Cole Campbell's Work Experience
April 2016 to March 2017
October 2014 to December 2015
Senior Software Engineer
July 2012 to December 2013
Lead Engine Developer
January 2012 to July 2012
June 2011 to December 2011
July 2010 to January 2011
2009 to 2010
January 2005 to December 2009
Peachtree City, GA
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During my time as a freelancer, I developed websites for several small businesses in the greater Atlanta area. Most of these were developed using PHP and MySQL, but I later switched to using C#, ASP.NET, and SQL Server where it was appropriate to do so. These applications tended to be relatively simple storefronts and catalogs, using basic... During my time as a freelancer, I developed websites for several small businesses in the greater Atlanta area. Most of these were developed using PHP and MySQL, but I later switched to using C#, ASP.NET, and SQL Server where it was appropriate to do so. These applications tended to be relatively simple storefronts and catalogs, using basic CRUD operations against a database to store and retrieve inventory data.
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About Cole Campbell
Developer @ Insightpool From April 2016 to March 2017 (1 year) Buckhead, GATechnical Lead @ HotSchedules From October 2014 to December 2015 I served as the technical lead for my development team at HotSchedules (formerly Red Book Connect). In addition to my previous work as a senior developer, it was my responsibility to help improve and maintain the technical quality of the code produced by my entire team, as well as to take a primary role in the design and architecture of the features we were asked to implement. From October 2014 to December 2015 (1 year 3 months) Alpharetta, GASenior Software Engineer @ MacromatiX My first job at MacromatiX was as a developer on the team responsible for delivering new functionality and production support to Chick-fil-a, one of the company's major clients. I subsequently moved into research & development, where I made important contributions to the design and development of our mobile reporting dashboard and forecasting modules.Projects were a mix of VB.NET and C#, making use of nHibernate, ASP.NET MVC 4, and ASP.NET Web Forms. From July 2012 to December 2013 (1 year 6 months) Duluth, GALead Engine Developer @ Zerowhale LLC At Zerowhale I was responsible for designing and developing the core engine systems for Zerowhale’s games (working primarily in C# using Microsoft’s XNA Framework), as well as helping other developers integrate their own tools and code modules with these systems. Due to the particular difficulties of making XNA perform well on a wide variety of hardware, this job required extensive knowledge of the peculiarities of the C# language and the .NET CLR. Specific duties during this time included the development of: a powerful 2D renderer (built in XNA/Direct3D); a fully-featured GUI that could sit on top of that renderer; fast and reliable TCP/IP networking code (built using Windows Sockets); and an extensive XML-driven system for managing game content. From January 2012 to July 2012 (7 months) Levittown, PASoftware Developer @ TMX Finance At TitleMax, I was a member of the production support team for Atlas, the software which was responsible for tracking the company's outstanding title loans. As production support, we were responsible for helping our users (operators in TitleMax's stores) resolve any issues that were beyond the expertise of our first tier of tech support staff. It was also our job to develop regular maintenance releases of the software in order to fix high-priority bugs. From June 2011 to December 2011 (7 months) Alpharetta, GASoftware Developer @ Yye Software At Yye (before you ask, it's pronounced "why-why-ee"), I was responsible for independently developing both websites and desktop software for our clients, who operated in a number of different industries, including print media and education. Web development was done using the standard Microsoft .NET/SQL stack, and desktop development was primarily done using the Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF).I was the primary developer for several projects, including:Unisource MyToolbox: An online repository of marketing tools and information for use by a commercial printing and business imaging company. Front end was developed using ASP.NET/C#. Backing data storage provided by Microsoft SQL Server 2005. From July 2010 to January 2011 (7 months) Kennesaw, GASoftware Developer @ Cosairus LLC At Cosairus, I developed .NET software for clients primarily in C# and Microsoft SQL. I was the primary developer for several projects, including:Shadow Tracking System: Developed a Silverlight-based interface for managing the back-end databases and configuring the modular components of an inventory tracking system. Wrote core architecture for developing and dynamically loading system plugins.PaymentsMD Dashboard: Developed a Silverlight-based dashboard for displaying various business reports for a client in the medical insurance industry. Pexco Web Portal: Developed an website using ASP.NET and jQuery for a client in the manufacturing industry used to provide access to destinations on the corporate intranet, manage manufacturing facility capabilities, and calculate business statistics. From 2009 to 2010 (1 year) Buckhead, GAWeb Developer @ N/A (freelance) During my time as a freelancer, I developed websites for several small businesses in the greater Atlanta area. Most of these were developed using PHP and MySQL, but I later switched to using C#, ASP.NET, and SQL Server where it was appropriate to do so. These applications tended to be relatively simple storefronts and catalogs, using basic CRUD operations against a database to store and retrieve inventory data. From January 2005 to December 2009 (5 years) Peachtree City, GA
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Ranked #318 out of 6,355 for Web Developer in Georgia
Introversion (I), Sensing (S), Thinking (T), Perceiving (P)
1 year(s), 5 month(s)
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