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Responsable Technique

February 2015 to Present

Paris Area, France

Betclic Everest Group

Senior Developer

May 2014 to December 2014

Malta, Sliema


Lead Developer

December 2013 to May 2014


Tim Booker's Education

Loughborough University

HND Computer Science

2004 to 2007

Sir Roger Manwood's School

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About Tim Booker

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A skilled agile engineer, capable hands on leader, personable mentor with a friendly and delivery focused approach. Actively involved in the technical community, with his finger on the pulse for every bit of information he can get his hands on. Always learning and trying to keep a wide vocabulary of languages as up to date as possible, favouring an object oriented approach with hint of functional. A lean towards the OSS way.Responsable Technique @ From February 2015 to Present (9 months) Paris Area, FranceSenior Developer @ Core technology stack : C# 5.0, NET(4.5), SQL Server .NET MVC Framework (5), Entity Framework, Web API, WCF, Angular.Js, Xamarin, TFS Achievements : Created architectural base for restructuring of services into unified platform. Major performance upgrades (~20% in some areas) Created PoC for xamarin based (mvvm) mobile architecture on platform Within days of arrival, I was able to get to grips with the current architecture for mobile services (wcf, and web api based), and gain insight into sticky points (such as replication of work, awkwardness around integration of all ‘3rd party’ and internal dll, and weak performance results). From this point, I was charged with creating a path to improval, and explaining the best way to get there to the team. Within the space of a few months, we were able to move all italian services to the common platform, with a cleaner base architecture and with dramatic performance improvements, all while mitigating risks from both 3rd party and internal dependencies. Alongside this, as there was a desire from business to take previously outsourced work on native applications inhouse, I developed proof of concept applications to prove the power of xamarin. During this time I managed to create a proof of concept app for a more ‘fun’ side of betclic - managing product ownership, team education around the platform, and a fully functional app, integrating with our existing mobile services. From May 2014 to December 2014 (8 months) Malta, SliemaLead Developer @ Core technology stack : C# 5.0, NET(4.5), SQL Server .NET MVC Framework (5), Simple.Data, Web API, git, jquery Achievements : Created functional prototype for updated system from scratch using legacy DB. Brought team of developers up-to-date with modern C# language features (linq, lambdas, dynamics) and architectural concepts (IoC, SoA) Autotorq, a CRM / CMS provider for the automotive industry, have been working with an ‘ancient’ (.NET 2, Web Forms, flat architecture) codebase for some years, and had gotten to the point in which developing new features simply had too much friction due to heavy tech debt. I was brought in to propose an approach on how to re-write their current system - with the caveat of keeping the existing system working in parallel. From December 2013 to May 2014 (6 months) LondonTechnical Team Lead @ Core technology stack : C# 4.0/5.0, NET(4), SQL Server .NET MVC Framework (3, 4), Entity Framework, Web API, Azure Achievements : Introduced deployment strategies for git to azure via TFS hosted source control. Managed client change control Created high level stories for project Worked with QA to create Acceptance Criteria Mentored and worked with development team to work out potential improvements for the way we could work in future. (Micro ORM instead of EF, etc) In this short term role, I was brought on to assist with delivery of a short term project. Built from a prototype as a starting point, in which we over-delivered, under-budget. In charge of developing a physical long-term installation, creating and connecting to REST API services in WebAPI as well as integrating with multiple social media platforms (facebook, twitter, instagram, to publish content and drive traffic to a youtube channel. From August 2013 to October 2013 (3 months) Consultant / Architect @ Core technology stack : C# 4.0/5.0, NET(4), SQL Server .NET MVC Framework (3, 4), Simple.Data, Entity Framework, WCF, MSMQ, AWS Role within team : Consultant / Architect Brought on to extend the UK design team's capabilities in translating between the lower level implementation details and high level architecture, my main role was to propose high level solutions, complete with proof of concepts to extend and improve an in-development project with a life span of over 5 years. Part of this included proposals for security, explanations on the changes required to move towards AWS from a central hosted environment, and a hands-on role in development - including mentoring of other developers within both the London team, and the outsourced Argentinian teams. Having dealth with an initial lack of documentation, I also took it upon myself to write comprehensive documentation, in the form of a wiki for both low-level software and high level architectural visions for the project. From October 2012 to August 2013 (11 months) Director @ From 2010 to 2013 (3 years) .NET Consultant Developer @ Core technology stack : .NET(4), SQL Server, Web Forms, .NET MVC Framework (3), Datasets, Simple.Data Initially brought on to work on feature development on the dominos web site, it was immediately apparent that the site was in need of heavy architectural review. Having completed the original assignment, my primary responsibility shifted towards liasing with the client to push the idea of slowing feature development to take some time refactoring. Key changes involved removal large amounts of session state, implementation of a new DAL (previously was using strongly typed datasets), centralization of business rules and some movement towards MVC. From June 2012 to September 2012 (4 months) NET Consultant Developer @ Client : Toshiba In this short term project, I created a 3D screensaver in WPF - which is to be deployed onto all Toshiba laptops going forward. McCann Erickson are a digital agency, without any Windows development knowledge existent on site. I was brought in to flesh out the requirements from inception independently, primarily from non-technical users. From May 2012 to June 2012 (2 months) NET Consultant Developer @ Core technology stack : .NET(2-4), WPF, Windows Azure (Storage, Message Queue, Blob Containers, Role management Client : McLaren F1 Racing Team I was brought on to gather requirements from the client on-site, and develop a working solution for the McLaren team to be able to run simulations using a MatLab driven simulations program on demand. The instances of worker roles were able to have either custom installations or default installations on Azure driven by the Windows Azure Message Queue. Working independently, with the Microsoft Windows Azure MVP available as support on this project, I managed to quickly develop a working concept. This was delivered to McLaren F1, complete with a vision of potential extra work they may wish to have done. From May 2012 to June 2012 (2 months) .NET Consultant Developer @ Core technology stack : .NET(2-4), MVC (1-3), WPF, WCF, SQL Server, NUnit,, Umbraco Role within team : Lead analyst developer I steered the team to deliver robust infrastructure for current and future projects. I implemented industry standard Single Sign On (SSO) technology across the entire range of BBC Worldwide online assets, servicing 20m users per month. I was also able to find time to contribute on smaller projects and pick up slack on slower moving parts of the process and made a large contribution in a movement towards implementing an Agile process that fitted the team. From February 2012 to May 2012 (4 months) Contract Developer @ Core technology stack : .NET(2-4), MVC (1-3), WCF, SQL Server, Selenium, NUnit, Azure, NHibernate, Simple.Data (for smaller non-core additions) Role within team : Technical lead – ensuring that the work produced fitted into a shared architectural vision. At easyJet, I was the technical lead within a small sprint team, developing additions to the main website – while adhering to strict performance guidelines and following a loose version of a SCRUM methodology. While here, I was part of a lot of knowledge sharing with respect to Azure work I had done previously, and created a proof of concept for moving out particularly performance critical WCF services out to automatic instance scaling (based on CPU usage) Azure Web Roles. From August 2011 to February 2012 (7 months) .NET Consultant Developer @ Core technology stack : .NET(2-4), MVC (1-3), WCF, Silverlight, SQL Server, NUnit, Azure, Linq2Sql Role within team : Developer Client : ED+F Commodity Trading At Calvus (a small Azure focused contracting group) - I was part a medium (7 developer) sized team, in which we were charged with drawing out as many requirements from the day traders as possible and working on a trading accountancy platform. Taking part in daily standups, and following a SCRUM agile process, we developed a Silverlight front end using a mixture of bespoke controls and Telerik controls to give a slick front end to a complex, rule driven back end system. From May 2011 to September 2011 (5 months) Contract Developer @ Core technology stack : .NET(2-4), MVC (1-3), WCF, Selenium, NUnit, Azure Role within team : Developer At easyJet, I was part of a medium sized sprint team, in which I was charged with drawing out requirements from business users and developing day to day additions to the main front facing easyjet website. While here, there was a large push towards site automation for regression testing. I was a large part of creating the framework for this in such a way as to remove some of the larger stress points when working with the framework. I did this by making it as state-aware as possible – in order for developers + testers creating the BDD scripts (which were in turn converted to NUnit tests, and run via selenium) to not have to worry so much about what state steps required the script to be in. From February 2011 to May 2011 (4 months) Developer @ Core technology stack : .NET(2-4), MVC (1-3), WPF, MSTest Role within team : Developer While at SwiftCover, I was working on a new product to sell Commercial Insurance. This involved setting up a branch of a White Label solution, and customising it to achieve the business goals required for this new insurance product. In working with this, I was been appointed the “Unit Testing Champion” – and thus responsible for keeping everyone within my team up to standard with Unit Testing, while encouraging the use of TDD within the team. While here I developed WPF applications and created the product using a DSL that acted as an abstraction layer for Web Forms. From September 2010 to February 2011 (6 months) Developer @ Core technology stack : .NET(2), NUnit, Traditional Web Services Role within team : Developer While at ARC Software, I have developed several full lifecycle projects, as well as maintain previously existing projects, and mentoring of junior developers. I saw through several full lifecycle projects, and as well as creating a push towards TDD while at the company, I implemented large amounts of unit tests (NUnit) and encouraged as well as mentored as shift towards a Test Driven approach. To aid this shift, I also set up a Continuous Integration server (CruiseControl), driven from MSBuild scripts to allow daily builds from SVN From January 2009 to September 2010 (1 year 9 months) Applications Developer @ At Bauer, I worked on a greenfield website (and their first step into the ecommerce market) for Bauer - - An exclusive members e-commerce website, for high end fashion discount sales. My primary role within the team was to build bespoke admin functionality for the sales, products, and content control, within EPiServer and providing data for the front end - writing framework, business, and data tier code, and input into the software architecture / data design of the site. Alongside this, I helped with writing reports, and the warehouse integration. Additionally, I was given charge of the build process - utilising CruiseControl for a continuous integration - running with the Microsoft Tests Projects, and writing the MSBuild scripts for the daily builds / deployments to our QA server. From May 2007 to January 2009 (1 year 9 months) HND, Computer Science @ Loughborough University From 2004 to 2007 Sir Roger Manwood's School Tim Booker is skilled in: SQL Server, XML, JavaScript, CSS, ASP.NET, C#, ASP.NET MVC, TDD, Java, Ruby, Test Driven Development, Microsoft SQL Server, BDD, Scrum, Silverlight, WCF, Web Services, .NET, WPF, LINQ, Agile Methodologies, TFS, jQuery, MVC, SOA, Subversion, Web Development, Mobile Applications, OOP, Entity Framework, Software Design, Git, Software Development, Continuous Integration, SQL, Architecture, CMS, Unit Testing, Testing, Integration, E-commerce, NUnit, Visual Studio, AJAX, HTML, Web Applications, T-SQL, Databases, Amazon Web Services..., VB.NET

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