- Lead development on Mozilla Thunderbird websites and server-side functionality, including primary public-facing pages and internal middleware.
- Wrote most of the original public page back-end for Mozilla Addons, the official, extensively localized addon portal for Firefox.
- Co-founded WoWWiki, one of the most popular World of Warcraft information sites, and provided server support and maintenance as well as some community oversight until its sale to Wikia.
- Databases: MySQL, PostgreSQL, Redis
- Familiar with test-driven development(unit tests, UI tests using Selenium and other methods), MVC frameworks and general SQL and No-SQL database design.
Mozilla Canada - Senior Web Developer on Web Productions
Toronto, ON (Nov 2012 - Oct 2014)
Lead developer on mozillians.org, key developer on mozilla.org and various other webprod projects depending on team priorities. Module owner of ISPDB, Thunderbird broker, mozilla.org/thunderbird, and Thunderbird Support site.
Mozilla Canada - Websites Lead for Thunderbird
Toronto, ON (June 2011 - Nov 2012)
Lead developer on all Thunderbird-related websites: mozillamessaging.com(defunct)/mozilla.org, User Support, and many other web-facing and server side bits such as the Thunderbird-related functionality on AMO, internal server middleware, add-on validator, etc. Localization lead for Thunderbird websites.
Mozilla Messaging - Web Developer
Toronto, ON (May 2010 - June 2011)
Lead developer on all Thunderbird-related websites: mozillamessaging.com(defunct)/mozilla.org, User Support, and many other web-facing and server side bits such as the Thunderbird-related functionality on AMO, internal server middleware, add-on validator, etc.
Toronto, ON (December 2009 - May 2010)
Web developer on the Web-Ops team; responsible for both maintenance of a number of major sites(Canadian Gardening and related sites, The Hockey News, Style At Home, etc) and production of contest sites, sub-channels, and other client-focused projects.
(November 2004 - July 2008)
Co-founder of the site and provided database, php and server support.
Mountain View, CA(employer -- remote work from Windsor, Ontario) (May 2006 - November 2007)
Test-driven development primarily on Mozilla Addons and Mozilla Developer Center.
Fort Walton Beach, FL(employer) (October 2005 - April 2006)
Development work in perl and MySQL on a site replacement for CosmosUI. Remote work.
Indianapolis, IN (December 2002 - February 2003)
Wrote two strategy articles for the official Shadowbane Strategy Guide and provided game mechanic information support to one of the co-authors.
Stamford, CT (Jan 2002 - March 2003)
Performing programming duties in PHP and MySQL on SB Warcry(now defunct) as well as news posting and writing, and public relations duties with publishers and game developers. Remote work.
University of Windsor
Windsor, ON (2002 - 2006)
Two years of Computer Science and three years of Economics.