I'm a Computer Scientist with the Air Force Research Laboratory, mostly doing R&D and Integration Engineering. A large portion my work involves converting existing applications into Docker Linux containers and writing Bash scripts to make everyone's lives (including my own) a little bit easier. Concurrently, I am taking courses at Syracuse University to achieve a Master's degree in Computer Engineering.
Outside of work, I enjoy experimenting with new technologies and server administration / configuration. I maintain a decent amount of servers with varying purposes. Some of my favorite things to work on are hosting game servers (by running a gaming community), web development (nodejs, responsive design, python web servers), and testing self-hosted applications (i.e. Plex, Eclipse Che, Apache Guacamole, etc.).
Beyond technology, I love to beat the drums, play video games, and spend time with my beautiful wife and son. Feel free to get in touch with me directly at [email protected]
- Researched and converted Information Management services into Docker Linux container solutions to ease deployment times and provide scalability in production environments
- Maintained code bases using Git version control and created thorough documentation for end-users of complex Information Management systems
- Developed extensive Bash scripts to automatically configure and deploy Docker containers
- Tested and identified bugs within contractor-developed code to ensure robust and stable systems
- Developed a rapid prototype of a python-based proxy service using Twisted event-driven networking engine
- Development and maintenance of SafeNet's website and web applications
- Coordinated with developers locally and globally to resolve website and corporate application issues
- Researched and analyzed potential Business Process Management (BPM) solutions to streamline company processes and save many hours of employee's time
- Maintained and created new content for the multiple corporate websites
- Provided Level 1 ISP technical support by resolving network, web hosting, and VOIP issues for local businesses in the Wilmington and Philadelphia areas
- Diagnosed problems by troubleshooting issues by debugging, researching documentation, and breaking down large problems into smaller pieces
- Kept customers completely aware of ongoing issues and the status of raised problems
Listed below are a few projects that were developed for academic purposes and for leisure: