I am a freelance software engineer
specialising in C#, Entity Framework, Microsoft SQL, NoSQL, IBM Domino and XPages.
Professional administration and programming has been my business since 1992. Among the many applications
that I have programmed, there have been Project planning applications, Document filing applications,
Internet/Intranet sites, Payroll applications and everything in between.
I have been freelance since 2003.
A server service that bi-directionally synchronise documents between IDM and d.3. The document types, fields etc. are defined in a separate table making the server very flexible.
A centralised call system that allows machine operators to place a call to a group of forklift drivers who then signal to the other drivers that they are processing the the call.
This WebService interacts directly with the tables of a d.3 server to expose admin functions that where not allowed by the d.3 WebService e.g. adding d.3 Roles (permissions) or searching regardless of document type.
The time booking system extended the IBM Domino calendar to allow users to enter time information that would later be used to calculate presence hours, billable hours, holidays etc.
Allows the documentation of client interactions (in a social work context). It is possible to document many aspects of client interaction e.g. the case history, medical situation, social situation, home visits and many more. It is also possible to attach any type of document (word, excel etc). The creation of standard forms using OLE with MS Word allows the automatic creation of many forms needed by the local government.
Signature capture is a module that can be added to a client documentation database to allow the client to confirm hours spent to a central controlling system.
The billing system is a module that, in combination with the client documentation and time system allows the automatic creating of invoices.
A tool to compare cluster server members and highlight missing databases, users without a mail database, mail databases without users and an option to synchronise the mail threshold.
After 10 years in the IT department of a 5.000+ employee multinational production company, I ventured into the social sector. As one of the founding members of a social organisation, I built the IT department from the ground up. This included the development of an in-house document management system from scratch.
Using IBM Domino since the early 90ies allowed me to get an low-level insight into NoSQL databases before we even knew that they where NoSQL DBs. I have created many software applications running in Notes/Domino.
I have been exposed to IBM DB2 early on in my career and to Microsoft SQL for the last couple of years, programming and designing data held in the RDMSs.
I feel equally at home in all the current operating systems. I use an OS X Laptop daily, using Windows 10 Virtual Machines for development. Although I do not use a Linux Desktop in my day to day work, I feel just at home using Debian, Ubuntu and Fedora.
I use Debian/Ubuntu and Windows servers for deployment. I have multi-year exposure to VMWare and have been dabbing in docker for the last couple of years.
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