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Languages – ordered by strength
  • C#
  • T-SQL
  • VB.NET
  • PHP
  • PL/SQL
  • C
  • C++
Database Experience – ordered by length of exposure
  • Oracle
  • Microsoft SQL Server
  • MySQL
  • PostgreSQL
  • Microsoft Access
  • Borland Interbase
Projects I have worked or still am working – ordered by size and complexity
  • VinCENT – Lead developer on an agency management solution for the Home Health industry. The system is built on ASP.NET, making extremely heavy use of AJAX and JSON. This system is new, but is one of three accepted solutions for the Texas State Medicaid EVV mandate and we are currently in the process of deploying state-wide in Texas. The solution is hosted in the cloud, with scale-able servers and database infrastructure. The system is not just the web interface, but also includes an EVV (Electronic Visit Verification) component, which is an IVR (Interactive Voice Response)  system which lets staff call in and clock in/out for their scheduled appointments. In addition to being the primary developer and steering the development course and standards, I am also an executive of the company, acting as the Chief Technology Officer I oversee the entire IT needs of the company.
  • Santrax Agency Management – Prior lead developer on the new version of nHome (see below). This system is built on ASP.NET utilizing Windows Communication Foundation as the service framework. It is web based (obviously) and is currently deployed state-wide in Tennessee and also deployed in Miami-Dade County in Florida to help combat Medicaid fraud and abuse and is being integrated into the entire Sandata suite of Home Health products.
  • OIS – Developer on the retail portion of the Navy’s ammunition inventory system. Utilized Oracle and Oracle Forms/Reports to develop a n-tier architecture for an application to provide the U.S. Navy with a web-based system for tracking inventory on a per-installation level.
  • OSE – Developer on the wholesale portion of the Navy’s ammunition inventory system; a replacement for CAIMS (Conventional Ammunition Inventory Management System). Utilized Oracle and Oracle Forms/Reports to develop a n-tier architectured system to provide the U.S. Navy with a web-based system for tracking inventory across the entire fleet.
  • nHome – Developer on a .NET based application utilizing Microsoft SQL Server for the back end database. nHome is an application for managing home health care agencies and is Windows Desktop based.
  • Postnuke – an open source CMS system I founded with three other guys: John Cox, Greg Allan (RIP) and Harry Zink. This was a fork of the immensely popular PHP-Nuke project which we felt was not heading in the direction we would like it to go. I originally wore the hat of source code maintainer, approving and maintaining patches provided by community developers as well as tackling coding tasks doled out by program manager John Cox. Eventually I removed myself from the project due to paying work taking over and the internal politics of the project. In all official references, my name is always mispelled as Sean Finkle – which is a very common error.
Miscellaneous Notes
  • I own and operate a small web hosting company: Protollix, LLC
  • I am an avid gamer and was once the founder and guild leader of a World of Warcraft guild, Reckless Ascension
  • I have over seventeen years experience with Adobe Photoshop
  • I have almost twenty years experience with the Linux operating system, eleven of those are in a system administrator capacity for Protollix, LLC
  • I am completely self taught
  • As my first foray into PHP back around 1999 or 2000, I wrote a database abstraction library: DataLib

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