Partial list of duties, responsibilities and accomplishments for Francisco T. Martinez during deployment at Bell Helicopter (period: 2012-02-20 to 2013-05-10) Responsible for the implementation and subsequent maintenance of all IUID .NET applications (WebForm, MVC, console).

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Partial list of duties, responsibilities and accomplishments for Francisco T. Martinez during deployment
at Bell Helicopter (period: 2012
-
02
-
20 to 2013
-
05
-
10)




Responsible for the implementation and subsequent maintenance of all IUID .NET applications
(We
bForm, MVC, console).



Created a specialized Windows Forms application to leverage the Item Unique Identification
(IUDI) API provided by Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) to facilitate queries of IUID registry.



ASP.NET MVC 3 programmer.



WCF programmer.



SQL Ser
ver programmer/DBA



Oracle programmer/DBA



One of Bell's technical leads in the newly introduced effort to retire the SUN Lightweight
Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) authentication system in favor of Microsoft's Active
Directory Lightweight Directory Serv
ices (ADLDS).



Mentor/Instructor



Conduct code reviews for both internally generated projects as well as for code development
projects that are commissioned and contracted external to the company.



Have served as technical advisor for iOS mobile development p
rojects (and even Windows 8
mobile for Keith Croney).



SQL Server's integration services (SSIS) developer and technical consultant for other Bell
assets that employ SSIS in support of Bell's Systems Modernization efforts.



Project technical liaison between T
rinity Millennium Group (San Antonio, TX), InfoSys (India)
and other firms/entities that Bell employs to assist with its software development needs.



R4 go
-
live Level 3 support.



Worked on the Supplier Letter of Disclosure (SLOD) application (ASP.NET MVC 2)
for over 8
months upgrading major application subsystems and correcting both syntactical and logical
flaws that had plague the application since it was received by Bell from a third party
development effort.



Principal Technical Lead/Resource for the transf
ormation effort of the Mainframe application
CALREC to its new incarnation as an ASP.NET MVC 3 web based application.



Principal Technical Lead/Resource for the transformation effort of the Mainframe application
WAVES to its new incarnation as an ASP.NET MV
C 3 web based application



Provided extensive support and technical advisory to one of Bell's senior programing resource,
Mrs. Omana Winkler, over Human Resource applications written with MVC 3 and various
.NET console programs


often getting her passed ma
jor technical hurdles concerning
application deployment, authentication and connectivity issues.



Tasked with conducting a code review of Bell's RADAR framework. This is a .NET application
framework that relies heavily on Microsoft's Windows Communication
Foundation (WCF) and
DevExpress technologies for Windows Forms applications. The RADAR framework is used by
more than 30 distinct applications at Bell Helicopter. The research for the review extended for
over a 5 month period and culminated in a written
report delivered to Cory Ramage, Manager
of the Solution Center.



Conducted the research and development efforts critical to the integration of more than 30
Zebra printers used in support of the manufacturing process and distributed across all
geographical
ly dispersed Bell facilities. Connectivity and interaction with these printers was
managed by the Mainframe infrastructure. Thanks to my research ASP.NET application now
enable the use of these printers.



Related to the Zebra printer migration from Mainfr
ame to distributed systems, was an effort to
learn and apply knowledge of Zebra Programming Language (ZPL) to create the .NET user
interface (UI) and correct printer output.



COBOL code review



Technical lead tasked with the evaluation of Microfocus Visual C
OBOL (Microfoucus'
COBOL.NET integrated development environment and programing solution) as a principal tool
in Bell's Mainframe retirement and migration strategy.