software, Active Directory, UPS, and USPS.
Assisted in the planning and creation of a data warehouse for MySQL, MSSQL, and FileMaker databases. Created an intuitive and fast reporting system with CodeIgniter, ExtJS, and MySQL allowing executives and employees to view hundreds of metrics on the state of the company.