Tyler Burd firstname.lastname@example.org
10550 W 100th Place Broomfield, CO 80021 • (303) 469-8516
Team player: Participated in teams made up of database administrators, developers, designers, and customer
experience specialists to implement and design products from concept to fruition.
Manager and leader: Led and organized teams of developers. Supervisory, administrative and planning
experience in developing software applications.
Relational Database Administration; Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL, MS Access, and PostGreSQL
Software Design: UML
Programming Languages: C++, Java, Visual Basic, C#, Visual Basic.NET
Scripting Languages: ASP (JScript and VBScript) , ASP.NET (C# or VB.NET), PHP, Cold Fusion, ,
JSP/Servlets, some Python
Markup Languages: XML, XSLT, Voice XML, HTML
Object Technologies: COM, SOAP, COM+, CORBA
Web Servers: Apache Web Server, IIS
Servlet Containers: Apache Tomcat, JServ, Jetty
Template/Framework Technologies: .NET Framework, Velocity Template Language, Turbine Framework
Senior Web Developer, Crosshatch Design, Denver, CO, March 2004 to Present
Did work for the University of Colorado Health and Sciences Center (contracts) in many ways, including a
survey application in ASP, and Microsoft Access consultations.
Used the .NET Framework to build a complete dynamic web application and virtual private network
desktop application for Stampede Fulfillment to overhaul their entire business process.
Developer, Fenetics Inc., Denver, CO, August 2002 to February 2004
Developed a fully scalable, clustered java application framework that all of the companies java products
became based on.
Used that framework to create many products, including company financial and management software, large
scale, and high traffic web-applications for companies such as Frontier Airlines.
Senior Programmer, Infopop Corporation, Seattle WA, October 2001 to July 2002
Served as Project Leader for Infopop’s line of new products.
Designed and developed a mass-marketing email tool, complete with WYSIWYG online HTML editor for
Worked to improve Infopop’s OpenTopic, the premier hosted message board on the web today.
Implemented OpenTopic on websites such as Playstation.com, Sony’s official Playstation forum.
Published Author, Wrox Publishing, Birmingham UK, 2001
Co-Authored Early Adopter Voice XML, a book that teaches developers the ins and outs of Voice XML as
a telephony programming language.
Work experience (continued)
Chief Information Officer, Pop Fizz Media, Denver CO, August 2000 to October 2001
Was responsible for all client communications related to for-hire development projects.
Led a team of developers to create proprietary server-side applications.
Designed software specifications and relational databases for all projects.
Served a key role in the successful launch of several proprietary products, including a comprehensive
Intranet package, and a scalable, Enterprise-level forum.
University of Colorado at Denver
Pursuing a Bachelor of Science (BS) Degree in Computer Science and Bachelor of Arts (BA) Mathematics.
Debbie Witt I was hired many times to assist Debbie with Microsoft
Compliance Assistant Access database creation, administration, reporting, and
Health & Safety Division query building on many occasions. She can speak for my
University of Colorado Health and Sciences Center knowledge of those technologies, as well as how I can
(303) 315-0492 office quickly find a solution to even the most complex of
email@example.com technology-related issues.
Jeff Calderone I am currently Jeff’s Senior Web Developer. Jeff can tell
Owner, Founder, President you of my skill and experience in technologies like the
Former UCHSC Employee .NET Platform, my complete dedication to my work, and
Crosshatch Design how I perform well under rapid deadlines, as a lone
(303) 436-9113 office developer, or in teams.
Darren Lorentz Darren was my project manager at Fenetics, Inc, and as
Project Manager such he can inform you of my technical prowess as a
Fenetics, Incorporated Java Web Developer, and of my ability to express clearly
(720) 236-7496 what I need from management and clients in order to
produce the best possible product.
I encourage you to contact any or all of the above references.
Thank you for your consideration.