Tachyon Labs | June 2009 - Present
Worth Data | June 1987 - June 2009
Designed, programmed, tested, documented, localized, deployed, supported end-user mostly-Windows applications for barcode hardware and software company. Visual Basic, VBA, Delphi, Pascal, Assembly Language. User interface, testing, and help files as a member of a team developing a suite of barcode-based inventory and asset-tracking applications.
Legacy Computer Systems | May 1983 - July 1987
Computer repair/setup/upgrades and programming (BASIC, dBASE II), tech writing and illustration, customer training and tech support, for a combination computer store and computer add-on-boards manufacturer.
Android Developer Nanodegree, Nanodegree Graduate | May 2018 - October 2018
A special six-month Udacity/Google Android Developer Nanodegree program for the top 10% of students from the "Grow with Google" Intermediate Android Developer challenge course, "designed to transform those with intermediate skills and a working knowledge of Java development best practices into specialists with the Android platform". See https://www.udacity.com/course/android-developer-nanodegree-by-google--nd801 for info on the Android Developer Nanodegree program in general (the Grow with Google version also has some extras). I was also selected as a Student Leader for the program, helping other students every day with their Android projects and questions, and a Student Guide/Mentor, doing private one-on-one mentoring sessions with other students looking for guidance with their Android projects.
Android for Engineers Bootcamp, Completed | February 2016 - April 2016
From http://codepath.com/androidbootcamp - "The 8-week Android evening bootcamp provides accelerated training in app development for experienced engineers. The course was designed to cover all the major topics required to build Android apps according to current industry best practices [...]" I spent the first four weeks doing an app a week (see github.com/tachyonlabs?tab=repositories&q=codepath+bootcamp ), and the second four on my team’s group-project app (see https://github.com/jktdeals/Deals ).