2-month contract to upgrade, and standardize, the ruby service infrastructure supporting company operations.
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I do everything!
Development, deployment and maintenance of http://www.neighborino.com and http://demo.neighborino.com
Developed a Ruby on Rails based media storage and retrieval engine
Tested, developed, and deployed company projects, including:
Worked on Open Source Projects including:
Created custom CMS: document uploads, breadcrumbs, book-like navigation, subscription payment system
Sold to new owners in December 2008 (current site is not my work)
Assisted in the transfer of the membership records to new site
Developed search features, deployed new Indiana Register website: http://www.in.gov/legislative/iac/irtoc.htm
Created RoR app to run Indiana House, Senate, and LSA call centers
RoR on Windows Server 2003, mongrel_cluster, Oracle 10g and IIS6.
Senate and house district lookup of constituent addresses
Notifies legislators of the concerns of their constituents
Developed several websites on contract, including: improvements to form handling and messaging, and mailer daemon system to fix timeouts on the website when sending emails; The website is the single portal for all member interaction, and administrative functions.
Developed advanced hacker detection system, identity verification process, account security notification, session logging and locking, IP blocking, and Geo Code IP tracking.
Developed a deposit and withdrawal system via three different payment processors.
Designed RoR apps to: track time and automate notification email triage
Wrote industrial software, scripts, and nagios plugins to: automate sys admin tasks, monitor servers, services and websites, perform automated backups, maintain debian apt repository and package custom apps
Dean's Honor List, College of Sciences and Humanities
Only attended one semester, because I wanted to experience an American public high school. Granted early release to go to Ball State University as a freshman in Computer Science. I had just over 3 times the credits required to graduate.
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