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  • 1. Andrew C. Long (314) 330-2737 along@andrewlong.com JOB OBJECTIVE I am seeking a senior-level development position with opportunities for advancement into a technical architect position for a company that encourages the ongoing growth, education and training of its employees. WORK EXPERIENCE • January 2008 – Current: Quilogy, Inc, St. Louis, MO Job Title: Senior Consultant I worked as a team member on the successful completion of custom development projects using Microsoft technologies including Visual Studio 2008, Visual Basic .net, SQL Server 2005. • March 2006 – December 2007: RealEstateExpress.com, St. Louis, MO Job Title: Director of Technical Development I was responsible for the technical oversight and ongoing maintenance of an existing group of ASP web applications, as well as the implementation of new features and upgrades on the sites. I was also responsible for rewriting the internally-used administrative website in ASP.Net 2.0. The following technologies were used: Visual Studio 6.0, ASP, VBScript, Visual Studio 2005 Team System, ASP.Net 2.0, ASP.Net AJAX, C#, Web Services, Windows Sharepoint Services, SQL Server 2000. • May 1995 - Present: Self-Employed (andrewlong.com) Projects included: • FairwaysAndGreens.com: web-based application which allows users to track various statistics related to their golf game. The website also provides a subset of functionality via a mobile website accessible via a web-enabled PDA or WAP-enabled cell phone. Technologies used include: Visual Studio 2008, C#, ASP.Net AJAX, SQL Server 2000, Web services, NUnit. • CameronHeadcovers.com: website which allows users to setup a virtual version of their Scotty Cameron putter headcover collection. By consuming 3rd–party web services, the site also tracks the current value of headcovers sold on e-bay, and allows users to post pictures of their collections to flickr and have them appear on the CameronHeadcovers.com site. Technologies used include: Visual Studio 2005, C#, ASP.Net AJAX, SQL Server 2005, Web Services, NUnit. • PersonalFinanceWizard.com: website which allows users to browse through a directory of companies providing financial-related services, and view current offers and promotions offered by each company. Technologies used include: Visual Studio 2005, C#, ASP.Net AJAX, SQL Server 2005.
  • 2. • Amazon Price Watch: windows forms application which allows users to create a watch list of products from Amazon.com’s catalog, allowing the user to track the price of their watch list products. Technologies used include: Visual Studio .net, C#, XML, Web services. • December 1999 – March 2006: Quilogy, Inc, St. Louis, MO Job Title: Senior Consultant I worked independently and as a team member to successfully complete a number of custom application development projects. Projects included: • Worked as an architect and technical lead on a new version of a web application allowing users to redeem digital gift certificates. Responsibilities included creating the detailed design documents for the web forms and user controls used in the web application, work on development of a proxy assembly used to call our client’s public web services, and handled the unit testing of the client’s public web services. The following technologies were used: Visual Studio 2005, ASP.Net, C#, web services, NUnit. • Led a team in the implementation of a new look and feel and several new pieces of functionality for an ASP.Net application that allows employees to access their W-2 forms online. Responsibilities included overseeing the timely completion of the project, weekly status meetings and reports with the client, and various development tasks as needed. The following technologies were used: Visual Studio 2003, ASP.Net, C# • Worked as part of the development team on an ASP.Net application that allowed employees to view, edit, and submit their state W-4 form online. Responsibilities included development of the user interface with web forms and some work on the middle tier business objects. The following technologies were used: Visual Studio 2003, ASP.Net, C#, NUnit, Oracle. • Worked as part of the development team on an ASP.Net application that allowed for the display of customized reports generated using XML and XSLT. Responsibilities included the development of all XSLT files used, and development of the middle tier business objects. The following technologies were used: Visual Studio 2003, ASP.Net, C#, XML, XSLT. • Development of a custom web-based user interface for Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services with C# and ASP.Net. This also included the creation of a custom delivery extension for SQL Reporting Services which handled the creation and storage of reports as well as handling user notification of completed reports. • Conversion of a legacy Visual Basic 6 Windows application to C#. • The development of a PocketPC based application for use by Doctors at an Air Force Base hospital to access information for all Physicians’ Desk Reference drugs, and specifically those drugs in the hospital formulary. The following technologies were used: Visual Studio.net 2003, .Net Compact Framework, C#, SQL Server CE 2.0, and SQL Server 2000. • The development of a web-based survey application, which included wireless web access via a Palm VII handheld device. The following technologies were used: Visual Studio 6.0, Visual Studio .Net, ASP, VBScript, VB.Net, and SQL Server 2000.
  • 3. • The development and ongoing maintenance of a web-based purchasing and tracking system for member benefits for a large laborers union. The following technologies were used: Visual Studio 6.0, ASP, VBScript, Visual Basic 6, COM, SQL Server 7.0, MSMQ, and DHTML. • October 1997 – November 1999: Activated Multimedia/Brighton Interactive, St. Louis, MO Job Title: Webmaster. Responsible for the design, development, implementation, and maintenance of two web-based training sites – http://www.trainingdepartment.com and http://www.realestateexpress.com -- built with Active Server Pages and Microsoft SQL Server 6.5. The sites allow administrators to author courses, assign courses to users, and monitor the user’s progress. Also responsible for the development of customer database-driven websites built using ASP and SQL Server, and the administration of web servers running Windows NT and Internet Information Server, Microsoft Exchange E-mail server, Microsoft DNS server, and Microsoft NetShow streaming media server. • February 1997 – September 1997: Digital Design Studios/The Virtual Market, Branson, MO Job Title: Webmaster. Responsible for the design, development, implementation and maintenance of a large e-commerce web site, including setup of hardware and software, database development, and ASP and HTML coding. Also responsible for the setup and administration of server running Microsoft Internet Information Server, Microsoft Exchange E-mail server, Microsoft DNS server, and Microsoft SQL Server. • October 1996 - February 1997: OnThe.Net, Springfield, MO Job Title: Senior Web Developer. Responsible for overseeing the timely design, creation and implementation of complex web sites by a team of designers and programmers. • June 1996 - October 1996: ComputerLand of Springfield, MO Responsible for the creation and implementation of web sites for customers, including the use of ActiveX, JavaScript, Visual Basic Script, RealAudio and other Internet technologies. • August 1994 - June 1996: TALX, Document Services Division, Des Peres, MO Operation of Xerox 9790 and 4135 laser printing systems: process 3,000 - 20,000 page print jobs from round tape; forms creation with Xerox Elixir software: design and layout of invoices, statements, letters, postcards and other miscellaneous forms required by customers. EDUCATION / PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS • Microsoft Certified Solution Developer: 5/00 • Microsoft Certified Professional: 12/99 • St. Louis Community College: Majoring in Business – completion of all basic business courses including: accounting, business law, management, finance and economics.
  • 4. • Southwest Missouri State University • DeSmet Jesuit High School, St. Louis, Missouri