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  1. 1. Bryan Shelton ProfessionalExperience: Application Systems Engineer IV, Wells Fargo: Des Moines, IA, March 2014 – Sep. 2016 • Developed and maintained critical systems and applications central to all operations in the Retail Lending area within Wells Fargo utilizing C#, VB.NET, MVC, SQL, JavaScript, JQuery, KnockoutJS and Entity Framework. • Automated Processing Environment: APE is the central application for numerous processes,information and applications necessaryfor all developers in Wells Fargo to do their jobs correctly and efficiently. • Change Control: This application is the main piece of APE functionality that allows developers to setup automatic code promotion from the test environmentto production. Change Control handles multiple types ofcode including SQL,creates and maintains release branches in Team Foundation Server,and includes a robustwizard and approval process used to build and approve each change control. • Service Request: Extremely flexible and robustProject Managementand Time Tracking application. Handles uploading and managementofdocuments related to a project, tracks all changes and displays historyinformation, allows users to be added to projects with finite control of what those users can see and do,and has several wizards that help the user navigate through multiple types of projects and their corresponding sub-types. • CSCL MQ: Message Queue user interface updated to work correctly in IE11. The new IE11 compatible UIwas created in JQuery and JavaScript and is used to send and receive monetaryand non-monetaryinformation from multiple vendors. • NAS Traversal& Aggregation: Network Access Storage Traversing and Aggregation application created for the Wells Fargo Server Team in order to indicate what files and folders mayneed to be removed. The NAS would run low on space dailyand required several hours ofmaintenance per dayin order to keep critical systems up and running. This application allowed the server team to quickly address this issue byidentifying problem areas in a variety of reports and views based on the user's input,which broughta 3 to 4-hour maintenance job down to 45 minutes or less depending on load. Applications Developer, Stewart Strategy: Des Moines, IA, Oct. 2013 to March 2014  Developed applications for Siemens utilizing C#,MVC, SQL and Windows Azure.  Developed the Disaster Protection application for Siemens. This application allows Siemens’ agents access to information regarding their clients’ backups and the overall health of their systems. It also gives the agents the capabilityof managing users with varying degrees ofaccess to regions and groups while generating a reportin Word and PDF formats.  Developed the Siemens IdentityProvider application thatprovides authentication for the Disaster Protection application by way of security certificates and SAML 2.0 tokens. Applications Developer II, Briggs Corporation: Des Moines, IA, March 2012 to Oct. 2013  Developed applications in a suite known as BApps. BApps is written in C#, Silverlight, and MVVM and is used by the entire company.  BApps – Developed the NPD Pipeline application used bythe New ProductDevelopmentTeam. This application allows the team to manage potential items thatmayor may not be taken on board. It allows users to filter and manage information for a particular item or setof items from the Ideation phase all the way to the on -boarding process. A managementsection for the manager and team lead allows for further manipulation ofdata, including deleting the item completely.  BApps – Developed the Pricing Playground application used by the Sales and Marketing teams. Based on the search criteria,the application populates data into as manyinstances ofa user control as there are items to display. The collection of user control instances is displayed in a shell which contains controls used to manipulate pricing data,including rounding and manual overrides.  BApps – Developed the Data Runner application utilized by all management throughoutthe company. Once a report is chosen from the drop down list,controls are automaticallygenerated based on the report’s stored procedure parameters. When the report has finished an email is sentto the user with a link to the document.  Developed an application that rips order information from PDF’s utilizing C# and ITextSharp for companies such as Walgreens,Home Depot,QVC and Overstock. The order information is converted into XML and is automatically uploaded into JDE.  Developed an application that rips order information from emails and inserts them into AtTask (Project Management Software) as projects for various teams to review or work. Several of the clients were automaticallyprocessed bythe application,which updated AtTask with the status of the order.  Created numerous tables and stored procedures in SQL 2012.  All projects utilize WCF Services written in C# to communicate with SQL.
