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  1. 1. Position Information I am a long time consultant and a Microsoft recognized expert with .Net, Service Oriented Architecture, and XML, so I am not looking for full time employee positions. New Jersey or telecommuting consulting positions only, please. Corp-to-Corp contracts only, no W2. My rate is $100/hour for work in NJ. I am a local .Net community leader and I’ve been in this business for a long time, so I know what the real going rates for experience enterprise .Net developers. Unfortunately, I’ve found that there are lots of recruiters that just do key word searches and just spam the results of these queries with email and phone calls and never actually read the resume. I wrote a blog post “Recruiter Etiquette - Resume Trawling” detailing the problems developers are running into when posting their resumes on various job sites. In order to filter out all that senseless email, you will have to do a little work to get in touch with me (don’t worry it will not be hard). Go to my site (listed below), and contact me via my contact me page (it is listed on the main page). Hopefully, you will also spend some time browsing the site, which should also help you get a better idea of my background and skills. .Net Solutions Consultant Architect ◊ Senior Developer ◊ XML Expert ◊ Team Lead ◊ SQL Server Developer ◊ Standards Compliant Website Designer ◊ Recognized Microsoft Influencer A Microsoft Most Valuable Professional, for XML, with over seven years of experience architecting multi-tiered and service oriented .Net and SQL Server applications. Experienced with designing and coding highly scalable Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) applications and reusable application block frameworks utilizing Test Driven Development and Domain Driven Design. As a recognized Microsoft influencer, I have worked work with, and provide feedback to, the following teams within Microsoft: XML, SQL Server, Patterns & Practices, Windows Presentation Framework, Windows Communication Framework, LINQ (Language Integrated Query), C# 3.0, and VB 9.0. ● ASP.Net ● SQL Server 2000 & 2005 ● Service Oriented Architecture ● Web Services ● .Net 1.1 & 2.0 ● Website & Graphic Design ● XML & XML Schema ● Visual Studio Team System ● C# and VB.Net Web Site www.donxml.com - Personal and technical web log Technical Skills Languages C#, VB.NET, XML, (X)HTML, CSS, Jscript/ECMAScript, XML Schema, XSLT, T-SQL, PL/SQL ,Scalable Vector Graphics, Visual Basic 3 - 6, Visual Basic for Applications, XQuery, XPath, SOAP, WSDL, WS-Policy, WS-Security Frameworks .Net 1.1, .Net 2.0, ASP.Net, WSE 2.0, WSE 3.0, .Net Enterprise Library, Biztalk 2000/2004/2006, Windows Presentation Framework, Windows Communication Framework, Sharepoint 2003 & 2007, Guidance Automation Toolkit, ActiveDirectory Services, MSMQ, Java 1.5 Operating Systems Windows 98/2000/XP, Windows Server 2000 & 2003, Windows Vista Databases SQL Server 7.0/2000/2005, SQL Server Analysis Services, SQL Server Integration Services, Oracle 8i/9i Tools Visual Studio 2003/2005, Visual Studio Team System, Team System Foundation Server, Visual Source Safe, NUnit, ClearCase, ClearQuest, Rational XDE, Source Vault, Oxygen XML Editor, Red Gate SQL Bundle, Adobe Illustrator Methodologies OOP/D, Design Patterns, Domain Driven Design, Test Driven Development, Service Oriented Architecture, Web Services Contract First
  2. 2. Consulting History Client Galaxy Systems - March 2006 – Current Title .Net Solutions Architect Software In a Microsoft .Net (1.1 and 2.0) environment – ASP.Net 1.1 & 2.0, C#, VB.Net, SQL Server 2000 & 2005, Web Services, Visual Studio 2005, .Net 2.0, Sharepoint 2007, Biztalk 2006 Description .Net Solutions architect hired to help create a new Microsoft consulting area within GalaxeSolutions. Responsibilities included mentoring internal staff and customers on the latest Microsoft technologies, SQL Server 2005, Sharepoint 2007, Biztalk 2006, Visual Studio Team System, LINQ (Language Integrated Query), Windows Communication Foundation, Windows Presentation Foundation, building proof of concept applications, and assisting with on going development projects. The majority of the work was around building proof of concept projects utilizing Sharepoint 2007 and web services interop with IBM Websphere portals, for a major pharmaceutical company. Client NRT - Sept 2005 – Jan. 2006 Software In a Microsoft .Net environment – ASP.Net, C#, VB.Net, SQL Server 2000, Web Services, Visual Studio 2005, .Net 2.0 Description Senior developer and architect brought in to assist with the developing standards and guidelines for their current ASP.Net applications and do initial analysis of work required to migrate from VB 6 and .Net 1.1 applications to .Net 2.0 Mentor and train team on .Net patterns and practices, XML, Web Services, Test Driven Development, and framework development. Client WKHealth - Sept 2004 – Sept. 2005 Software In a Microsoft .Net environment – WinForms, C#, VB.Net, SQL Server 2000, Web Services, ASP.Net Description • Senior developer and architect, in charge of developing and programming a system to index semi-structured documents. It is a WinForm based editorial system, using Web Services to communicate with the server side indexing application. The data repository was SQL Server 2000. • Develop prototypes in .Net 2.0 and SQL Server 2005. • Mentor and train team on .Net, XML, Web Services, Test Driven Development, and framework development. Client