volunteer profile

Eastern Standard Time


Diverse software developer with extensive experience in database and application development. Possesses a strong understanding of Object-Oriented Design and is skilled in a variety of languages including C/C++, Python, Java, C#, SQL, PHP, JavaScript, HTML, and CSS. A self-motivated learner who is excited about solving problems of any size and ambitiously engages intimidating challenges. Values dedication and responsibility as a team member, maintains skills in mathematics, and practices excellent written and verbal communication. Is currently pursuing a Master's degree in Computer Science from the Georgia Institute of Technology with expected graduation in 2019.

Work Experience

Role: Database Developer

General Dynamics Information Technology

August 2014 - Present

Duties: Develop and maintain high-performance databases in a service-oriented cloud environment. Build and schedule ETL processes to control the flow of data. Provide data modeling, analysis, and metrics based on complex SQL queries. Contribute to the construction and enhancement of a SOAP web service API. Develop SOAP and RESTful web services to support the secure transmission of data. Schedule backups and perform checks to ensure enterprise data is safe and available to approved clients continuously at a 99% availability benchmark. Create and maintain software documentation using the UML.

Role: Application Developer

Houston Healthcare

May 2012 - August 2014 

Duties: Designed, developed, and maintained software applications and managed enterprise databases for a primary healthcare organization in Central Georgia. Utilized technologies such as SQL Server, ASP.NET, C#, JavaScript, HTML, and CSS to create web applications for employees, managers, and administrators. Frequently organized requirements sessions and user acceptance meetings. Analyzed data and provided extensive reports to both clinical and business administration using SSRS. Played a primary role in evolving the hospital staff’s dependency on archaic information systems in favor of current information technologies.