My current position involves a lot of AngularJS, and Cordova. I’ll post an update when the applications are available on Google Play and the App Store.
Previously, I worked at Fuller Theological Seminary, where I spent most of my working hours writing code to make all of their systems interact with one another, and with MySQL and Oracle 11g databases. Most of those daily integration tasks utilized my skills in PHP, Python, SQL & PL/SQL; however, their systems are very diverse, and on the rare occasion I found myself coding in Groovy/Grails. In addition to the daily integration tasks, I also supported their Distributed Learning team with their Moodle installation, providing custom coding & bug fixes in PHP, and general troubleshooting, including the PostgreSQL database that powers the whole thing.
As of April 4, 2014, I am also a Zend Certified PHP Engineer (covering PHP 5.5).
Outside of work
When not at work, I enjoy bicycling, and especially building bikes. My goal is to eventually build my own frames and develop the necessary painting skills to give a bike a real gleam and unique look. You can see a few of my past builds on these pages.
I’m also a fan of motorcycles, which is the lazy man’s version of the bicycle, and no longer own a car. I try to plan as many trips as I can manage, just because life is too short to not see the world.
Also, while I do get a lot of computer time while at work, I also still like to build some things just for fun. One of my extracurricular activities includes the Online Book of Common Prayer, which aims to provide a simple interface for doing the Daily Offices. In future plans are flashcard programs for both Biblical Greek and Latin.
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