TommyRays Portfolio for Potential Employers
Since I have only recently graduatd college for a degree of Web Programmer analyst, there is not a lot of projects I can list so I am placing them here for the time being.
College Student News organization The Flyer CMS
A Silverlight based game done with a Data grid called Robattle.
A PHP based Virtual Humane Society (Unfinished)
Of possible interest may be my research on how computer generated images affect human visual perception. I've worked extensively with popular CMS platforms such as Joomla and Wordpress (Examples on request) and the latest HTML5 methods of progressive enhancement for new web presences. (Example here.)
I've scanned & compiled some examples of the results of my past work results in the form of thank you correspondence, training certificates and competitive results from contests. Scanned images are of actual company correspondence, of which I have hardcopies. (Personal and specific information has been omitted due to obvious privacy and security reasons.) This portfolio covers my experiences as both a CSR and an ITSA in the telecommunications and internet fields and does not cover my PC-Repair or Web-Design capabilities.
Web-Based Training Courses:
I have taken other numerous training and educational courses, through employers as well as online with my own initiative.
Kudos & Thank You Examples:
These are a select few of the many I had recieved. I took pride in the fact that I retained customers and kept my supervisor free from dealing with an unsatisfied customer.
One of a Few Sales Contests:
The company held a few sales contests that ran 1 month. Here are the results at the Half-Way Mark. And I kept that lead up until the end of the contest. When it was over, I recieved a congratulatory messege from my superior. I had won all contests albeit for the last which had a 'lottery' drawing in order to make it more fair to others.
* The above are scanned images of actual company correspondence of which I have hardcopies. Personal and specific information has been omitted due to obvious privacy and security reasons.
Last Updated (Tuesday, 20 November 2012 11:43)