I am currently working for Medical Decision Logic, Inc. (a.k.a. MDLogix) as Director of Solutions Engineering and Network Services. We primarily focus on the medical domain and particularly clinical research workflow management. I am also attending UGA as a graduate student and pursuing a Masters in Instructional Technology. On the side, I am occasionally building web-sites part-time through my own company, Cybrains, Inc., but this is mostly just for me and friends and family as MDLogix takes up just about all of my time. What spare time I have left, I fill up by cooking, playing piano, weight lifting, trail running, tennis, racquetball, bocce, ping pong, and learning more about the Open Source community upon which Linux, Apache, PostgreSQL, etc. are all based on. Lately, Ruby on Rails has gotten a lot of my attention as far as development frameworks go.
Recent history: Worked at UGA’s College of Veterinary Medicine as an Application Analyst – Principle (a.k.a. DBA, project manager, programmer, website maintainer, ad-hoc report creator, Solaris systems administrator). Mainly, I kept their business application system online and managed the upgrade cycles and security of the systems. This system was written in Oracle Forms/Reports 6i on Oracle 8i DBMS, and hosted on Sun E-4500 and E-450 equipment with Solaris 8 as the operating system.
Not so recent history: Director of Product Development at ThinkWorks, Inc.. I got to bring all my talents to bear as I joined this company after ThinkWorks let their previous Dir. of Prod. Development go. My task? Bring stability and order to the company’s flagship product and get the various features long ago promised to clients implemented…and fast! Well, our mission was accomplished, but unfortunately, not before the economy turned sour and the venture capital dollars we were banking on dissappeared on us.