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I'm a Java developer with exposure to several other languages and platforms including .Net, Ruby/Rails, and Flex.

I've worked on a variety of types of projects ranging from short term individual work to very large scale, multi-phase projects using multiple large development teams.

I've developed both back end message processing systems as well as end user facing webapps.

I most enjoy working on smaller teams with other talented developers in an environment where we are responsible for the entire application stack end to end.

I'm lucky enough to have a great job that I enjoy leading a product development team at a small company in Dallas, but I'm always interested in hearing about other opportunities. Feel free to take a look at my CV on Stack Overflow Careers.


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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Scholar
Jul
13
accepted How difficult is it to rebuild a transmission?
Jul
13
awarded  Student
Jul
13
asked How difficult is it to rebuild a transmission?
Jul
13
comment How do I know when I should shift gear only by seeing the speedometer and tachometer?
FYI your question is probably not appropriate for this site as it doesn't really have to do with maintenance or repair but rather operation. I went ahead and answered anyway, but you should find a different forum to ask these kinds of questions in the future. Check out the FAQ for more info.
Jul
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answered How do I know when I should shift gear only by seeing the speedometer and tachometer?
Mar
7
awarded  Yearling
Jul
27
answered What is the best way to detail your car inside?
Mar
17
answered How to get a motor to Top Dead Center
Mar
16
comment Can cold weather cause TPMS sensors to malfunction?
Did you test the tire pressure right after you got home or did you let the tires cool completely? If the tires weren't as cold as they were when you started your trip you're probably getting a higher reading than the car did via the internal sensors. That is to say the pressure could legitimately be low due to the cold.
Mar
16
answered Can cold weather cause TPMS sensors to malfunction?
Mar
7
awarded  Teacher
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awarded  Precognitive
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comment Scratches - both light and deep
A quick word of warning, wet sanding takes off a lot of material very quickly. You can only remove about 0.3 mils of clear coat safely before you risk permanently compromising your finish. Go slowly and don't sand any more than you have to.
Mar
7
answered Preventing visor from fogging
Mar
7
awarded  Organizer
Mar
7
revised How to remove a small dent in the front door of the car?
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awarded  Autobiographer