Brett Meyer is an open source software developer. He is currently the technical lead of Overlord S-RAMP, an open source repository that manages software artifacts and metadata, and a voting member on the OASIS S-RAMP Technical Committee. He is also one of the core developers and committers of Hibernate ORM. In addition, he contributes new features to Infinispan Data Grid, Apache Camel, and Overlord DTGov/RTGov. Brett is also a nonprofit technologist and consultant, operating 3River Development, LLC (3riverdev.com). 3River Development provides tech strategy, consulting, and custom solutions for nonprofit organizations, both locally and nationally. He currently oversees the software/web development and technical operations for the NeigborLink Network, a group of over a dozen nonprofit organizations throughout the US. Brett has a wide breadth of experience in the industry, including careers at Red Hat, Raytheon, and NBC Universal. He has an M.S. (Applied Computer Science) from Purdue University and a B.S. (Computer Science) from Valparaiso University. He also enjoys public speaking on technical topics at both local and national conferences. In his free-time, Brett works as a freelance developer for both local customers and national corporations.
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Expereince building and designing enterprise grade applications and fully integrated systems. Ground up application design and implimentation for a vairety of clients ranging from Government, telecommunications and FInance. Currently working
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After seven years of making JSP/Oracle based applications for the financial industry I turned back to my original interest: making bespoke PHP based SEO ready websites for small businesses using my own CMS developed over the last twelve years. I always try to stay sharp, keeping an eye on and using the latest developments and recommendations of the industry leaders (HTML5, W3C and Google recommendations, etc). During the years I've learnt how web serving works from low level networking thru Linux to HTTP, I think I see fairly far beyond common PHP programming. Google's Android platform is also in the focus of my interest, I am developing small independent apps since Android 1.5.
There are many other qualified Filemaker developers on Odesk. My advantage is that I can seamlessly integrate your data into your website. I build databases in Filemaker for both work station use and web deployment. I develop websites in Dreamweaver using php with Filemaker Server for web delivery. I can create interactivity between your website and your database. I have a dedicated Filemaker server, so I can host your database. I have been working with Filemaker since version 4. I have extensive experience with Filemaker functions and Filemaker Scripting, including triggering script actions through the browser. I am able to develop any business logic in Filemaker, and extend it to the web. I am well versed in HTML5 and CSS3, and have integrated many open source JQuery functions into websites including applications using Google Maps with multiple markers which can be updated in real time, and drag and drop applications with live site updates through Ajax and the database.
I have more than 3 years job esperience in web development and I also completed a Bachelors degree in information systems. I have also done development of custom websites and ecommerce sites as well, but my focus was mainly on online shops. I have an in depth understanding of CSS, HTML5, Java Script and JQuery. My Database programming was done in MS SQL server, but I have also used MS Access.
I work as a Web Developer for last 5 years. Most of my projects are games and promo projects for Social Networks for various companies from FMCG (Coca-Cola) to IT sector (Microsoft). I have a good experience in analyzing of social data collected through my applications which helps to make them more attractive and valuable for customers. I use different APIs to obtain and to process information I need. Basically I create working prototypes for clients to prove working concepts and search the best implementation of their needs.
