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Broad engineering background, Virginia Tech Alum. Attracted to .NET by the sheer power of the framework and elegance of c#. Work includes analytical system to calculate joint torque during balance recovery to recommend physical therapy routines and correct bad biomechanics (preventative medicine). Assimilated force plate and 3D kinematic data for modeling. First and sole developer ever to fully automate corporate housing quotes, which I built into a larger engine that serves the company's entire enterprise.
Experience with applications architecture, DB design and UML 2.0. Experience with a broad range of applied mathematics, FEM software coding, solid and fluid mechanics. Great knowledge of healthcare and physiology with degree in Mechanical/Electrical/Materials Engineering Theory (Engineering Science and Mechanics) and concentration in biomechanics.
Currently expanding my corporate housing business engine by day. By night I am expanding my software engineering design and construction knowledge, staying in touch with the direction of healthcare management systems, and moving music business technology forward. Microsoft is now working on blowing iTunes out of the water, but my business is making an even bigger revolution that is far beyond just music retail. It strikes at the heart of the music industry's issues, and perhaps we will consider partnering with Microsoft to feed their music retail goals while they feed our music licensing, publishing, and digital decentralization of distribution.
I am the Enterprise Architect at my company and maintain a small but powerful and effective team. I have personally customized CxOne from construx (www.construx.com) for this team. Long live Steve McConnell.