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Angulo Consulting

Posted 02-29-2012 at 06:10 PM by WantLinuxHelp

Angulo Consulting is highly regarded and acclaimed with many awards for software and performance. Areas of specialization include management, Object Oriented Programming and Design (Java, C++), Database programming (SQL, Oracle), Web Programming (Ruby, PHP, Python, Struts, DHTML, CSS, Ajax, XML, Javascript), business and financial applications, statistical applications, bioinformatics and medical applications (EHR, EPIC).

David Angulo has had a long and successful 31 year career, with an MS degree in CS (ABD on PhD).. Throughout his entire career, he has strongly emphasized software development that has low fault rates and high customer satisfaction. In the more recent years, he has applied new development methodology technologies to further enhance these goals. These technologies are part of the Agile Development Methodology, specifically test driven development and test first. This makes his software very robust and bug free. He have been active throughout my career with robust design of application systems. He has strongly utilized GoF Design Patterns in these designs, to make the design and software more easily adapted and extended, and to reuse robust designs with fewer errors. He has over 15 years experience in Java with strong GoF Design Patterns and Java Generics. Additionally, Angulo has over two decades experience with C++ (with GoF). He specializes in high quality software with high customer satisfaction, delivered by utilizing some Agile Development techniques, including Test Driven Development (using JUnit with Java). He has done many things with Java including J2EE/JEE, and similar platforms such as Hibernate and Spring. He has experience in all sorts of internet/web technology, including servlets, applets, Tomcat, JavaScript, AJAX, Struts, CGI, PHP, .NET, JSP, JSF, CSS, Ruby, Python, Perl, DHTML, and others. Angulo has over 15 years experience in developing web services. Further, he is a real expert in XML and Web Services. Dave has used, taught, and published research papers in XML, Web Services, SOAP, WSDL, UDDI, XSLT, XSD/Schema, DTD, AJAX, JAXB, SAX, DOM, and other related technologies. He has been teaching these technologies in Chicago Universities for over a decade. He has strong skills in high volume scalable and distributed applications, having been a core member of the Globus team developing the world's leading Grid middleware software. This work involved utilizing multi-threading, multi-processing, Lea's multi-processing design patterns, clusters, distributed databases, web services, client-server, cloud computing, platform as a service., software as a service (SaaS), and service oriented architecture (SoS).

David Angulo has had extensive database experience, including working for SIR/DBMS, a database software manufacturing company. At SIR/DBMS, he was an assistant to a member of the ANSI/SQL committee. He has used a number of SQL databases, including Postgres, mysql, Oracle, MS-SQL Server, Sybase, Access 2010, and others. He has used JDBC with Java with many of these platforms.

Angulo has over two decades of management and team leading experience with teams of up to 30 developers. He has managed developers using timeline software for complex, multi-developer projects. He has managed budgets of up to $2.5 million, and he has vast experience in designing new algorithms and implementing them in computer software. He had a 4 year $2.5 million NIH Cancer grant analyzing proteomic mass spectrometry data of cancer cells treated with novel biochemistry. For this work, he had to design novel algorithms to analyze the unique data. He has several papers published in this area. He also has several papers published regarding his novel algorithms for distributed databases
and other distributed software. Angulo is a world class leading Healthcare / Life Sciences / Bioinformatics / Pharmaceuticals computer programmer. He has about 80 publications, at least 70 of which are in Bioinformatics. He recently completed a $2.5 million NIH grant in proteomic mass spectrometry. He was co-chair of the Life Science Grid Research Group in Open Grid Forum. He was a director of the BiTMaP program, a bioinformatics training program at the Illinois Medical District. He was a
Director of the Biodiversity Synthesis Center at the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago. Dave created the bioinformatics curriculum at DePaul University's College of Computer Science. He helped launch startup Brainstage which utilizes semantic web technology in breast cancer gene expression research. He is well versed in HIPAA
requirements and in FDA Title 21 CFR 11, 82, 211, 1271, and more. He is well versed in EPIC interface.

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