Previously developed a Windows Communication Foundation web service from the ground up, using C# and .NET framework 4.0, that accepts and return JSON formatted response that uses a RESTful structure of URL, it also has a custom application authentication for the security of both the service and those that consume the service. Also created an administration, for data/user maintenance and generating reports through Crystal Report, and an agent website from C# ASP.NET for consuming the service that uses bootstrap 2 for responsive UI. Have also created an uploader application for the service that uploads data from the service's MySQL database to AS/400 db2 database from a Windows Application that runs on background and uses thread management for performance optimization.
Developed a 3-tier image and data uploading system (Web Service, Windows Service, Client Desktop Application) using C# framework in .NET framework 4.0. The Web Service is made from WCF Web Service that is responsible for saving the uploaded images to the head office server. The Windows Service checks the locally saved images from the branch server and upload it to the head office server using the Web Service. The Client Desktop Application is a rich image and data searching that connects to the Windows Service.
Worked on a C# MVC 4 project that uses a bootstrap 3 for the responsive UI and a chartjs for generating charts and reports.
Currently working on a Ruby on Rails project using Aptana Studio, git for repository, Heroku for hosting, and Amazon S3 for resources, for a public website that also uses bootstrap 3 for UI and researched a few User Experience design for formulating proper forms. Created graphical charts for analyzing data of the website and generate excel files for reports.
Minimally maintained a few legacy apps made from ASP Classic and VB6.
Collaborate on working in a JAVA application that connects to a file server (Alfresco) and an AS/400 Database DB2.
Had also formulated a tool for Agile Methodology on scrum that automatically calculate agile development data like velocity and burndown chart.
Accustomed with some top collaboration tools like Trello and Slack.