Tim also goes by “TJ”. He loves living in a technology-rich climate and would love to be a part of the future Physicists Unite for World Peace™ consortium.
He earned his stripes developing with Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle and MySQL, and has spent time in Java, C, PHP, ASP.NET, and old-school Fortran.
Tim has done extensive EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) work, spent time as a project manager, and is thoroughly enjoying content development work in a Linux environment with KML, Inkscape, GIMP, and other tools.
EDI administration consultant, 2009–2013. Solely responsible for EDI migration/upgrade across platforms. Programming, mapping, and maintenance in Sterling Gentran. Managed a small team and made sure daily operations were uninterrupted.
Microsoft SQL Server database development consultant, 2009–2013. Developed stored procedures to automate accounting processes. Reporting and queries to illuminate and shore up weaknesses in the manufacturing chain.
IT Project Manager, Firstline Security, 2005–2008. Lead on a multi-million dollar financial in-house sales reconciliation project. Managed a team of programmers. Custom proprietary ticket system.
BS, Applied Physics, Weber State University, Utah, 2006.
TJ has a deep and profound love of music. He’s a pianist, a physicist, a video game junkie, a connoisseur of fine vegan foods. He loves animals, traveling, hiking, and is a big family guy. He can’t wait for quantum computing to be de rigueur!