J.J. Wilborn

Career Summary

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Healthcare

Senior Software Engineer

  • Built a base scaffold for future Node + React apps

  • Setup automated testing CI/CD flow, enforced code quality, and implemented peer review prerequisite (enforced by git hooks) for merging

  • Automated accessibility testing using google lighthouse

  • Built new features for legacy .NET application, supplementing primary team while awaiting new projects

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Smart Lighting

Front End Developer Lead

  • Oversaw development of web technologies to interface with IoT

  • Lead development of front-end for hardware administration via web application

  • Built analytic and data management platform

  • Designed and developed login and authentication system using JWT with Active Directory LDAP integration

  • Built RBAC system for users and applications

  • Developed application registry with custom settings configuration management system for use by other teams

  • Implemented custom notifications system with dispatch via HTTPS and NSQ

Health Incentives

Front End Engineer

  • Rebuilt legacy app from scratch while following proper AngularJS methodologies

  • Member of both Self Service (admin tools) and Mission Control (data vis) teams

  • Created highly adaptive toggling system for component access and A/B testing

  • Winner of Company Hackathon project for most valuable to company

  • Reviewed pull requests of other teams making contributions to our codebase

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Education

Founding Engineer

  • Rebuilt legacy app from scratch while following proper AngularJS methodologies

  • Member of both Self Service (admin tools) and Mission Control (data vis) teams

  • Created highly adaptive toggling system for component access and A/B testing

  • Winner of Company Hackathon project for most valuable to company

  • Reviewed pull requests of other teams making contributions to our codebase

Military

Computer Systems Repairer (94F)

  • Team Leader

  • Found maintenance procedure that was not being followed by all soldiers in squad that would cause millions of dollars in component damage and replacement over time by causing night vision systems to fail

  • Component level maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair

  • Testing using oscilliscopes and multimeters

  • Over 300 types of equipment such as computers and networks, night vision, mine launchers, nuclear/biological/chemical warfare detection systems