Dun & Bradstreet - July 2004 – Sept 2004 Software XML Schema, DTD, Java Description Provide guidance and best practices around converting legacy XML over HTTP architecture to a modern Web Services and XML Schema based architecture. Developed best practices for XML namespaces, versioning of XML Schemas, Schema validation, Schema creation and naming conventions. Client Schering-Plough - January 2002 – June 2004 Software In a Microsoft .Net environment – ASP.Net, C#, Enterprise Services, Oracle 8i, SAS Description • Senior developer and architect, in charge of developing and programming a FDA regulated system. This is a web based system, built on the Microsoft .Net platform. Responsibilities include design and coding of a Services Oriented application in the C# language. The data repository is Oracle 8i, and the web pages are optimized for Internet Explorer 5.5 or better. All statistical reporting was done using SAS, which was invoked through a custom .Net SAS data provider. Non-statistical reports were generated using XML serialization, XSLT and rendered in Adobe’s PDF format. • Mentor and train a staff of former Powerbuilder developers on the .Net framework, Service Oriented Architecture, XML, Object Oriented Programming, and Test Driven Development. Client Merck-Medco - July 1999 – December 2001 Software In a Microsoft DNA 2000/Web Services environment - Visual Basic 6.0, COM+, ActiveX Components, COM, ADO 2.6, SQL Server 2000, Oracle 8, SQL Server OLAP Services, MSMQ 2.0, IIS 5.0, Internet Explorer 5.5, ActiveDirectory Services, DHTML, Element
  3. 3. Employee Experience Company Paragon Computer Professionals Inc - May 1992 – August 1993 Software Cobol, CICS, DB2, VSAM, Natural, Adabas, Tesseract Software Title Programmer Analyst Description Conversion of existing human resource system to a Tesseract Software DB2 database. Responsibilities include design and implementation of an interface between the Tesseract Human Resource Module and a MSA Payroll system; utilizing COBOL II, and on-line and batch Natural/2. Also responsible for creation of extracts from an ADABAS database to be loaded into the Tesseract tables, maintenance of MSA interface and backfeed from Tesseract to original in-house HR package. Company Midlantic National Bank - November 1991 – May 1992 Software Cobol, CICS, DB2, VSAM Title Associate Programmer Description Contributed to the development, programming, and testing, of new and modified programs for the Inventory Control, Accounts Payable, Fixed Assets, and General Ledger systems. Optimization of the Accounts Payable and Inventory Control Systems. Company Prudential Insurance Company - January 1989 – April 1991 Software Cobol, CICS, JCL, VSAM, Tesseract Title Production Control Analyst Description Designed, tested, and installed customized Tesseract Benefit Plan Administration job streams; enhanced VSAM defines for efficient processing; coordinated production batch jobs and backups for several Tesseract databases. Education History 1994 Visual Basic - The Chubb Institute Advanced Training Division, Parsippany, NJ 1993 Command Level CICS The Chubb Institute Advanced Training Division, Parsippany, NJ 1991 Diploma in Computer Programming - The Chubb Institute, Parsippany, NJ - GPA: 98.8% Open Source Projects • XPathmania – Visual Studio extension that provides XPath development support for Visual Studio 2005. It is part of the Mvp.Xml project. • www.mvpxml.org - Mvp.Xml project is developed by Microsoft MVPs in XML technologies and XML Web Services worldwide. It is aimed at supplementing .NET framework XML processing functionality available through the System.Xml namespace and related namespaces such as System.Web.Services. • www.sharpvectors.org – Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) rendering engine for .Net 1.1
  4. 4. Speaking Events June 2006 Microsoft TechEd – a member of the Architect area’s ask the experts staff June 2006 New Jersey Code Camp – Camp organizer May 2006 Boston Code Camp • Intro to LINQ – Reinventing Visual Basic • Intro to Web Services Contract First April 2006 Richmond Code Camp • Intro to LINQ – Reinventing Visual Basic • Intro to Web Services Contract First Feb 2006 NYC Code Camp • Into to Guidance Automation Toolkit • Intro to Web Services Contract First Feb 2006 North New Jersey .Net User Group - Parsippany, NJ • Intro to Guidance Automation Toolkit Jan 2006 NJ SQL Server User Group • Intro to SQL Server 2005 for the Data Tier Developer October 2005 NJ Code Camp - Managed NJ’s first Code Camp with Scott Watermasysk April 2005 Philly Code Camp – Gave 3 presentations on .Net March 2005 Boston Code Camp – Gave 3 presentations on .Net May 2004 North New Jersey .Net User Group - Parsippany, NJ • Presentation on my GotDotNet.com User Sample - Encrypted Connection Strings. October 2003 New Jersey Microsoft Developers Group – Berkeley Heights, NJ • Fun with Attribute Based Programming - Extending Enums. Various examples of using attribute based programming to extend the properties of enumerations in .Net framework. July 2003 Applied XML Developers Conference– Portland, OR • Declarative UI Using Scalable Vector Graphics - Creating UI widgets using SVG and custom XML namespaces. Nov 2002 New Jersey Microsoft Developers Group – Berkeley Heights, NJ • Creating Graphics Dynamically with XML. Using SVG and the open source SharpVectorGraphics project to create graphics dynamicly in .Net, without having to know GDI+.

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