I am passionate about using technology to its fullest potential and
constantly strive to improve the systems and processes we rely on. I love
learning new technologies and discovering new ways to solve problems.
Throughout my career I have done a variety of different things. Below are
some of the most notable.
Augmented Reality Mobile Interface - ROAM
Responsible for the design and development of the UI for a social,
augmented reality platform. The interface was developed using standard
web technologies and ran in a browser on top of, and interacted with,
the main Unity app.
Custom Dashboard - MHC
Developed a custom dashboard to monitor all HIE transactions.
utilized auth0 and pubnub.
Application Information Repository - Mercy
Developed and maintained a webapp to catalog and describe enterprise
applications (over 900). Utilized by dozens of employees on a daily basis.
Included hooks to change control, AD and other departmental needs.
Technologies included .NET and SQL backend and HTML/JS/CSS frontend.
Server Information Repository - Mercy
Developed and maintained a webapp to catalog and describe hundreds of
systems across Active Directory. Included lots of automation including
clientless method of collecting information from Windows servers,
workstations and other devices. Integrated deployment options, SSO and
tons of other features.
System Engineer - Mercy
Installed, managed and maintained over 300 physical servers, VMs,
thousands of Active Directory objects, dozens of business critical
applications and systems including AMTELCO (Operators), CATHCOR
(Radiology), GE Centricity (Labor & Delivery) and many others.
Systems Administrator - Mercy
Implemented and maintained enterprise service catalog using Computer
Associates software including CA ESB for automated delivery and
procurement of assets and software.
Countless Scripts and Programs
The things I'm most proud of are the ones that nobody else might even see.
I am constantly writing scripts and apps to save myself time that can be
allocated to more important tasks.