Experience | ASP
| Cold Fusion | JSP | DHTML
- Over 4 years experience developing web sites incorporating HTML and
- Over 2 years combine experience developing dynamic web sites incorporating
databases with several languages such as ASP, Cold Fusion, and JSP.
- Over 2 years experience developing databases for web sites, using
MS Access and MS SQL Server.
- Experience with DHTML, including differences between browsers and
versions, such as NS4, NS6, and IE.
|Hex2Bit is the site I use to show off my software. Hex2Bit uses
ASP to connect to a MS Access database, used to track downloads, page
counters, support message boards, and keep track of user review scores.
|This is a mockup website I created for Cannon Bluffs. This site
is mostly design, not really much use of ASP. This is the complete
mockup, except I've left off all of the photos as there are a lot
of images to maintain and they are not necessary to demonstrate the
design aspects of the site.
Update: Cannon Bluffs in now using this
design for their site, you can check it out at: http://www.cannonbluffs.com/
|While working at Mayo, one of my major tasks was to develop and
maintain the website for the HBA section of MICS. This task required
me to learn Cold Fusion, design a useful website, provide support,
and create tools that would be used by the section. Through this I
learned Cold Fusion while on the job, plus I received formal education
on Cold Fusion.
Web tools for our section required us to develop databases to support
the tools as well as some internal Java tools to perform remote tasks.
The main database used was Microsoft SQL Server.
|My current interest and development is in JSP. At the moment a small
group including myself are developing a commercial website in JSP.
This website includes a very large database we developed, many tools
used to manage the database, and performance demands due to the nature
of the site. We chose to develop in Java technology because of the
flexibility and performance offered for the price.
|This is an example of my DHTML skills. This demo demonstrates a
GUI style interface to a web site. It supports "icons",
and a "window" to hold the page content. The icons can be
dragged around and follow links when clicked. The window can be maximized,
be in normal size, or be minimized. When the window is not maximized,
with will be sized and positioned to not block any of the icons. This
example also supports cookies so the state is saved. This has been
tested on NS4, NS6, and IE 5, and it wasn't easy getting it to work
with all of them.