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Lehi Alcantara IT Engineer Software Developer at Brigham Young University lehilds@gmail.com

Summary Experienced Information Technology Engineer with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry. Skilled in IBM DB2, Oracle Database, PHP, Databases, and Java. Strong engineering professional with a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) focused in Information Technology from Brigham Young University.

Experience IT Engineer Software Developer at Brigham Young University September 2014 - Present Developed and maintained web-based applications to support University needs. Applications usage ranges from students to University faculty.

Programmer at Walmart August 2012 - September 2014 (2 years 2 months) Developed and maintained financial application services to support business needs. Used technologies such as: ASP.NET, VB, C#, IBM database db2, WPF and Lombardi Teamworks.

Computer Programmer at Brigham Young University May 2011 - September 2012 (1 year 5 months) • Developed a website that allows students to schedule an appointment with a tutor. Authentication was done via Google accounts, as well as through the department’s own MySQL database. • Developed a website to display a newsfeed, calendar, and picture gallery. On the front-end, jQuery was used for the UI and Ajax calls were made to retrieve information from MySQL database. • Developed website that enabled faculty to perform a book search. Google Books API was used to retrieve book information. • Developed an Android Application that allows users to search Humanities Media Movies and play the movies in an Android Device. Information Systems Intern at Walmart May 2011 - August 2011 (4 months) • Worked as a software developer on an ASP.NET MVC web application, with jQuery on the frontend. The application is designed for suppliers and my focus was to improve supplier usability. I worked on client –side grids to represent data that was more organized and user-friendly to the suppliers. • Developed web-based reporting tool. This helped managers generate custom reports which were sortable in order to meet their needs. • Fixed bugs that were reported by QA. This gave me a better understanding of the code-base as a whole, and enabled me to more fully understand the customer’s needs.

Education Brigham Young University Bachelor of Science (B.S.), Information Technology, 2008 - 2012 Activities and Societies: SHPE Utah Valley University Associate of Science (A.S.), University Studies, 2007 - 2008