Interactive Intelligence

Interactive Intelligence 

Indianapolis, Indiana 

Software Engineer — July 2012 to the Present

As a Software Engineer I participate in the design, implementation and maintenance of Intranet and Extranet websites and applications that support the operations of the company and its partners.  These systems include: ASP.NET websites and web services, MS SQL Server stored procedures, and Dynamics AX.  My primary duties includes performing software development in a C#/ASP.NET and an X++ Dynamics AX environment.  Skills used: C#, ASP.NET, SQL, X++, HTML, CSS, jQuery, JavaScript.

Angie's List

Angie's List

Indianapolis, IN

• Web Usability Scientist - July 2010 to the Present
• Senior Software Engineer - September 2009 to June 2010

As the Web Usability Scientist I utilized user interviews, user observations, web analytics, and other usability evaluation techniques to identify areas of the website that need improvement.  Based on the analysis, I designed solutions to solve usability problems and created wire frames of the new designs.  I also implemented usability measurement instruments  and usability related website improvements using C# in an ASP.NET environment.

As a Senior Software Engineer I implemented website changes and new features for an ASP.NET website using C#.  Utilized SVN for source code control, NetTiers as the database abstraction layer, and MS SQL Server as the database. 

Indiana University Kokomo – Informatics

Department of Natural, Information, and Mathematical Sciences
Indiana University Kokomo, Kokomo, IN

• Acting Assistant Professor of Informatics - Fall 2006 to Fall 2009

I developed and taught various undergraduate courses in Informatics. Course topics include: Visual Basic programming, Java programming, Social Informatics, Human-Computer Interaction, Information Representation, and Website Design and Development.  See the teaching page for more informaiton about the courses I taught.

Indiana University – School of Library and Information Science

School of Library and Information Science
Indiana University, Bloomington, IN

• Adjunct Lecturer - Fall 2002 to Spring 2006

I developed and taught various graduate courses in HCI, database, and security and privacy.  See the teaching page for more informaiton about the courses I taught.

Michigan State University – Virtual University

Virtual University
Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

• Lead Programmer - November 1996 to August 2001

I was in charge of the software development for MSU's Virtual University where we developed systems to support distance education. One of the major systems was a Web based asynchronous discussion system that supported HTML messages, threading, posting images and files, and access management, among other features.

Michigan State University – Communication Technology Laboratory

Communication Technology Laboratory
Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

• Senior Multimedia Programmer - May 1996 to November 1997
• Multimedia Programmer - January 1996 to May 1996

The Comm Tech Lab develops educational interactive multimedia on CD-ROM and the Web. While with the CTL I worked on three CD-ROM projects the Microbe Zoo, the American Identity Explorer, and the Cancer Prevention Park.

Neuroscience Associates

Neuroscience Associates
(in conjunction with the Department of Anatomy at Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI)

• Lead Multimedia Programmer - May 1995 to January 1997

Developed a CD-ROM library of brain slice images for use in neuroscience research and education.

OPN: Systems, Incorporated

OPN: Systems, Incorporated
Fort Wayne, IN

• Programmer - May 1991 to August 1994
• Programmer Intern - April 1989 to May 1991

OPN: Systems developed office automation software including document management, e-mail, and calendering. I worked primarily on e-mail gateways between OPN's proprietary e-mail system and other systems.

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