As an independent consultant, I conceived, designed, built, deployed, and maintained UDM's Non-Profit Management application, which is a fundraising and donor-management system for non-profit organizations. Written in VB6 with a SQL Server back-end, this client-server package features multi-user security, detailed historical tracking, fundraising campaign tracking with statistical analysis, dynamic reporting, and many other features.
I developed and maintained www.baseballroadtrip.org, a site for baseball fans who want to visit a variety of major-league ballparks. The application used a collection of CGI-enabled VB applications that perform complex analysis of baseball schedules, driving distances, and other variables to produce an interactive website.
As a consultant to the Campaign for UN Reform, I developed numerous small ASP components to dynamically generate HTML pages listing issue ratings of all members of the 105th and 106th Congress in particular votes. Similarly, I generated state-by-state guides to candidates for the 107th Congress and their positions on issues of interest to the CUNR. To accomplish this, I developed a VB applet to push dynamic output to static HTML pages using the InetTransfer control.
As a consultant to Computer Sciences Corporation in 1999, I was a member of a team that performed Year-2000 updates to 900,000+ lines of Visual Basic and Oracle PL/SQL Code. The team used a CMM Level III process to analyze and locate risky code, repair and document fixes.
As a consultant to the Software QA team at America OnLine, I developed and followed quality procedures to test and deploy an internal contract-management system. I also independently developed several small custom VB and Intranet applications.