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A technically proficient and highly resourceful senior programming analyst with extensive background in software design, business intelligence reporting, point of sale systems, data application services, technical project management, and data pipeline development. Proven aptitude in offering superior client service and strengthening vendor relationships through continuous performance improvement and streamlining of processes. A results-driven producer who utilizes strong communication and analytical skills to accomplish business goals with technology and increase functionality and performance.
API ▪ ETL ▪ Tableau ▪ Data Warehousing ▪ Data Vault 2.0 ▪ C# ▪ PL/SQL ▪ JSON ▪ Microsoft SQL Server ▪ T-SQL ▪ DataStage
Agile Methodologies ▪ SQL ▪ Oracle ▪ Alteryx ▪ Business Intelligence ▪ Databases ▪ Walmart's Retail Link
Oversaw daily activities of ﬁve photo lab associates, trained associates on company policy and lab safety, ordered retail items and lab supplies, and performed maintenance on lab equipment. Checked out customers, helped with purchases, resolved customer issues, and helped coordinate vendor demonstrations. Led between ﬁve and ten remodel associates in daily activities, trained associates on company policy and workplace safety, and worked with remodel managers in planning assignments. Collaborated alongside associates in cleaning, setup, moving, and zoning of retail areas.
With over 14 years of experience as a programmer and half of that working with data, I understand that transformations can be frustrating things when you are getting started. Here I give straightforward C# code and commentary about XML and JSON files. This book is the second in a series should help you see that transformations are the fun part of coding data pipelines.
With over 14 years of experience as a programmer and half of that working with data, I understand that transformations can be frustrating things when you are getting started. Here I give straightforward C# code and commentary about dates, just like I would when doing code reviews or training other programmers. This book is the first in a series should help you see that transformations are the fun part of coding data pipelines.