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Henry Quinn IV

Web & Infrastructure Developer

/ GitHub: Quinncuatro / LinkedIn: HenryQuinnIV


Work Experience:

Administrative Office of the United States Courts
Software Developer - Temporary Duty Assignment

August 2018 - Present

- Creating, maintaining, and providing enhancements to codebase for a web application meant to automate the daily "getting up to speed" work for District Judges across the country.
- Transitioning a deployment solution built for Docker to work on a nationally hosted OpenShift/Kubernetes solution.
- Converting a static ColdFusion web application to be more dynamic using OpenShift templates and secrets to drastically cut down on deployment times.
- Working remotely with a team of engineers in D.C. to test the feasibility of scaling out the OpenShift platform for use by other application development teams in the judiciary.
- Participating in meetings spanning several departments and stakeholders at the Administrative Office in order to align interests and make sure all the ropes are pulled in the same direction.
- Participating in meetings spanning several departments and stakeholders at the Administrative Office in order to align interests and make sure all the ropes are pulled in the same direction.


NewHaven.io
Member Board of Directors

November 2018 - Present

- Helping organize events (both social and educational) around the city for our members to network and learn new technology skills.
- Building partnerships with other technology and non-profit focused organizations around New Haven to help connect and align groups and individuals.
- Creating a stronger tech and startup minded community in New Haven by fostering a culture of creation and experimentation.
- Managing a Slack community comprised of hundreds of local developers.


United States District Court, District of Connecticut
Programmer

March 2017 - Present

- Splitting time between local projects for the District of Connecticut and the project for the Administrative Office.
- Developing web based software solutions to common problems in jury processes.
- Transitioning in-house applications to container based architectures with Docker for easier deployment.
- Communicating with other programmers in the judiciary about emerging technologies, containerizing applications, and how to modernize development practices across the organization.
- Created a Meteor based digital signage system for the 2017 National High School Mock Trial Championship, held partially in our Hartford courtrooms.
- Experimenting with different web technologies to better solve future problems with the correct tools.
- Backup technical lead for our district’s early adopter NextGen implementation.
- Crafting complex, multi table queries to help DQA’s solve docketing errors.
- Maintaining and updating internal and public websites as Co-Chair of the Website Committee.


United States District Court, District of Connecticut
Programmer / Analyst

May 2015 - March 2017

- Created full stack LAMP and Ruby on Rails web applications to automate workflows.
- Presented web applications at the 2016 District Operational Practices Forum and a Developer Forum hosted by Collaborative Applications Development in January of 2017.
- Helped manage Red Hat servers running IBM Informix and US District Court CM/ECF instances and prepare for our district's early adopter NextGen upgrade.
- Crafted complex, multi table queries to create reports for Magistrate and District Judges.
- Maintained and updated internal and public websites to support Clerk's Office staff.


Independent Software's A100 Program
Apprentice / Scrum Master

Summer 2016

- Built a software application in Meteor's full-stack JavaScript platform in an Agile team, completed and deployed a working software application for a local startup venture, Thrivio.
- Acted as Scrum Master for a team of five developers for two separate four week sprints.
- Supplemented development work (which spanned the software development lifecycle) with targeted training in Agile process, full-stack programming, UI/UX, technical communication, and DevOps.


Champlain College Support Services
Event Support Lead Technician

September 2011 - May 2015

- Supported all events around campus dealing with audio and visual technology.
- Trained new employees on policies and operating procedures.
- Acted as a backup resource for newer techs.


Middlesex County Camp
Assistant Director of Staff and CIT's

Summer 2010 - Summer 2014

- Organized and led a preparation program for counselors in training to become future staff.
- Mentored younger staff members and helped uphold camp policy.
- Ran activity areas including our archery range, ropes elements, and wilderness survival courses.



Projects:

DEVC Webpack Playground (2018) - I've been working on an experiment involving folding Vue/Node/Webpack into a containerized Lucee (open source ColdFusion) and MySQL environment we're using at work. As far as I can tell, I was the first person to get Vue and ColdFusion working together in Docker.

[ GitHub] VueJS, ColdFusion, Shell, JavaScript, Docker, Node, Webpack, MySQL


SLAter (2018) - I spun up a Raspberry Pi build to constantly check my DeskPro queue and alert me via speakers when I have a new ticket assigned to me. It has also been used to remind a coworker to drink water, and actually cured his gout!

[ GitHub] JavaScript, Docker, Node, Webpack, MySQL


US Webtranet (2017) - I built a proof of concept for a containerized intranet framework for federal agencies. I presented this and demoed Docker in a nationwide conference call to other judiciary developers in January of 2017.

[ GitHub] [ Docker Hub] [ Live Demo] Ruby / Rails / PostgreSQL / Docker


Digital Signage (2017) - I built a digital signage system to let competitors in the 2017 National High School Mock Trials Championship know their various courtroom assignments that auto updated across all loaded instances when new rounds were posted.

[ GitHub] JavaScript / Meteor / MongoDB


Fantasy Draft Challenge - built a fantasy football draft challenge timer to help my league set a draft order based on a timed hot wing challenge. This was something quick that I put together to give the game some structure, but it was a fun build.

[ GitHub] [ Live Demo] JavaScript, jQuery, FlipClock



Education:

Champlain College*
Bachelor of Science in Computer Networking and Information Security
Specialization in Cyber Security
Champlain College Cycling Club, President
Champlain College Rock Climbing Club, Member

May 2015



National Presentations:

Judicial Dashboard - Dashboard View of Court Operations
U.S. District Courts, IT Conference West - Phoenix, AZ

August 2018


Judicial Dashboard - Dashboard View of Court Operations
U.S. District Courts, District Operational Practices Forum - Minneapolis, MN

May 2018


US Webtranet: Containerized Intranet Framework
U.S. District Courts, Collaborative Applications Development (CAD) Developer's Forum - WebEx

January 2017


Human Resources Organizer (HRO) - Access Management
U.S. District Courts, District Operational Practices Forum - Orlando, FL

September 2016



* Champlain College is Designated a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education by the National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security

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