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Objective I wish to work in the following areas:

Geospatial and GIS software development
Web development (PHP, JavaScript, jQuery, etc)
OpenLayers, GeoServer, and MapServer development
Data Interoperability and file format conversion
Mobile web development (jqTouch, etc)

Education 2005-2007
Master of Science Idaho State University
Geographic Information Science - Emphasis in GIS software development, file formats, and standards compliance.

Bachelor of Science Utah State University
Computer Science - Emphasis in information systems programming and design.

Publications & Writing April 2012
(PDF Download) (http://www.strategiccode.com/linkedcontent/JGIS20120200011_56047715.pdf)
Considerations for Implementing OGC WMS and WFS Specifications in a Desktop GIS Journal of GIS, Vol. 2012.4

August 30, 2011
(External Link) (http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/opensource/library/os-autocad/index.html)
Using AutoCAD file formats with open source libraries IBM developerWorks

May 17, 2011
(External Link) (http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/library/wa-jquerywebapps/)
Build better web applications with jQuery UI and jQuery plug-ins IBM developerWorks

February 15, 2011
(External Link) (http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/library/os-openlayers/)
Bringing data together with OpenLayers IBM developerWorks

February 1, 2011
(External Link) (http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/opensource/library/os-gdal/index.html)
Using geospatial data in applications on Linux with GDAL IBM developerWorks

March 25, 2009
(External Link) (http://www.westhost.com/blog/2009/03/25/simple-and-clean-menus-with-jquery/)
Simple and Clean Menus with jQuery WestHost, Inc. Blog

March 3, 2009
(External Link) (http://www.westhost.com/blog/2009/03/03/more-jquery-blockui-plug-in/)
More jQuery: BlockUI Plug-in WestHost, Inc. Blog

March 25, 2009
(External Link) (http://www.westhost.com/blog/2009/01/13/dynamic-websites-with-jquery-and-extjs/)
Dynamic Websites with jQuery and extJS WestHost, Inc. Blog

September 2007
(PDF Download) (http://www.strategiccode.com/linkedcontent/Ames-Michaelis-Dunsford--IntroducingMapWindow.pdf)
Introducing the MapWindow GIS Project OSGeo Journal, Vol. 2

May 2007
(PDF Download) (http://www.strategiccode.com/linkedcontent/ChristopherMichaelis-MastersThesis.pdf)
Application of Open Geospatial Consortium Specifications to Client-Side Geographic Information Systems Master's Thesis, Idaho State University

May 2007
(PDF Download) (http://www.strategiccode.com/linkedcontent/OSGeo_vol1_OGC.pdf)
Evaluation of the OGC Web Processing Service for Use in a Client-Side GIS OSGeo Journal, Vol. 1

Experience March 2008 - March 2011
Director of Development Hosting Systems, Inc. / UK2 Group
I drove the development, administration and operations of high-availability web hosting services using Linux. I managed a small team, where we used dozens of technologies and languages including BASH, Perl, PHP, jQuery, MySQL, PostgreSQL, Sendmail, Apache, C and C++, cPanel, Sphera, and Xen, among others. We created public services for web hosting and domain management, as well as dozens of in-house tools assisting with support, technical administration, finance and business administration.

http://pnu-club.com/imported/2013/03/37.png Employee of the Month - February 2009
http://pnu-club.com/imported/2013/03/37.png Employee Spotlight - April 2009
http://pnu-club.com/imported/2013/03/37.png Employee of the Year - 2009

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July 2007 - March 2008 Assistant Director of Information Technology Services Pioneer Newspapers
I provided guidance for IT infrastructure, as well as daily operations including monitoring, optimizing and maintaining Linux, Mac OS X and Windows servers. This included developing monitoring systems to strive for a 24/7 uptime of all critical services, and developing high-performance PHP and Perl web applications for client and staff use.

http://pnu-club.com/imported/2013/03/37.png Employee of the Month - October 2007

April 2005 - July 2007
Senior Software Engineer Idaho State University - Spatial Software Laboratory
I lead the development of a world-renowned desktop GIS application, MapWindow GIS, which I had worked on previously while employed by Utah State University. I made extensive use of Microsoft's Visual Studio, including C++, C# and VB.Net. This included a focus mainly on geospatial software and geospatial algorithms. I also maintained several web sites using PHP and ASP.Net, and performed Windows programming and Linux system administration.

February 2005 - June 2005
Technical Support Representative WestHost, Inc.
I provided a great variety of technical support and system administration services to thousands of clients, working with Linux and Windows. Working inside of a proprietary VPS environment with "root-like" access, this included typical administration operations for maintaining a LAMP ecosystem.

September 2002 - July 2005
Windows Programmer Utah State University - Environmental Management Group
I created enterprise data analysis tools for water-related modeling and prediction, and I created high-performance database management tools. I used a variety of languages including C#, VB.NET, C++ and T-SQL, and served in a lead programming role in a variety of projects.

April 1996 - April 2002
Windows Programmer, System Administrator, Partner Pretium Corporation
My father and I started Pretium Corporation to build Windows-based information management systems for coroners and medical examiners. Primary technologies used include Microsoft Visual Studio 6, SQL Server, Seagate Crystal Reports and InstallShield Professional. In addition to software development, I maintained company hardware, including all software and hardware support and Windows Server administration, and participated heavily in daily business operations of the company.

June 1994 - November 1995
Quality Assurance Tester Spillman Data Systems (now Spillman Technologies)
I tested software products for bugs and malfunctions, as well as for general usability and function. Software products ran on SCO Unix System V. I attended and passed a Unix Fundamentals training course, and assisted with setup of Wyse and VT220 dumb terminal banks for user conferences.