Chris Jones
Lead Application Web Developer
  • United States
Member Since: 2008/06/04
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Professional Background
Lead Application Web Developer
CAG Professionals
December 2013 – Present
Responsible for developing and maintaining widget-style virtual agent UIs on a variety of corporate websites.
1. Work with experienced international project teams to move from the specification/mockup phase to a polished finished product, executing on time while communicating effectively.
2. Keep the project or services teams informed as the status of your work and areas that might impact others or the project.
3. Provide creative ideas to the project teams on how to create the best user experience.
4. Participate in project and service planning activities.
5. Participate in status meetings; provide status updates on progress and issues.
6. Monitor project completion milestones.
7. Develop Standards and procedures
8. SharePoint architect
9. Move Team into a ITIL Structured environment
10. Disaster recovery development and implementation
11.SCRUM/AGILE application development migration from waterfall to AGILE.
12. Mobile Application development Apple/Android/Microsoft
13. Database Audit and application security
14. Product marketing
15.Vendor Relationship management
Adjunct Professor
Texas A&M University-Commerce
November 2009 – Present
1. Prepare for class starts by organizing student material and texts to be distributed.
2. Prepare lesson/unit plans and submit to the Academic Dean.
3. Organize and present subject matter in a meaningful way to students.
4. Develop course material and evaluation tools as needed, with approval of the Academic Dean. 5. Instruct classes as assigned.
6. Evaluate student progress.
7. Advise students at mid-term and term end with documentation.
8. Evaluate students on professionalism (appearance/dress code, attitude, cooperation)
9. Maintain student records, grades, and attendance.
Lead web Application Developer
Texas A&M University-Commerce
May 2012 – December 2013
Responsible for developing and maintaining widget-style virtual agent UIs on a variety of corporate websites.
1. Work with experienced international project teams to move from the specification/mockup phase to a polished finished product, executing on time while communicating effectively.
2.  Keep the project or services teams informed as the status of your work and areas that might impact others or the project.
3.  Provide creative ideas to the project teams on how to create the best user experience.
4.  Participate in project and service planning activities.
5.  Participate in status meetings; provide status updates on progress and issues.
6. Monitor project completion milestones.
7.  Develop Standards and procedures
8.  SharePoint architect
9.  Move Team into a ITIL Structured environment
Web Application Developer
Texas A&M University-Commerce
September 2008 – July 2012
1. Consults with users to define application requirements, identifies programming and output needs, and verifies preliminary design and output.
2. Recommends technical and procedural design for new or revised applications including flow charts, system specifications, programming guidelines and code review.
3.Reviews, modifies and/or writes program code and/or job control language as needed, writes documentation of system procedures and guidelines for application users, as well as programs and program modifications.
4. Answers questions and provides technical assistance and/or training to applications users, resolves problems by reviewing and analysing software documentation and production outputs to identify causes, solutions, and/or make referrals.
Sub Contractor
oDesk
2012 – 2011
develop applications for clients within the .NET freamework
Datacenter Operations
Texas A&M University-Commerce
May 2004 – May 2008
1. Server start up and shutdown, maintaining operating system patches and optimizing performance, hardware/software setup, maintenance and upgrades.
2. Backup and recovery actions of operating system as well as application and user data.
Interact with and support System Administrators.
Network Assistant
Texas State Technical College
May 2003 – August 2005
Install and maintain LAN/WAN hardware and software technologies. Configures and install routers and switches in accordance with company standards. Works in conjunction with Network Engineers to support companywide communication needs. Troubleshoots network usage and peripheral issues, supports help desk analysts, resolves connectivity issues, and maintains data and telecommunication connections.
Requires expertise with varied products such as Cisco and Nortel, and hardware firewall solutions. Significant experience with Protocols and pipeline management a must.
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Education
Texas A&M Commerce
Phd
Education Administration
2011 – 2013
Texas A&M Commerce
MS
Computer sci
2009 – 2011
Texas A&M Commerce
BS
Computer info Sec
2005 – 2008
Texas State Technical College-Marshall
Software eng
Software eng
2002 – 2004
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Full Biography

Dynamic leader with expertise in all facets of the IT Industry, such as networking, programming, management and finances. Skilled in collaborating with all members of the organization to achieve business and IT objectives. Well known for time management skills. Instrumental in streamlining and improving processes, enhancing productivity, and implementing technology solutions. Highly accomplished in analyzing strategic audit techniques to save money.


My Following Skills are

Leadership, Creative Thinker, Strategic Planning/Analysis, Database Administration, Policy & Procedure Development, Project Management, Web Development, Product Marketing, Mentor, System Integration & Development, Vendor Relationship, Server Administration, Technical Assistance, Information Security Management, Technical Documentation
Platforms: UNIX, Linux; Mac OS; Windows 7/Vista/XP/NT/2000/9x, Server 2013/2008/2003, IIS 6/7/8, SQL Server 2012/2008

Tools: Visual Studio .NET 2010/2008/2005/2003; SQL Server 2008/2005/2000 Oracle; ASP.NET MVC 3/4; Entity Framework 4/5; .NET Framework 4.5,4.0/3.5/2.0/1.1; Crystal Reports; Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Project, Visio 2010, Expression, Office Suite, Team Foundation Server 2013/2010
 
Programming: C, C++, C# .NET, Java, JavaScript, jQuery, jQuery-AJAX, Visual Basic .NET, HTML5, XHTML, XML, CSS3, T-SQL, Entity Framework 4.0, Oracle PL/SQL
 
Methodologies: Agile, SCRUM, Domain-driven Development (DDD), Test-driven Development (TDD). Standards-driven Development (SDD); Design Patterns: Model View Controller (MVC)

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Languages
English
Native or Bilingual Proficiency

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