I am currently working with nSPARC as a Computer Programmer/Analyst. My duties include working with continual integration and maintanence of current projects.
I am available for freelance web development projects in my spare time. I am well versed in many aspects of web development and can work with anyone to create a new brand and site for their business, or provide maintanence for existing sites that are in need of updates. Contact me for quotes and proposals at firstname.lastname@example.org
For two years I was a self-employed developer/sub-contractor. In this time, I have still maintained my Senior Web Developer status with EYStudios, Inc. as a subcontractor, with a responsibility of 40 hours per week, while also working on independent projects privately. In this time I have strengthened my abilities to be a self starter and motivator while maintaining deadlines and developing new features.
Major tasks include developing internal tools for front-end and back-end management, developing web applications for e-commerce platforms, full e-commerce site installations on multiple platforms (including some major Top 500 Internet Retailers), offering internal technical assistance, and providing instructional assistance & training to team members as well as the client base. In January 2012, I became a self-employed Web Developer but maintained my position with EYStudios, Inc. as a Senior Web Developer and influential part of the team by subcontracting 40 hours a week for the company.
Before the company became acquired by EYStudios in 2008, this position required full e-commerce site installation on multiple platforms, coordinating project flow with production management team, and providing instructional assistance & training to team members and client base.
The BIS (Business Information Systems) major at Mississippi State is a business- and computer-oriented major that prepares the student for a career in information technology, working in a business environment. Most frequently, a BIS graduate begins his or her work career as a computer programmer, frequently then moving into a systems analyst, database administrator, or management position.
Programs in computer information systems provide skills in network administration, database management, accounting, resource management, electronic commerce, computer software and coding languages. With these skills, students may be able to encode, organize, analyze and utilize computer systems and digital databases to solve problems and provide support for a variety of business needs.