My primary responsibility was to develop and teach courses in Information Systems using the latest Microsoft development technologies and industry best practices.
Topics I taught include web development using HTML, CSS and ASP.NET MVC and Silverlight, programming in C# and VB.NET, desktop applications development using WPF, WinForms, database design using SQL Server and Oracle, and systems analysis using UML.
I achieved consistently high student evaluations with a career average of 8.8/10 and most recent evaluation 9.8. In 2010 I received a Teaching Excellence Award from the University of Auckland Business School.
I trained, managed and supervised tutors and markers as well as supervising summer project students and postgraduate dissertation students.
I managed and administered 12 web and database servers used by 10 courses and thousands of students, running both Apache and IIS, and including SharePoint 2007 and SharePoint 2010 installations.
I have also modified and maintained a variety of systems written by others, including websites in ASP, ASP.NET and PHP, applications in WinForms and WPF and WCF web services.
I developed several software tools and websites to support student administration and marking:
Two year program covering best practices of university learning and teaching
Dissertation: “How Do People Manage Their Documents? An empirical investigation into personal digital document management practices among knowledge workers”
Honours Dissertation: “The Design and Implementation of a Flexible, Component-based Decision Support System Generator” (First Class Honours). Coursework included object oriented analysis and design, information security and decision support systems.
Majors: Information Systems, Computer Science, Minor: Statistics.
Coursework included applications development, software engineering, systems analysis and design, information visualisation, databases and data warehousing and distributed systems design.