Matthew C Good : Musician, Software Engineer, Hobbyist.

Matthew C Good

730 Shadowood Dr, Nashville, TN 37205
615-554-6302

(This resume is specifc to software development. You may be looking for my music production resume instead.)

Skills Summary

  • C# / ASP.NET AJAX (4 years)
  • XHTML / CSS / Web standards
  • Flash / ActionScript ( 2 years)
  • Photoshop
  • Arduino microcontroller programming / Electronics skills
  • Oracle PL/SQL (2.5 years)
  • PHP / MySQL / Smarty (3 years)
  • Java (3 years during college)
  • C++ (1 year in High School Advanced Placement course)

Work Experience

Web Developer, Goldleaf Financial Solutions, Inc.

Brentwood, TN (August 2006 – Present)

  • Built industry-leading A/R Financing web application as part of a team using C##, ASP.NET, PL/SQL, and client-side technologies like CSS, jQuery, and ASP.NET AJAX
  • Worked on all areas of the A/R application. Optimized & simplified stored procedures for search functionality, wrote code-behind & custom server controls, and became the de facto UI and usability engineer on the project
  • Maintained legacy applications. Fixed SQL injection vulnerabilities in PHP websites, modified IBM Notes web forms & databases, assisted other departments with CSS & Flash development questions, updated the corporate web site, etc.
  • Received a promotion and a 27% increase in compensation over the course of 2.5 years

Software Developer, Oak Brook Community Church

Oak Brook, IL (Summer & Winter 2005, Summer 2006)

  • Built automated podcast system in C# utilizing XML (RSS) and FTP
  • Personally produced informational CD-ROM showcasing the church. This included producing the audio and video content as well as creating the application itself with Flash and ActionScript.
  • Worked with other staff to implement barcode-based attendance system

Studio Manager, Greenville College Music Department

Greenville, IL (August 2005 – May 2006)

  • Managed, maintained, & supported high-end recording studio using Apple G5 computers and Digidesign ProTools HD hardware
  • Assisted and tutored peers with troubleshooting of hardware, software, and audio problems

Education

B.S Computer Science, Contemporary Music, Greenville College, Greenville, IL (2002-2006)

  • 3.87 Cumulative GPA (Magna Cum Laude) – Dean’s List
  • Greenville College Presidential Scholarship award winner, Carrier & Grant Scholarship winner
  • Extra-Curricular activities included performing in String Ensemble & writing for the school paper
  • Personally recognized in President’s final address to Student Body for academic excellence
  • Coursework included courses in data structures (using Java), database management, system foundations, computer science theory, networking, systems analysis & design, and applied operating systems.

Training and Certifications

  • Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist, .NET Framework 3.5 ASP.NET Applications (December 2008)
  • Oracle Database 10g: Program with PL/SQL training course (May 2008)
  • MS2546 & MS2547 Core & Advanced Windows Forms Technologies with Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 training courses (October 2007)
  • MS2543 & MS2544 Core & Advanced Web Application Technologies with Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 training courses (August 2007)

(References available upon request)

Software/Hardware Projects

Fishapp

A work-in-progress to web-enable my fishtank. The Fishapp consists of various sensors to monitor aquarium water quality parameters, lights and servos, etc, to control various parameters of the tank (such as LED moonlighting, fish-feeders, etc), a webcam, and a PHP / MySQL web application to track, graph, and control the fishtank. The Fishapp is open to other users on the internet in a limited form – they can register with the site and manually (or via an API) add their own parameter readings for their fish tanks.

I Heart Heart Cat Cat Map Map App App

A joke Google Maps mashup created to geotag and display photos of my friends all over the world (wearing a particular funny shirt). Built with PHP, MySQL (using spatial datatpe extensions), jQuery, and the Google Maps API.

INPUT Magazine

An upcoming project to be launched with my friend Kate Netzler. The magazine will attempt to live in the space between a trip to a museum and an advanced degree in a subject – i.e. it will offer an entertaining look at a given subject, exploring its implications and connections in a more comprehensive manner than most general-interest features attempt.  I will be designing the look of the site and creating WordPress templates to implement it.