Ruby on Rails Project Management

 Project Manager/Web Tech team lead

Critical Logic, Inc • Spokane, WA


Manage Staff Direct Reports and project specific teams to include Ruby on Rails

Manage project plans, delivery dates project budgets and track various metrics

Sizing and task estimation of new projects

Support and relief of bottle-necks to meet project plan deadlines

Mentoring internal and external modelers

Analysis of Business and  Functional Requirements; test case development using DTT

Development of internal      applications/scripts/DB using Ruby, AutoIT, VB, and MySQL

  • Design and implementation of       MySQL database
    • Manage Clients and Account ID
    • Manage individual Licenses
    • Registration log history
    • Manage growing list of products/versions
  • Design, Develop and Test       Registration/Unregister modules in Ruby
  • Design, Develop and Test Update       module in Ruby used in complex version update availability system
  • Design, Develop and Test       Client/Account ID/Product management desktop app in VB 2010
  • Design and Develop Version       selection tool for internal use in VB 2010
  • Develop automation framework       code/scripts in AutoIT for use with TMX in test execution

Accomplishments: As a software development resource I have lead the way in moving the company from managing registration/licenses of our software in a simple flat file to an elaborate database structured to scale as the company grows. The structure of our database and update modules designed by me, allow for deployment of updated versions of a given product to select clients based on contract agreements due to custom modifications.

Additionally, as a Project Manager, I contributed to projects focusing on a vast array of system types requiring both technical and business level analysis. I have consulted for systems of both Fortune 500 and government entity clientele.


Software Development, Ruby on Rails, Spokane Community College, Spokane, WA

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