I am a web developer specializing in the LAMP stack. I also do server setup and administration. I am familiar with Linux, Windows, and Mac systems and I do networking. Do you need someone to finish a project? Do you have an idea that you want to get on the web? I can help you. I have 20 years of programming experience, from BASIC to modern web technologies and I am available for freelance projects.
Freelancing on various projects which are shown on this site, as well as subcontracting for projects that I cannot showcase here because of contractual reasons.
I am a Sr. Programmer for Taylor Digital where I am the technical lead on one of the company's largest projects. I am responsible for the planning, implementation, and coding of many of the site's complex systems. I manage a team of programmers working on this system for our client, delivering high performance ColdFusion solutions, backed by MySQL. I am also handle much of our server deployment, maintenance, and security, which includes CentOS and Windows servers, running on a VMWare infrastructure.
I was a Sr. Programmer for Magic Technologies where I was the technical lead on the largest project, Partner Printing. I was responsible for the planning, implementation, and daily operations of this system's Linux based High Availability Cluster of servers. The data storage on the backend was housed on SANS with real time replication across a WAN from the Los Angeles data center, to the backup datacenter in Las Vegas.
I was the technical lead at this company. My responsibilities included managing and maintaining our rack of clustered servers including the crypto devices in them. While there, I developed software to extend the banking system the servers ran, Postillion, which included ATM reports, and monitoring. I also managed and coordinated techs in the field for doing service calls to the ATMs.
I was the lead programmer at this company. I developed and managed a custom ticketing system which included a website, kiosks, and a server farm. The kiosks ran a custom RealBasic app, on Mac OS 9, replacing the 'Finder', and a FileMaker back end for local queued storage. These kiosks communicated in real-time with the servers to process ticket sales, as well as get current seats available, which were displayed on the kiosks for customer to choose from on a map of the venue. Tickets could be purchased online and retrieved from any kiosk as well. I worked to develop the only drivers at the time for Boca printers on the Mac, as well as several other custom and proprietary solutions to selling tickets via kiosks on a Mac based system.