Resource Data, Inc. Announces New StaffCustom software development firm Resource Data, Inc. (RDI) has hired new employees:
Caroline Field joins RDI's Anchorage office as a Business Analyst. Ms. Field has her BBA in Management Information Systems and her BBA in Management from the University of Alaska Anchorage. She is a business analyst who has worked as a contractor for the DoD for four years. Her experience with software development includes analysis and specifications, product support, testing, product design, project management, and product implementation. As a technical writer Ms. Field created a document library for all phases of the software development lifecycle for DoD's, Defense Information Systems Agency to use on multiple contracts. In addition to playing a role as a technical writer for DoD projects she has tested and tracked defects to closure for classified applications. As a business analyst she has gathered, managed, and maintained software requirements for the Joint Staff, Joint Task Force, and Combatant Command representatives across all Services. She has seen projects through from inception to integration on classified networks and has trained DoD user groups on the delivered applications. In addition, her work with the DoD included several GIS application customization projects where she created design documents, sequence diagrams, use cases, data flow diagrams, and directed requirements creation and application development.
Tom Lewis joins RDI's Anchorage office as a Senior Programmer / Analyst. Mr. Lewis has over twenty years of computer programming experience. Mr. Lewis is an applications specialist with extensive experience in systems analysis, architecture, and design. His technical expertise includes C#, VB.NET and C++.
With offices in Anchorage, Juneau, Fairbanks, Boise, Idaho and Houston, Texas, RDI is a leading custom computer software applications development firm with over 85 programmers dedicated to providing our clients with the best in database, Internet and GIS solutions.
Posted: December 2, 2009
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