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As an application developer for the feature team, I assisted in the development of new human resources software used for performance management. While on the team developing this new software, I lead development of the application's design and front-end, as well as a number of core features.
In the five years that I spent at Impulse I oversaw the development of numerous web applications and websites for clients located in El Paso and across the United States. Over the course of my employment, Impulse Development established itself as one of the top web development agencies in the region, and the only agency specializing in rapid development with Ruby on Rails.
As lead developer, I was in charge of all front-end and back-end application / website development.
As a web developer at Stanton Street Technology Group I was responsible for building client websites in a LAMP environment, with emphasis on front-end development with semantic HTML and CSS. As a junior developer I was often tasked with other jobs such as server administration, search engine optimization, development of internal applications, and client support.
As a computer operations specialist at First Light Federal Credit Union I was responsible for executing nightly scripts that finalized daily operations, running backup processes on the credit union's mainframe and other critical servers, generating reports for management, and troubleshooting helpdesk requests including desktop support, server maintenance, mainframe issues, and the support of proprietary applications. I was also the lead on multiple projects, including software upgrades for a network of over 400 computers and small application development efforts.
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This website and resume were built using the wonderfully elegant Sinatra framework, Twitter Bootstrap, and a few hours of my time. If you're interested in the source code, it's available at http://github.com/andyhite/andyhite
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