Section 508 SME (Development)

508Over 15 years of experience in the full SDLC, RAD, RUP, and AGILE application development environments as a development/architecture team lead, 508 ADA Subject Matter Expert, Quality Assurance Test Engineer, and Project Manager. The breadth of these systems encompassed websites, content management, business/scientific data communication, web services, and RSS and XML feed design. Intranet development including analyzing existing paper manual processes and designing database driven applications to streamlining existing systems using Web 2.0 API practices while ensuring the integrity of 508 ADA accessibility. Drafted and conducted 508/Security code remediation strategies for legacy intranet business applications into new security requirements as well as Web Access Board Standards for disabled users. Testing of web applications, client-server, web, network, multimedia, and database projects. Designed and developed interactive 508 application development practices training software for new government application development certification.

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