Danielle Ferguson

Summary

Highly self-motivated and eager to learn. Very effective time management skills and a strong degree of determination as demonstrated by completing two Bachelor's degrees and most of a Master's degree in a total of five years while still maintaining the grades to graduate with honors. Very strong organizational skills and a quick learner.

Work History

Work History
May 2009 - Present

.NET Developer

American College of Physician Executives

On a team of two that help develop and maintain ACPE's website (acpe.org) and ACPE's internal web applications that are used for tracking membership information (CMS) and shipping information. This involves all requirements gathering, development, and organization of testing. In addition to the technological side of this position, there is also a heavy customer service aspect. I regularly communicate with ACPE members to field questions they may have and sell products. Technologies used: C#.NET, ASP.NET, Javascript, JQuery, SQL, AJAX

Jul 2009 - Present

.NET Developer (Contract)

Central Maintenance and Welding

Working on a part time contract basis to develop custom .NET applications. The current project is an update to a custom inventory system that is set up as a windows application. Technologies used: VB.NET, SQL, SSRS

Aug 2007 - May 2009

Windows Mobile .NET Developer

Gentiva Health Services

Worked on a large scale PDA application used by home health care professionals to enter patient data while on their visits. This application interfaced with an extensive SQL database via Microsoft's sync technologies. The job entailed:

  • extensive debugging
  • performance enhancements
  • new development
  • working with business users to get requirements
  • working with the QA department to verify bug fixes

Technologies involved in this project were C#.NET, SQL Server 2005 and Oracle.

Aug 2005 - May 2007

Student Researcher

http://www.clemson.edu

Worked on a variety of projects for the Computer Engineering and Computer Science departments of Clemson University.  Work promoted both individual thought and group communication. Projects included:

  • wind tunnel simulation software
  • network traffic prediction models
  • SNMP software development
Aug 2004 - Jun 2005

Tutor

Clemson University Athletic Department

Taught computer science at daily required study halls for freshmen athletes and student athletes that are on academic probation. Tutored student athletes on an individual basis for classes involving programming in C, C++, Matlab, and other subjects related to computer science and engineering.

Education

Education
Aug 2007 - Present

MS

Clemson University

All classwork has been completed, but final project/thesis has not been.

Aug 2002 - May 2006

BS

Clemson University

Minors in Philosophy and Mathematics

Graduated Cum Laude

Departmental and General Honors from Calhoun Honors College

Member of Golden Key International Honors Society and National Society of Collegiate Scholars

Member in Clemson University's chapter of Eta Kappa Nu, an electrical and computer engineering honor society

Skills

Skills

CSS

SQL

ASP.NET

C#.NET