Management Engineer at IN MOTION - GIT
diciembre de 2010 - Actualidad (4 años 4 meses)
1. Maintaining a productive working environment for development teams.
2. Comunicate the technology perspective on a management or board level Business
3. Establishes and/or co-ordinates programmes of work (delivered through development).
4. Responsible for overall IT headcount.
Technical Lead at EASE Global Insurance Technology (SSII)
enero de 2004 - diciembre de 2010 (7 años)
1. Provided technical management to a medium-sized team (6-8 people), including project planning and tracking until project’s completion.
2. Delivering the proper and standard development methodology to
work through VPN network in order to operate successfully the source code databases located in Caracas- Venezuela (part of the development team was in Lima - Peru).
3. Handling multiple streams of code in order to asset different requirements.
4. Ensure standards in the whole development process to allow the
proper deployment of the application.
5. Database modeling with ERWIN (more than 700 tables). In charge
of mnemonics, domains, types, tables etc.
6. Training to client’s developers on Microsoft tools and best
7. Provided technical support as Microsoft specialist to the customer’s development team.
8. In charge of delivering new releases into production environment every week through in-house tools.
Sr Software Developer at EASE Global Insurance Technology (SSII)
enero de 2001 - diciembre de 2003 (3 años)
1. Worked on the life cycle development process of VisualTIME, a BackOffice system for Insurance Companies.
2. Developing of new requirements and bug fixing on business modules like Administration Policies, Claims and Product Designer in VisualTIME.
3. Extensive use of the Windows 32 SDK, including the development of OCX controls and ActiveX component (i.e. ActiveX to encapsulated the
system’s database connectivity and allowed the application portability to different databases Oracle, SQL Server, DB2).
4. Migration and tuning the application data tier (3500 stored procedures) from SQL Server
7.0 to Oracle 8.i.