  2. 2. Developer, Oklahoma State University Medical Center: Tulsa, OK, Nov. 2011 to Feb. 2012 • Developed the hospital’s intranetin SharePoint2010 with custom ASP.NET, C# and VB.NET applications. • Developed a menu suite in VB.NET for the hospital’s chefthatincluded data entry and storage for meals and their respective ingredients,as well as setting up and displaying the currentweek’s menu. On the home page of the intranet, a SharePointweb-partdisplayed the currentmeals being served atthat particular time, and updated automaticallybased on the menu and time of day. • Developed a program for the CardiologyDepartmentin C# that allowed them to reserve a room for procedures and displaythe specific procedure thatwas being performed,as well as anyequipmentor supplies needed. This allowed the reserved room to be completelystocked and ready to go when the Doctor arrived. This program saved enough time to fit in one more procedure per day. • Developed an application for the Nursing Staffin VB.NET that allowed them to quickly assess who was on duty, and if anyone has called in sick and a shiftneeded to be covered. If a shiftopened all Nurses on the on call listwere emailed directlyto their cell phone.They were previouslyusing a paper system that required the supervisor to contact nurses directly. • Developed an Employee of the Month application in C# that allowed anyone in the hospital to nominate somebodyfor the award. • Developed a Policies & Procedures application in C# that directly linked any procedure or set of procedures directly to the policies thatgoverned them. Everyone from Human Resources to the Surgeons Group had extremely strict rules on what could and could not be done in any given situation. This application increased productivityand companymorale as their previous Policies & Procedures search engine was poorlybuiltand often frustrated users. GRAS Security Specialist, HP Enterprise Services: Tulsa, OK, Aug. 2011 to Nov. 2011  Answered help desk calls for the Pfizer service desk,as well as helped maintain securityfor Pfizer while keeping their employees connected to all systems required based on the specific user. Developer, WebShel Organizational Solutions: Tulsa, OK, Aug. 2010 to June 2011 • Developed a ManagementTraining Program for Reasors utilizing Adobe Captivate and Adobe Presenter. • Both programs are partof the Adobe E-Learning Suite and work with Microsoft PowerPointto provide a powerful interactive learning experience from anywhere the internetcan reach. • Developed and maintained databases and other related systems. Developer & Systems Administrator, Trase Miller Technologies: Tulsa, OK, Dec. 2007 to Aug. 2010 • Designed and implemented a Quality Assurance Monitoring Program in VB.NET that saved supervisors several hours per week in filing and paperwork. Before my employment,Trase Miller used paper and filing cabinets for all employee reviews and coaching. My solution organized all information aboutan employee’s performance in a SQL 2005 database that I developed and maintained. It also allowed supervisors to instantlydisplayall records for an employee within a desired date range and negated the possibilityof losing an employee’s review. • Since teams changed every few months Ideveloped a program in C# that updated SQL automatically based on the supervisors’ input. Before this program I had to manuallychange teams in SQL. • Developed a virtual knowledge handbook in VB.NET that allowed the travel agents to save and share information aboutdestinations. Previouslyall research was performed over the internetwhich resulted in conflicting information aboutcertain destinations. This program stored information in a SQL 2005 database and greatly improved the cohesiveness ofinformation given to clients. Within three months,complaints aboutmisinformation dropped dramatically. • Converted previous non-relational spreadsheetstyle databases in SQL to fully functioning relational databases. • Developed and managed a SharePoint2007 site with over 150 users. This allowed supervisors to have and design their own team sites,as well as a supervisor onlysite where they shared valuable information between them. • Developed and implemented a work from home solution for the travel agents utilizing VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol). Since Trase Miller is a 24/7 operation,this solution allowed them to completelyclose the building at night saving them over $50,000 per year in night guard costs alone. This solution was originallydesigned to be completelyvirtual with Citrix, but costforced us to continue with the currentdesktop model.The VOIP phones connected to the phone switch via a Juniper SSG, and the at home agent’s computers connected to the office utilizing a VPN. • Maintained fourteen servers with a mixed environmentof Server 2003 and 2008. • Managed Active Directory along with two SQL Servers, an Exchange Server 2007 (including a 2003-2007 email migration),two web servers,two Domain Controllers,and a SAN server with secondarytape backups. Systems Analyst Intern, BSW International: Tulsa, OK, May 2007 to Aug. 2007 • Answered help desk calls,diagnosed and solved individual work station issues.
  3. 3. RELATED SKILLS Languages and Methodologies • MVC • MVVM • ASP.NET • VB Script • VB.NET • C# • JSON • Java • JQuery • WCF • Silverlight • XHTML • XML • XAML • ColdFusion • Java Script • Telerik Controls • REST • AJAX • Knockout JS • Entity Framework Servers, Databases and Operating Systems • Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2, 2012 • Windows 7, Vista, XP • Windows Server 2003 and 2008 • Microsoft Exchange 2003 and 2007 Development Environments • Visual Studios 2008, 2010,2012, 2013,2015 • Adobe CS4 and CS5 • Microsoft SharePoint 2007, 2010 • Adobe E-Learning Suite • Team Foundation Server • GIT • Source Tree Firewalls and Security Systems • Juniper SSG 140 • ISA 2000, 2004, 2006 • Symantec Endpoint Protection • Juniper Netstream 25 Firewall Networking Hardware and Software • Storage Area Networks • Cisco VoIP • Linksys and D-Link Wireless Routers • Active Directory • Cisco switches and routers PROFESSIONAL AND MANAGEMENT SKILLS • Strong understanding of programming logic and pseudo code, as well as the communication gaps between programmers, developers, designers and users. • Strong communication skills and capable of working with a variety of individuals and disciplines. • Self-motivated, creative, and proactive in problem solving situations. • Excellent ability to develop and maintain good relationships with vendors. • Troubleshoot external problems with vendors that may arise as they relate to the technological infrastructure. • Works well individually or in a team based environment. CERTIFICATES •CNSSI 4016, Risk Analyst •CNSSI 4014, Information Systems Security Officer •NSTISSI 4011, Information Systems Security Professional EDUCATION •Oklahoma State University, May 2006 to 2008, Bachelor of Science GPA 3.33 •Tulsa Community College, January 2005 to May 2006, MIS Major GPA 3.0

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