About Me

I’m a Software Engineer, most recently working as a Directory of Engineering at Enservio based out of Needham, MA. I started there in March of 2015 as a Senior Ruby on Rails engineer tasked with lifting their Restore platform from a Rails 2.3 application to Rails 4.2. After about a 8 months of work, we decided a full-rewrite was in order so we launched the RestorePay part of the platform as Paysurance. Since then, I’ve taken on full responsibility of Enservio’s engineering team which includes their ContentsExpress product.

Previous employers are Launch Academy, MarketClique eCommerce LLC, Fright Catalog Inc., SilkRoad technology, FatWire Software, divine, Inc., & Eprise (all of which are basically the same company through buyouts to bankruptcies).

I grew up in Charlestown, RI which is right near the ocean (which I miss a ton living in Central Massachusetts now). My father was a commercial fisherman and my mom a homemaker. I graduated from Worcester Polytechnic Institute with a Bachelor’s of Science in Computer Science in May of 2000. While at WPI I was a member of the men’s varsity soccer team for 4 years; a tri-captain in my 4th and final year. They have a great Computer Science Program, which I highly recommend to any high school students interested in Software Engineering or Computer Engineering.

My current development interests revolve around Ruby on Rails, C# and Javascript Frameworks like Angular and React, but I’m also interested in toying around with other technologies. Learning never stops! Most of my development experience is in Ruby and C#, though I’ve had experience with other programming languages such as Perl, PHP, VB.NET, C++, and Javascript.

If you’d like a copy of my resume, you can download it here.

Other Tidbits of Interest…

I play ice hockey.
I also play indoor soccer.
I’m an assistant coach and the goalkeeper’s coach for WPI’s Women Soccer.

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