If you're interested in learning about my technical adventures, check them out on my blog, The Polyglot Developer.
Start the MongoDB live-stream on Twitch which focuses on development using MongoDB and various programming languages, tools, and technologies.
Create the "Quick Start" with MongoDB and Golang written and video tutorial series which goes in-depth on developing with MongoDB using the Go programming language.
Create, publish, and promote high quality written and video content to scale awareness and adoption of the various MongoDB products and help make organizations successful at using them.
Advise and implement best practices for content distribution and viewership growth using modern SEO tactics and KPI analysis.
Write and publish technical content and tutorials around the HERE Location Services (HLS) platform on the developer blog.
Present at developer conferences and lead developer workshops.
Advise Search Engine Optimization (SEO) best practices to Marketing, Documentation, and the Developer Evangelism teams to boost engagement.
Start the "Developer Waypoints" and "AWS Connections" live streams on Twitch which are focused on teaching developers how to use the various HERE products and services.
Record high-visibility technical screencasts using the various HERE products and services and publish them on YouTube.
Develop a Stack Overflow engagement application using Golang for Support Engineers to measure and track questions, comments, and answers on Stack Overflow in an efficient manner.
Manage projects and people on GitHub as the Open Source lead for the Developer Relations team.
Create and manage the HERE Silicon Valley, HERE Seattle, and HERE Chicago Meetup groups.
Create the MongoDB to Couchbase Server migration documentation.
Develop sample applications for Couchbase Server and its services, such as Full Text Search, N1QL, Analytics, and Eventing, using programming languages such as Golang, Node.js, and Java.
Write articles on the Couchbase blog that receive more than 50,000 monthly visits.
Publish more than 200 blog articles and tutorials on subjects such as Golang, Node.js, Java, Docker, and other technologies that integrate with the Couchbase NoSQL database.
Create the NativeScript Couchbase plugin for developing cross platform native mobile applications.
Create the MongoDB to Couchbase importer utility with Golang.
Publish more than 100 technical blog posts regarding Couchbase and programming technologies such as Node.js, Java, Golang, Docker, and Ionic Framework.
Create the Node.js, Golang, and Java compliance application to demo the performance and ease of use of Couchbase Server 4.5 and N1QL.
Create Node.js travel application to compliment the sample dataset shipped with Couchbase 4.0.
Present Couchbase and various programming technologies at developer conferences, meetups, and community driven events.
Provide developer support on social media outlets such as Twitter, Stack Overflow, various forum boards, and through email.
Start and host The NoSQL Database Podcast which focuses on NoSQL topics and includes guest speakers from leaders in the industry.
Operate and host the Silicon Valley Couchbase Meetup group.
Develop the Couchbase Connect 2016 keynote demonstration which included technologies such as Couchbase Server, Java, Angular, Docker, and Jenkins.
Create elaborate documentation and tutorials on a self-hosted blog that receives more than 200,000 monthly visits.
Produced programming-oriented video tutorials on a YouTube channel that receives more than 40,000 monthly views and has over 10,000 subscribers.
Maintain a Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP (LAMP) stack for web services on a VPS running Debian Linux.
Start and host The Polyglot Developer Podcast which focuses on mobile, web, and game development.
Provide developer support on social media outlets such as Twitter and Stack Overflow.
Create a continuous integration (CI) and continuous deployment (CD) pipeline with GitLab for the automated building and deployment of websites and services.
Technical lead for campus Salesforce implementation
All duties from previous position as a Programmer / Analyst II at University of California, Merced
Manage all ColdFusion 8 and ColdFusion 9 servers using a Windows server environment with IIS. Management includes performing updates, maintaining SSL certificates, and controlling user permissions.
Update custom Java applications from JDK 1.4 to JDK 1.6 to resolve compatibility issues during Banner server upgrades.
Parse XML data using the dom4j library with Java
Maintain positive client relationships by offering superior levels of support and by exceeding all developmental expectations.
Generate data reports using Oracle and Coldfusion.
Map out efficient methods for creating future student outreach applications to get more applicants for University of California as well as UC Merced by means of developing design documents and managing strong end user relationships.
Practice proper use of version control using Git.
Use PL/SQL to design decision making functions for admitting new students to the university.
Debug Coldfusion, Java and PL/SQL source code.