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|EXPERIENCE||Modo Labs, Inc.||Cambridge, MA|
|December 2014 – Present; Lead Architect, Scrum Master
Assumed additional technical responsibility in the role of lead architect for the Kurogo product team. Mentored and provided architecture and design guidance to fellow developers. Continued roles as developer and Scrum Master for the Kurogo 2.3 and 2.4 major releases.
|January 2013 – November 2014; Scrum Master, Senior Developer
Helped lead, design and develop the Kurogo 2 project from initial architecture proposals through the 2.0.0 release. Managed the Kurogo 2 project using agile methodologies in the role of Scrum Master. Ported complex user interfaces from Kurogo 1.8 to Kurogo 2, including modules for shuttle tracking, learning management systems and library catalogs. Documented the Kurogo 2 view and controller classes and worked on the overall structure of the developer documentation. Continued to facilitate an agile development process through the Kurogo 2.1 and 2.2 major releases. Assisted the Client services team in writing custom modules for customers.
|August 2010 – December 2012; Senior Developer
|MIT Information Services & Technology||Cambridge, MA|
|January 2009 – July 2010; User Experience Engineer
|June 1997 – December 2008; Analyst Programmer
Participated in the design and development of Kerberos for Macintosh (KfM) for Mac OS 8, 9 and Mac OS X in C and C++. Worked with Apple, Inc. to include KfM in Mac OS X Puma (10.1) through Mac OS X Snow Leopard (10.6). Release engineer and lead developer for KfM 4.5 (Jaguar) through 6.5 (Snow Leopard). Designed and implemented a cross-platform Kerberos Identity Management API (KIMAPI). Designed and implemented Cocoa user interfaces for ticket acquisition (KerberosAgent) and ticket management (Kerberos.app). Assisted in the design of several Kerberos APIs including the Kerberos Login Library (KLL) and Credentials Cache API (CCAPI). Created SocketsLib, a lightweight BSD sockets shared library based on the Open Transport networking API.
|EDUCATION||Massachusetts Institute of Technology||Cambridge, MA|
|1992 – 1997. Received a Masters of Engineering and a Bachelors of Science in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science in June 1997. GPA 4.7/5.0.|
|HONORS||Winner of the MacHax Group's Best Hack Contest in 2000 for "DockStrip" and 1998 for "AsciiMac" with Miro Jurisic. Awarded the David A. Chanen Writing Award for "A Problem Encountered with Partial URLs in the World Wide Web".|
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