I design apps that solve complex business problems with rich user interfaces. I’ve an accomplished SharePoint architect (I speak at conferences!), an aspiring designer and a perpetual student.
I’m an active member of the OfficeDev PnP community on Yammer, and I try to give back to the community that helps me so much by regularly speaking at SharePoint conferences in the Chicagoland area.
I spent two years building SharePoint and BizTalk applications at DuPage Medical Group in Downers Grove, IL. Now I’m a software architect at PSC Group, where I’ve worked since 2011.
Technologies, Apps, Languages, Frameworks, etc.
If you see it below, I’ve either written apps with it, rolled it out for a client, or I’m writing an app with it right now:
- Office 365
- SharePoint add-ins
- Office add-ins
- Office Groups + Planner
- OfficeDev Patterns and Practices framework
- SharePoint add-ins
- Web jobs
- Web applications
- Services bus
- Event hub
- SharePoint on-premise
- 2016, 2013, 2010, 2007, WSS 3
- Farm solutions
- On-premise + Office 365
- HTML 5 + CSS
- Web forms
- Custom maps
What I’m working on now
We’ll see how well I do at keeping this updated…
- Building a mobile app for accessing SharePoint documents, built on Angular.js and using Google Material UI (using Proto.IO to prototype)
- Preparing to speak at InspireX, the inaugural Nintex conference in Las Vegas
- Evaluating Office Fabric UI and its place in the world of Angular apps and Office add-ins
- Building a sweet “data dashboards and analytics” app on Azure and PowerBI
I received my undergraduate B.A. from Augustana College in Rock Island, IL, where I majored in MIS and minored in computer science and Spanish. I love Chicago sports (especially the Cubs), Legos, building computers and DIY house
catastrophes projects. I also am an avid lurker at (and occasional contributor to) the OSx86 project over at InsanelyMac.com.
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