University 101 campaign is targeted to new students arriving at the university in September. The goal of the site is to provide students
with information regarding the campus, allowing them to register for mandatory faculty sessions and guiding them through their
first week at the University of Ottawa.
The focus of this micro-site is to present the information in a concise and easy to access format, with emphasis on database design to handle mass registration close to the start of the Fall semester.
Student Academic Success Service (SASS) is a free network of services provided by uOttawa to its students.
It comprises of different services such as Career Services, Aboriginal Resource Center, and Writing Help Center.
University of Ottawa has gone through a website redesign in 2011, and SASS is one of the first departments to convert the
complete website over to the new 960px template.
SASS's new website features the new uOttawa branding; in addition it features HTML5, CSS3 and jQuery driven content alongside dynamic breadcrumbs (generated using PHP5)
The church of Perfect Liberty website serves the Ottawa community, providing church members a place to collaborate their ideas. The website informes members
of upcoming services, special events and church history and philosophy. The website takes advantage of Google Calendar API to show, edit, and manage the calendar.
It also features a fully-functional backend for the administrator to manage content on the website.
Members of the church can create accounts, login, exchange messages and upload photos on the website.
SASS Intranet was developed for SASS employees to collaborate, share information, have access to data, reports and employee
directory to help with their day to day activities. The intranet features an app-based design where developers can build and deploy
their PHP applications within the infrastructure to one or more employees.
Each application has the ability to access shared information about the logged in employee, and can fully communicate with other applications to provide a seamless experience for the end user.
The MIS Application on the SASS Intranet was built to create and maintain an inventory of all physical assets (computers, monitors, peripherals) at SASS.
The database was designed in a way to keep track of users who each asset was assigned to and produce reports for management. The design also featured
a self-updating rating system which notifies IT representatives of the oldest computers in the inventory and allowed for planning future upgrades.
The Developers WIKI is implemented and customized on the Apple Mac Server, and is tightly integrated with the Intranet to provide IT representatives at SASS
a central source to collaborate their ideas and knowledge. The server repositories hold each edited copy of the topics created and administrators can revert
to previous copies at any time right from the UI tools provided.
I am currently a Programmer Analyst / Group Lead with 5 years of professional web design and infrastructure development experience.
My passion for the web has grown ever since I started working at University of Ottawa and I continue to better myself by learning and applying cutting-edge web technologies to produce IT solutions
I have strong attention to detail and an eye for creating a pixel-perfect design across multiple platforms. I have been involved in all stages of web projects, from initial scoping,
to the design/development process, leading to a successful project delivery.
My professional goal is to develop a broad range of practical skills and work towards a managerial role. I am a self-motivated individual who is always open to new and exciting challenges.
B.Sc. Computer Science / B.A.Sc. Mechanical Engineering (2008)