JONATHAN C. TERRY<br />Cincinnati, Ohio 45251<br />513-742-3575<br /><br />SUMMARY<br />Results-driven...
Successfully transitioned into a project that required the design, coding, and testing of a software upgrade one month int...
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  1. 1. JONATHAN C. TERRY<br />Cincinnati, Ohio 45251<br />513-742-3575<br /><br />SUMMARY<br />Results-driven Information Technology Professional with 14 years successful experience. Strong qualifications in Application Development using structured methodologies throughout the project life cycle. Known for the ability to organize and coordinate group efforts. Utilizes an effective style of team management to achieve company goals. Adept at bridging the communication gap between users and technicians. Outstanding strategic planning ability and an astute problem-solver. Key abilities include: <br />Consensus BuildingProcess ImprovementResults OrientedStructured Process DevelopmentProject ManagementProgram Implementation Training / MentoringQuality ManagementApplication DevelopmentProduction SupportEnd User SupportProject Lifecycle<br />CERTIFICATIONS<br />MCAD – Microsoft Certified Application Developer<br />TECHNICAL SKILLS<br />Programming Languages<br />C#.Net, VB.Net, VB, C, C++, HTML, COBOL<br />.NET Skill Set<br />.NET Framework 3.5 and Common Type System, ASP.NET, SilverLight, AJAX, XAML, WPF, WCF, ADO.NET, LINQ, .NET Class Libraries, Web Services<br />Databases<br />MS SQL Server 2008, MS SQL Server 2005<br />Software<br />Visual Studio 2008, Visual Studio 2005<br />SetFocus, LLC Morristown, NJ<br />.Net Master’s Program(14 weeks)<br />The SetFocus .Net Master’s Program is an intensive, hands–on, project oriented program where participants add knowledge of and valuable experience putting the .Net skill set to use in a simulated work environment.<br />Developed solutions for diverse programming scenarios in C#, employing object–oriented programming concepts: encapsulation, inheritance, polymorphism, and abstraction.  <br />Used C#, LINQ and ADO.NET to define and implement secure middle-tier components using connected and disconnected environment strategies.  Components consumed by web applications and windows applications utilizing SQL Server and stored procedures to perform logical business transactions.  <br />Created and deployed XML Web Services using ASP.NET and Windows Communication Foundation (WCF).  Consumed Web Services from Windows forms and ASP.NET web applications. <br />Created complex business components in C# using .NET Class Library assemblies while migrating and implementing in a multi-tier environment suitable for .NET Remoting, XML Web Services and WCF Services to address application infrastructure issues associated with building scalable enterprise level applications used by clients. <br />Developed Windows n-tiered “Public Library Management System” application and ported the application to a dynamic ASP.NET Internet/Intranet model utilizing the same secure middle tier data access components.  Non-public web pages secured using Windows integrated and ASP.NET forms security models. <br />PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE<br />IBM POSITIONS2000 – 2001Cincinnati, OH<br />Application Developer<br /><ul><li> Member of the programming team responsible for implementing changes requested by the user, changes required to fix errors, and changes due to industry requirements, using Visual Basic, SQL, C, and Tuxedo.
  2. 2. Successfully transitioned into a project that required the design, coding, and testing of a software upgrade one month into the project cycle. All deadlines for the hand over to the next phase of development were achieved on time and within budget.</li></ul>AT&T POSITIONS1986 – 2000Cincinnati, OH<br />Application Developer<br />FLEXCONN APPLICATION<br /><ul><li>Designed, coded and tested the FLEXCONN project. Created using OO principles and a three tiered approach in its architecture. FLEXCONN has a DATA layer, PROCESS layer, and a PRESENTATION layer. The DATA layer is a relational data base, the PROCESS layer is written in C++, and the PRESENTATION layer is a GUI using JAVA. The OS used was HPUX the DB used was SYBASE 11.0.
  3. 3. Created new standards for deliverables in the project development process. Identified specific areas of development, including user requirements, analyst, programmer, and selected and prioritized information each area needed to be productive. Utilized a team approach to craft a project model for the district as it transitioned from the old computer system to the new system.</li></ul>MDLRS APPLICATION<br /><ul><li>Maintenance a user requested transitional project that used HTML, Java Script, and SQL to provide the users with a way to query a DB to receive timely information. This was in support of the ACMS application.
  4. 4. Facilitated customer relations by developing a strategy to accommodate the transitional needs of the user. Provided an update that allowed the pertinent information to be merged into the new system. The result was a satisfied end user and increased confidence in the services provided.
  5. 5. Led meetings involving different disciplines needed to successfully introduce software changes. Created documentation that gave a blue print on what was done and when, it also provided a starting place when looking for process improvements and for trouble shooting.</li></ul>MDLRS APPLICATION <br /><ul><li>Fielded phone calls from users about troubles in the system. Created tools using UNIX, C, and SQL to help resolve problems. Done in support of the Access Capacity Management System (ACMS).</li></ul>WATS APPLICATION <br /><ul><li>Designed, coded and tested of all changes in WATS to support the Access Management Capacity System (ACMS). COBOL JCL and IMS were the main tools used in WATS.
  6. 6. Mentored new employees to ensure abilities to participate in all areas of the application. Created a list of the most relevant items needed to work on the application and the names of key contacts.</li></ul>TIRKS APPLICATION<br /><ul><li>Responsible for the development and updates to batch and online programs using COBOL, JCL, and IMS. Took phone calls from users, answered questions from others wanting to interface with TIRKS and conducted maintenance of the batch schedule.
  7. 7. Recognized for achievement in the area of production support. Selected to address issues in responding to and fixing production issues before service was negatively impacted. Successfully achieved all company standards in this area.
  8. 8. Maintained an ongoing dialogue with the end users to evaluate the effectiveness and usefulness of report programs. This was part of a continuing effort to provide quality service delivery with cost benefits. As a result, non-productive jobs were eliminated and the schedules became more efficient and cost effective.</li></ul>EDUCATIONCentral State University, Wilberforce, OH<br />Bachelors of Science, Computer Science<br />