The Weather Company, an IBM Business @
PhD Student and Software Engineer @ Georgia Institute of Technology
Principal II Architect/Developer @ Cardinal Solutions Group, Inc.
Georgia Institute of Technology
Developed i3Cube, a healthcare application created to integrate Electronic Data Capture (EDC) and Clinical Trials Management System (CTMS) functionality. Developed software in one-month agile sprints. Designed the following architecture: 1) declarative business rules in the JBoss Drools Rules Expert System; 2) custom JAAS authentication policy to authenticate with the Drools authentication manager from Adobe LiveCycle (J2EE); 3) REST API to access JBoss Drools; 4) Adobe LiveCycle Data Service Component (EJB stateless session bean) and SOA orchestration. Utilized agile methodology. From January 2011 to May 2012 (1 year 5 months) Columbus, Ohio AreaDirector, Center for IT Innovations in Healthcare @ Technical lead and manager of a software team that developed a SOA middleware, called caGrid, aimed at building secure, multi-institutional data-centric healthcare information systems. Led a team of 10-12 developers and 3-4 component leads by formulating the software roadmap with our funders, providing input on difficult technical questions and investigations, conducting outreach to academic and federal organizations using caGrid, managing internal staffing needs, and providing input to formulate organizational financial and strategic plans. Acted as key personnel during contract renewal negotiations for caGrid development award and caGrid Knowledge Center award. Led the successful development and release of a time-sensitive set of features for caGrid 1.4. Established a close collaboration between CITIH and The Ohio State University Medical Center’s (OSUMC) IT department through direct contact and negotiation with the OSUMC IT Chief Technology Officer. From March 2010 to January 2011 (11 months) Columbus, Ohio AreaTechnical Manager and Senior Software Engineer, Center for IT Innovations in Healthcare @ Served as Operations Manager for the caBIG caGrid Knowledge Center, a resource funded by the National Cancer Institute (NCI). Acted as the primary point of contact for institutions in order to prioritize and coordinate all activities for the Knowledge Center. Successfully led the caGrid Knowledge Center to receive accolades and awards, such as being described as an “exemplar” Knowledge Center by NIH staff and receiving the NCI caBIG Collaborations Award at the 2009 NCI caBIG Annual Meeting. From April 2008 to January 2011 (2 years 10 months) Research Programmer, Center for IT Innovations in Healthcare @ Led software development to create SOA middleware for the Cardiovascular Research Grid (CVRG) at http://cvrgrid.org/. The project facilitated collaborative cardiovascular research by developing and deploying a research grid (secure SOA middleware) using caGrid (http://www.cagrid.org). Communicated with external collaborators at Johns Hopkins University to formulate software requirements. Prototyped and deployed an initial set of web services used to access and analyze cardiovascular data. Coordinated the creation of technical and user documentation. Prepared and delivered presentations about the developed software. From January 2007 to April 2008 (1 year 4 months) Assistant Staff @ Served as a developer on a small middleware team that was part of a medium-size effort to build a distributed radar control center using C++, Java and CORBA. The Java/C++ middleware provided RPC via CORBA and publish/subscribe soft real-time data streaming. Acted as lead developer for the proprietary, in-house low-latency, high-throughput data streaming service. From September 2002 to January 2007 (4 years 5 months)
Artificial Intelligence @ Georgia Institute of Technology From 2012 to 2015 Masters of Business Administration @ The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business From 2009 to 2010 Bachelors of Science, Computer Engineering @ Brown University From 1998 to 2002 Justin Permar is skilled in: Software Development, Databases, Distributed Systems, Web Services, Software Documentation, Java, Middleware, Strategy, Data Analysis, SOA, Research, Linux, Algorithms, Agile Methodologies, PHP