I have been working on geospatial data, geospatial databases, and geospatial software stacks(Map Servers, etc.) for over ~15 years, and general software development & data repository work for almost ~30 years. Hands-on experience: -Map Server ----------------- Building the following software stack; --Ubuntu ---Java (Oracle 6, 7, & 8, and OpenJDK 6 & 7) ---PROJ.4 ---GEOS ---GDAL (with built-in support of/for; MrSID, ECW, JP2, HDF, Kakadu, JasPer, WebP, FGDB, KML, Poppler, PoFoDo, DWG/DXF, SQLite/SpatiaLite, PostgreSQL/PostGIS, MYSQL, MSSQL, Oracle, ODBC, and any other file format and external library/SDK, etc.) ---Tomcat (and/or Jetty, JBoss, Resin, and GlassFish) ---GeoServer (along with any extension that may be needed) ---PostgreSQL/PostGIS (SQLite/SpatiaLite, MySQL, etc.) ---etcetera(Apache, OpenLayers/Leaflet, etc., versioning, Dropbox/cloud storage, and so on) ===== -Database Server --------------- Building the following software stack; --Ubuntu ---PostgreSQL/PostGIS ---Custom/specialized security/hooks/libraries/binary command-line/etc. ===== -File Formats ------------------ Creating, converting, and transforming spatial and non-spatial file/dB formats; --ShapeFiles --dB GEOMS --CAD(DWG, DXF, etc.) --GML, KML, XML, TXT, whatever --ESRI --Vector and Raster of any kind for the most part --Converting raster/vector files/dB table data to raster map tiles(Mosaic, Image Pyramid, etc.) as either WMTS, WMS, WMS with GeoWebCache, etc. --Geometry points to polylines to polygons(and vice versa) --TIF/JPG/PNG/etc. to GeoTIFF/etc., MrSID/ECW to GeoTIFF/JP2/etc(and vice versa) --Projections --SLDs ===== -Data Mining / Fetching ------------------------------- Finding online resources that contain various data that needs to be matched with GEOMS, including setting up fetch server(s), Google Refine fetch projects, or whatever the project requires; --Matching Parcel or Unit IDs with GEOMS --Matching Owner names with Parcel/Unit IDs --Matching Addresses with Parcel/Unit IDs --Matching Assessment(tax)/Valuation data with Parcel/Unit IDs --Matching MLS with Parcel/Unit IDs --Finding/matching any other type of data against GEOM and/or Parcel/Unit IDs(PIDs, Claves, etc.). ===== -Data Cleaning ------------------- Finding geometry errors/problems within any given type of dataset; --Finding duplicate GEOMS/Records --Finding corrupt GEOMS --Finding superfluous data --Conforming cell data(e.g.- to UPPER case, to Title case, etc., and renaming cell data variations such as; BC, B.C. & British Columbia to just one, e.g.- B.C.) --Reducing geometry sizes by removing superfluous & redundant vertices. ===== -Data Versioning ---------------------- Using directory structures & naming conventions, or versioning software as a means of keeping track of, and having a fixed/set work flow both on a centralized location(server/Dropbox/etc.) and on individual workstations; --Files and/or dB table export to file using directory - file versioning with up to 64 previous saved versions, and using Dropbox(or similar) to make available to all applicable users; --Using GeoGIG to create spatial versioning repositories where users may check-in and check-out data, branch, merge with trunk, etc., using shapefiles, database tables(e.g.- PostgreSQL/PostGIS) and other file formats/database tables, and using Dropbox(or similar) to make available to applicable users. --Add either versioning techniques to aforementioned Map Server software stack, along with client computer setup/configuration. ===== ===== There are many means and methods, be it the various file & dB formats/structures, or the various desktop/server software applications/libraries/SDKs/frameworks, that can be used to accomplish the same end goal. Whatever 'your' case may be, I will provide you with extensive pre-project support in the form of back-and-forth messaging(via oDesk, chat, email, etc.) during the discovery process, so that prior to you committing to any financial expenditure, you(and I) are absolutely certain that I am the right man for 'your' job. Therefore, do not hesitate to message me with any & all questions you may have regarding your GIS needs!
Over the past 7 years of my life I have built a vast knowledge of the web application stack from the ground up. This allows me to quickly integrate with existing projects to make improvements, as well as build applications from scratch. I am seeking opportunities to build websites and applications for your business, helping the project along from conception to implementation. I manage several highly available clusters hosting domain services designed for both scalability and disaster recovery. I have vast experience with multiple linux distributions, but I specialize in fedora/Red Hat. I am fluent in all types of open source software systems and enjoy finding ways to employ them in projects. I particuraly excel with PHP applications such as drupal. I have created mobile applications for both Android and iOS using Apache Cordova and jQuery Mobile. I have created online systems for Bosch, Fujitsu, Aerco, and Eternal Tools. I am a native of Vermont.