Resume

Scott Willson
scott.willson@gmail.com
1204 SE Pershing Street, Portland, OR 97202
(503) 913-6013

Lead Developer, Analog Analytics (Portland, OR), 2008-present

Built and ran white-label daily deal syndication platform that handles millions of dollars a month in revenue. Led engineering department and grew it from two to thirty people. Analog Analytics was acquired by Barclaycard May 2012.

Architected and developed Barclaycard site to handle “Superbowl Sunday” traffic from UK-wide TV ad campaign.

[Ruby on Rails, JavaScript, Java, MySQL, Resque, Chef, Solaris, Linux]

Senior Developer, Con-way (Portland, OR), 2004-2008

Enhanced and fixed company-wide AR billing system that handles $15 million of corrections a month. Mentored developers. Instituted automated testing and removed 10,000 lines of code. Built customer-facing logistics site that handles a half-million EDI transactions/month.

[Java EE, JRuby, Spring, Hibernate, WebSphere, Oracle, DB2, SuSE, AIX]

Senior Developer, contract, 2001-2004

Coded, tested, and deployed web application and data processing systems for Banfield Pet Hospital, MeasureCast, Synetics, Freightliner, and New Edge Networks. Wrote code, mentored teams, and collaborated on architecture. Integrated with internal and external systems (credit card billing, bank account billing, medication shipment). Created scalable, high performance, distributed systems.

Created scalable, high performance, distributed systems.

[Java EE, Python, Swing, Oracle, DB2]

Senior Web Developer [Java, WebObjects], mySeasons.com (Old Saybrook, CT), 2000-2001

Senior Web Developer, Gap Inc (San Francisco), 1997-1999
Computer Consultant/Website Developer, avviso (San Francisco), 1995-1997
Graphic Designer (San Francisco), 1993-1995
Flight Attendant, American Trans Air (San Francisco), 1990-1993
Senior Consultant, Wesleyan Computing Center (Middletown, CT), 1989-1993

Personal consulting and open source, 1997-present

Built bike racing event registration, results, membership, and mailing list site for Oregon Bicycle Racing Association (http://www.obra.org/) in Rails. Open-sourced core code (https://github.com/scottwillson/racing_on_rails) and built sites for Washington, Montana, Georgia, Alberta, Australia, and British Columbia. System holds a million results and calculates standings for a variety of competitions.

[Ruby on Rails, Javascript, MySQL, Elasticsearch, Ansible, Ubuntu, FreeBSD, OS X]

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https://github.com/analog-analytics/hydra

Wesleyan University, 1989-1993
B.A. with honors: International politics and non-western history

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