Vickery, Systems Architect
Enterprise Java Framework for Rapid Application Development
Architect for the Airlift for Java RAD framework.
Utilized Object Oriented Analysis and Design practices,
Universal Modeling Language, and visual tools such as MagicDraw UML, to architect a
development framework which is both broad in industry applicability, and highly
efficient, reusable and robust in its design. Applied Best Practices and proven Design
Patterns to the architecture, implementation and testing phases of the Airlift project.
Airlift Group, Birmingham, AL, Nashville, TN
Eric Vickery, Architect
Spring 2001 to present
E-Commerce Internet Transport Software
Java2 Enterprise Edition/EJB/XML/Oracle/SQL Server/Windows NT/2000/C++/MFC/DCOM
Development Manager/Architect for Internet E-Commerce and transport applications. The main InsideAgent application provides B2B E-Commerce transport capabilities to large corporations. Functionality includes web based administration using a variety of technologies including ASP, HTML, CGI, and others. It also includes Internet data transport based on the GISB, EDIINT-AS2, ebXML, FTP, and SMTP standards. For backend integration there is a Java based application that lets clients easily connect backend systems with the InsideAgent server. Designed and helped code a workflow system for a large hospital that included a graphical process builder, web based front end, roles based security, database driven highly scalable workflow rules engine, and extensible workstation objects. Currently working on some new 100% Java designs utilized Object Oriented Analysis and Design practices, UML, and the XP interative process. Manage the day to day and strategic operations of the development department.
8760, Inc., Birmingham, AL, Atlanta, GA, Boston, MA
John WIlliams, CEO
Summer 1997 to Present
Chief Architect - Client Side Services
Co-designed and assisted in the development of a project to migrate
an existing client server business application to a 3-tier application
using Intranet and Distributed Object technologies. Worked with
various Java 1.0.2 development tools, Visigenicís VisiBroker for
Java, WebLogic T3, JDBC, RMI, etc.
Mark Kajdos, Chief Scientist
Winter 1997 - Summer 1997
Radio Rating Software
Designed and developed applications for automating radio stations.
These included an application to schedule the music radios stations
play and an application for creating and managing call-out and auditorium
research. Created licensing utility to protect all of TAPSCAN's
applications. Utilized C++, MFC, SQL, Win32 API, Win32 Multimedia
TAPSCAN, Inc. Birmingham, AL
Brad Regiel, Director of Radio Programming
Spring 1995 - Winter 1997
Director of Development and Tech Support
Assisted in the design and development of award winning retail multimedia control software for the Windows environment. This included MCS Stereo, a component rack system that looked like a stereo and was bundled with most major sound cards. A sound editing Application that included QSound a 3D audio technology and others. Utilizing C, C++, Assembler, Windows SDK, And Borland's compilers. Implemented a bug tracking system for tech support. Managed the development and tech support departments.
Animotion Development Corp., Birmingham,
Tom Baggett, President
Spring 1992 - Spring 1995
Extensive customization of the accounting system built in FoxPro on UNIX. Added automatic PO generation and automated many other tasks. Enhanced the multiuser capability, increased performance
Custom Supply, Birmingham,
BJ Purcell, Owner
Summer 1989 - Spring 1992
Associates Degree, Electronics, Bessemer State Technical College
Majored in Computer Science, University of Alabama Birmingham
Flying, Woodworking, Inline skating, Electronics, Home Automation.