I’m a management executive and software developer with more than nineteen years of experience building technology products at startups and at some of Canada’s oldest and largest corporations. I offer outstanding programming expertise and a history of forming strong team partnerships.
I'm currently the Vice-President of Technology for the Canadian Football League, based out of CFL HQ in Toronto, Canada.
Before that, I was the Manager of Web Development for Rogers Media in Toronto, Canada, and led / was a member of multiple small and medium-size software development teams for development shops based in Toronto and in decentralized, remote work teams.
My professional experience in software development began with Perl/PHP, Apache and MySQL in 2001 as a contractor to a privately held marketing firm.
After graduation in 2005 I began to work in ever-larger corporations, adding Java, Python, the .NET languages (VB.NET, C#) and Ruby on Rails in the years that followed.
While I hold expert-level qualifications in each of the languages mentioned, my career path is that of a generalist; I endeavour to be able to step into any development team and make immediate contributions.