Director of Content Development, Penn Atlantic
Adobe / Macromedia Trainer and Author
Other Current Activities:
Partner, AccessNet Communications
Agent (Trainer), Adobe Corporation
Technical Advisor, E-Town
Center Developer, Boulder Community Network
Extensive experience in all phases of computer software projects,
including design, data modeling, requirements and specification, programming, test cycles,
production, version control, maintenance, budgeting and project management,
and systems engineering. In depth knowledge of most emerging and current
streaming technologies, CGI, Java, etc., extensive experience with
IIS web servers.
Training and Technical Editing:
ColdFusion Trainer, Adobe / Macromedia Corporation, GT Alliance, Train Simple, others. Instructor, internet related courses at the University
of Denver, WestNet (Regis
College), Boulder Community Network. Co-author, ColdFusion® MX
Developer's Handbook™, Sybex 2003.
Advanced Macromedia ColdFusion MX 7 Application Development, Macromedia 2005. Technical editor for Disinformation and Alt-X
online web magazines, as well as Ben
Forta's Cold Fusion Web Construction Kit, 3rd ed. Speaker at Internet
World New York and Internet World California on many occasions, Macromedia
DevCon 2001, Macromedia MAX 2003 and 2005.
Windows Servers (NT through 2003), Windows (all), MS/DOS, MacOS, Linux,
Graphical User Interfaces:
Windows 95/NT/2000/XP, MacOS, Tcl/Tk.
some Visual Basic, Visual C++, some PHP.
B.S./E.E.C.S. University of Colorado, Boulder 1985.
Management Certificate UCB 1989.
Director of Content Development, Penn Atlantic (2006-Present)
Lead php and database architect and developer, as well as responsible for 3rd party product integration and 3rd party content distribution relationships. Design, management and implementation of large-scale software development projects for internet broadcast of sporting events.
Senior consultant. Lead designer, architect, developer, and programmer. Projects involve ColdFusion, SQL, and other technologies as required. Design, management, and implementation of various projects for industries including travel, media/music, streaming media, content management, insurance, e-commerce, and real estate. (http://www.breckcomm.com and http://www.innovargroup.com)
As Chief Technical Officer of Mallfinder Network / PC Menu LLC, I was responisble
for the architecture, lead programming, and integration of an application
service platform that supported hundreds of retail malls, thousands
of retailers, and many technology partners including DoubleClick, Akamai,
MapQuest and others. I managed all development, provided technology
consulting services to our partners, evaluated new technologies, and sat
on industry panels and trade organizations. (http://www.mallfinder.com/).
Director of Internet Development, Eclipse, Inc. (1997-1998)
Director of Internet Development for a medium sized developer and distributor
of hard-goods distribution management software. I managed the development
of and co-developed web sites and database access applications for our Eclipse
and its customers. Eclipse has recently been acquired by Intuit.
Senior Architect/Developer, The Radiance Group (formerly AND Interactive ATG) (1995 - 1997)
Senior developer on web based development projects for a medical patient
records system company. I was responsible for developing software for developing
vertical market intranet applications, researching new technologies for
use in cutting-edge web sites, and developing standards for use in integrated
systems. At AND Interactive I was also co-founder and developer of Disinformation.
Technical Manager, U S WEST Technologies (Oct. 1992
- Nov. 1995)
Technical Manager, public Notes project. Involved in programming and systems
engineering on the !NTERACT electronic mail interoperability
project. Involved in design and implementation of user interfaces and underlying
database, vendor relations and problem tracking, vendor software and hardware
evaluation, and research into future project implementation. I also planned
and developed third party relationships to create a groupware offering.
Other Large Projects (consulting):
Interactive television programming system development
Implemented and designed global X.25 WAN
Designed, managed and implemented several publications related systems
for OS/2, Windows, VM, and MVS.
(Victoria, Ltd.) (1989)
and implemented database systems for online ticketing and ski school
Micro Decisionware. (1986-1989) I was the eighth employee and developed all PC based software, and later was primary presales support
engineer. Company eventually became a
part of Sybase, Inc.
Work before 1986:
Programmed Novell compatible MRP system with barcode input at various
assembly stations for factory services.
System administrator for development testing computer. Involved UNIX
system administration and reporting.
Mentor Graphics (1984-1985)
Programmed prototypes of PC-based CAE products for Windows and GEM
Boulder Computer Resource Center (1982-1984)
Custom database programming for various clients.
Other Technical Activities
I am the arts, entertainment
and recreation coordinator for Boulder Community Net, a nonprofit public
outreach Internet service. I have done complete development of the E-Town
and Chautauqua sites, done ongoing development of the Arts, Entertainment,
Sports, and Recreation centers for BCN, and have assisted groups in production
of pages for all these centers. I also have served on the board and
technical advisory committees since 1997.
I am the managing partner in a web hosting business with
a growing client base. AccessNet provides secure commerce and web hosting
services, as well as web site development and graphic arts production.
Application Solutions (1989-2000)
This is a private, self-operated company that provides support for primarily
PC based applications for many area small companies. It has involved setting
up and troubleshooting many different PC based software applications, extensive
hardware setup and debugging, as well as programming many applications for
individuals and small companies. Most programming work has involved C++,
Windows, Windows NT and Novell environments, as well as a limited amount
of UNIX and Macintosh.
Recent Consulting (partial):
Boulder Community Network
Primary Developer of:
AccessNet Home Page: