Project Planning and Architecture Design
Gathering business automation requirements, documenting a project plan, creating a collaborative environment, and solving using technology services.
Creating and connecting to secured services (e.g., OAuth2) for centralized automation, such as with payroll providers, learning management systems, SharePoint Online documents and lists, etc.
Focused on Microsoft technologies development stack and services, especially C#, ASP.NET (e.g., Blazor, Razor, MVC), Fluid Design (e.g., Bootstrap), Azure services, and Azure DevOps.
Automated Release Management allows the business and developers to seamlessly work together, to be as productive as quickly as possible.
The shift-left eliminates (or reduces) the touchpoints of traditional IT deployments.
Long-time familarity of successfully working and collaborating remotely, providing an efficient and auditable visibility across multiple teams.
Regularly release smaller application changes (agile approach) to provide users with the needed important changes, adjusting as requirements change and knowledge expands.
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