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Dr. David Embley, Department of Computer Science, Brigham Young University
Research Assistant, Object-Oriented Systems Modeling Lab, Fall 1995 to present
Developed, working by myself, a large Windows application (Allegro, 20 thousand lines of code) written in Visual C++ using MFC 4.21. Allegro is a visual modeling tool used to design application models for object-oriented systems.
As part of my thesis, designed a tool that will take an Allegro application model and create an optimized database design.
Developed and implemented four case studies comprising four chapters of Dr. Embleys 1997 book: "Object Database Development: Concepts and Principles" published by Addison Wesley. The case studies illustrate object-oriented analysis, specification, design, and implementation using Objectstor for Java, O2, UniSQL, and ODE.
U.S. Department of Education, Sigma Systems
Consultant, January 1995 to Present
Worked as a consultant on PACTS technologies.
Created 32-bit Windows 95 and Windows NT version of PACTS.
BYU PACTS Development
Software Engineer and Program Manager, January 1992 to Present
Developed, working by myself, a large Microsoft Windows application (PACTS, 60 thousand lines of code) written predominantly in Visual Basic with DLLs developed in Visual C++. PACTS automates a training and certification program.
Conceptualized, designed functionality and interface, specified, coded, documented, tested, and shipped the product over a three year period. Wrote a 300 page manual and extensive Windows help system.
PACTS has achieved national recognition and has been licensed to the U.S. Department of Education, several large corporations, universities, and resellers.
Developed a server-side program called World Wide PACTS that allows a company to make PACTS training manuals and certification tests available on an internet site. This has generated interest in using PACTS to create distance learning systems.
Brigham Young University
Completing a masters in Computer Science, Graduation Date: December 1997.
Current GPA: 3.97.
B.S. in Computer Science, April 1996.
Minors completed in Chemistry and English. Also completed BYUs pre-medicine program.
Recipient of BYUs Presidential Scholarship, the highest scholarship awarded at BYU. This scholarship is awarded to only 12 men and 12 women each year.
Proficient with C++, MFC, Java, Visual Basic, Object-Oriented modeling (analysis, specification, and design), Object-Oriented and Relational database design and theory. Fluent in Spanish.
Dr. David Embley, Professor of Computer Science, Brigham Young
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