Assistant Professor, New York University.
Graduate level courses taught include Object Oriented Analysis and Design, Data Mining and Data Warehousing,
and Database Technologies for Web Applications. Other Undergraduate and Professional Education lecture and hands-on courses taught
AJAX, HTML/CSS, Perl, Hadoop, and Mongo.
Recipient of some of the highest student evaluations at NYU School of
Professional Studies including perfect scores for categories such as "the class was well organized",
"the instructor was good at explaining things", and "the instructor worked hard
to make the subject matter interesting".
The most difficult thing in the World is to make difficult things look easy.
NYU featured Professor.
Lecturer, Columbia University
Graduate level business certificate data analytics program. Lectures in general computer science topics, data structures, algorithms,
Java programming and object oriented concepts.
Director/Architect Information Technology, Home Box Office.
Over 25 years of experience in the information technology field. Expertise in all aspects of software engineering
and construction lifecycle including requirement gathering, project costing, analysis, design, coding & development,
and client training & support. Led many successful small, medium and large system development projects, as well as full ERP
implementations, including RFP process, vendor negotiation/selection, planning, budget and contracts.
Knowledgeable in traditional, object-oriented and agile analysis, design and development methodologies.
"Learning is a lifetime commitment"