Designed and developed custom software solutions for Near Infinity government and commercial clients. Led design and development of intelliPrints (tm), Near Infinity’s commercially available auditing and business intelligence software product.
As intelliPrints product manager, used Scrum to track, predict, and communicate roadmap progress. In the day-to-day, worked in a multi-role capacity as architect, UI designer, n-tier developer, mentor, and technical writer.
Worked with Near Infinity CEO and Marketing to expand intelliPrints business. Engagements included George Mason University grubstake breakfast, VC presentations, and collaboration with business consultants.
Created a Ruby on Rails-based automotive engineering tool in a joint effort with Relevance, for Chrysler. The tool created and maintained open diagnostic data exchange (ODX) protocol definitions. Protocol data was later burned into EPROMs for handheld devices used by auto mechanics during vehicle diagnostic routines.
Developed a Ruby on Rails-based ‘cloud’ computing resource for the United States Intelligence Community. This solution provided a common deployment environment and shared service resource for hosting Ruby on Rails-based applications, revolutionizing their ability to quickly and reliably field new Web-based applications.
Developed training material and instructed Intelligence Community field technical staff in Web, database, Ruby, and Rails-based application development.