Integrations Developer for the migration of the Queensborough Community College website from an Adobe Dreamweaver environment to a more intuitive Content Management System using Hannon Hill’s Cascade Server CMS. The project required research and testing of various CMS systems to identify and recommend a solution to the campus. Upon acquisition, I developed a user-friendly Events Calendar and Job Board for the new CMS integrated with a Microsoft SQL Server 2008 environment. The second phase of the project consisted of converting the current 8,000 page site to a new theme and integrating those assets into the CMS. The final phase was to integrate a form processing back-end which will allow a web form, with any amount of form fields, to be processed.
Primarily focused on user-friendly UIs. Use of JQUERY and other JS frameworks to rapidly develop initiative cross-browser UIs.
Develop web applications with VS.NET 2012 environment. Always looking for ways to streamline processes using programming.
A cruial part of web applications developement; this is much better than storing data in a text file.
Cruial Member of the Web Team:
With David (web master), Jason (web designer), and me (web applications programmer), we are the dream team of all that is QCC web!
Other team members: Phil (media manager) and Denis (blackboard admin)
Faculty Member of ET: To spread my experience, knowledge, and love of web programming, I have joined the ET dept to teach ET714, a database-driven web applications class. The class is a very well-rounded course that focuses on developing database-driven web applications with LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP). Term project is a fully functional ecommerce web site that includes a shopping cart.
Hobbies & Interests: iOS development (iPhone Apps and Games), blogging, and community building.
Here is a small example of applications that I have developed for QCC
Other Projects that are in the works!
Current Goal and Personal Objective: Develop a Content Mgmt System (CMS) from Scratch.