Senior Software Engineer II, divvyDOSE / Optum
Python, Flask, Serverless, Terraform, AWS Lambda, DynamoDB
Senior Associate / Software Engineer, Capital One Financial
Python, Django, RabbitMQ, Docker, AWS, Kubernetes, Terraform, Jenkins, PostgreSQL
Director of Technology, Satellite Collective
Senior Software Engineer, Talent Inc.
Docker, Docker Compose, Gulp, PHP, Python
Software Engineer, Sony Music
Web Developer, The Jones Group, Inc.
Web Developer, Bandwidth Productions, Inc.
PHP, MySQL, FFmpeg
Web Developer, Big Fish Games
PHP, MySQL, Lucene, Solr, SVN
Independent Technology Consultant
Senior Developer, ProQuest
Java, Ruby, C#, MSSQL, Perl, SVN
Owner and Application Architect, Roboticat
PHP, Python, Ruby, PostgreSQL, GD Image Library, Apache, HTML/CSS
I work in the bank's rapidly evolving Shopping Platform team and core Credit Card Rewards team. Within Shopping Platform I worked to bring newly acquired companies in line with Capitol One techonolgy, infrastructure, and standards, while growing at the same time.
I work at the intersection of CloudOps and application development. I implement tools in Python, Django, Docker, AWS ECS, AWS Fargate, and a host of other technologies to create scalable applications for our 8 million active users, and cross marketing to the even larger set of Capital One cardholders.
I have been the main technologist at New York arts organization Satellite Collective for years, serve on the board, and have the title of Director of Technology. Our organization sponsors
I manage all online tooling and vendor services. I manage SEO and brand presence for the brand, putting all our properties at top 5 natural google results.
I manage technical volunteers, architected, and built an interactive web application to store and display multimedia art works from 43 different countries and respond to traffic during peak media coverage. See the New York Times coverage of the project. View the project.
The Orchard, now Sony Music, used MySQL queries to search its vast music and film distribution catalog. I researched, designed, and contributed to a custom search microservice that took searches from seconds to milliseconds. I co-designed and contributed to BACON, the first fully automated tool for interacting with YouTube rights management, saving hundreds of hours of manual work each month. See media coverage
The Jones Group manages several eCommerce brands that generate 80 million a year using a single codebase and the popular eCommerce platform: DemandWare. The sites I worked on include: jny.com, ninewest.com, anneklein.com, us.kurtgeiger.com, rachelroy.com, and brianatwood.com. I was part of a small 5 person development team that handled all features and updates to all the sites.
I wrote the first data API in SOAP and C#.NET to serve customers raw information from the popular Ulrich's brand.
I wrote Java and Ruby programs to manage and organize Terabytes worth of information about online serials.
I'm involved in the Interactive Fiction community, people who use computers to make something that's half story and half computer game. They're like literary Choose-Your-Own-Adventures.
One of my works was an award winner in the Interactive Fiction Competition, and another was an award winner in the Spring Thing Competition.
I love music and listen to new albums every single week. Check out my Spotify Playlists
I'm just a little into numismatics and have been collecting in-circulation U.S. coins since I was a kid. How wholesome is that? You can see what pennies I still need here.
I also like to BBQ and grow cacti.