To create tools and paradigms that enable individual people and humanity as a whole to reach a greater potential through the use of technology.
August 2006 – May 2011 Rocky Mountain College Billings, Montana
Earned two Bachelors of Science (Computer Science, Mathematics) in five years. Worked on several software development projects with other students in the CS department, including tools to help computational biology research students perform genome analysis on Rocky’s local computing cluster.
July – August 2009 Humbolt University Berlin, Germany
Studied German Language and Contemporary German Music Culture at Humboldt University Summer Uni.
September 2005 – May 2006 Gymnasium Burgdorf Burgdorf, Switzerland
Youth for Understanding year-long cultural exchange program. Lived with a Swiss host family and studied at a Swiss Gymnasium for a year, while becoming fluent in German.
October 2010 – Present Chief Software Architect Design Delegates, LLC.
Responsible for the entire technology stack at a start-up software development company. Accomplishments include developing several platforms to facilitate web programing, implementing a continuous integration server across several languages and frameworks, and architecting several medium-scale projects with a team of five developers and designers.
September 2007 – October 2010 Software Developer Entre Technology Solutions, LLC.
Managed medium-scale software projects for several Montana companies, including the Stillwater Mining Company, Town Pump of Montana, and Crowley Fleck Law Firm. Developed and implemented a unique solution to e-discovery motions. Continue to support these projects as a consultant.
Designed and implemented a complete entity framework for cross-platform applications. JEFRi is a platform similar to .NET Entity Framework and Hibernate that allows developers to focus on the problem domain, rather than repetitive code modules. http://code.google.com/p/jefri/
jmtt jQuery Minimal, Semantic TreeTable Component
Created a jQuery UI widget to display lists of hierarchical data in a tabular format. The design places an emphasis on the minimal valid HTML while expressing the semantics of a hierarchical display of tabular data. http://code.google.com/p/jmtt/
Crosslight Cross-platform Lighttpd/PHP/SQLite
Created a cross-platform web development toolkit, allowing developers to create and deploy web applications directly to user’s desktops. http://code.google.com/p/crosslight/
July 2010 – Present Volunteer Montana Organizing Project
Worked to mold ideas presented at the MOP Annual Conference into a viable platform and agenda for social justice campaigns in Montana.
September 2009 – Present Delegate at Large Grace UMC Administrative Council
Served as the young-adult delegate on the main advising and decision-making board of Grace United Methodist Church.
August 2010 – December 2010 Technologist RMC SIFE
Implemented and administered a Google Apps collaboration system, allowing for more a more diverse workload among the team.
May, October 2008 MSGC Grant Montana Space Grant Consortium
Received grants from the Montana Space Grant Consortium for pursuing work on Clustered Autonomous Migration Protocol.
October 2005 Eagle Scout Boy Scouts of America
Led a group of Boy Scouts to design, build, and place much-needed signage for Grace United Methodist Church, Billings, MT.
Jeff Lethert Co-owner & CEO, Design Delegates, LLC firstname.lastname@example.org
Mike Keene President & Owner, Entre Technology Services, LLC email@example.com
K. Stuart Smith Professor & Department Chair, Computer Science, Rocky Mountain College firstname.lastname@example.org
Andrew Niemantsverdriet System Administrator, Rocky Mountain College email@example.com
Interests & Activities
Outdoors: Bicycling, Mountaineering, Golfing; Climbing, Rafting, Canoeing, Hiking. Indoors: Dancing (West Coast Swing), Settlers of Catan, Literature (Especially Shakespeare, John Steinbeck, and Charles Dickens). Virtual: Star Trek, Quentin Tarantino, Slashdot, Software Craftsmanship.
There is no greater pleasure than the pleasure of finding things out. – Richard Feynman