web development & design

Corinne Shea is a multi-faceted web developer with ten years of experience in the industry. Proficient in a number of technologies and skills, she has filled every role from initial client contact to final web application deployment.

As an accomplished ASP and .Net 3.5 developer, Ms. Shea is proficient in VisualStudio releases 2003 to 2010, SQLServer 2000, 2005, and 2008, IIS, ASP, C#, and CSS. Ms. Shea has also worked extensively with numerous ther technologies, including JSP, Oracle, CVS, UML, JavaScript, PHP, XHTML, XML, AJAX, and WebServices. Other significant tools employed include Dreamweaver, Enterprise Architect, and Photoshop.

In her ten years of web development Ms. Shea has played many roles. While currently chiefly an Application Developer, Ms. Shea has regularly acted as Database Architect, Database Developer, Project Manager, Desginer, Q.A. Lead, and Web Producer.

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Sisters Estates
developer, designer and architect for .Net 3.5, database application: mailing list, e-mail announcements, secured administrative interface.
Customer Service Call Tracking
developer and designer for customer service department database application: secure user based interfaces, multiple reporting features.
The New York Lawyer Public Notices
developer and designer for web application that receives and processes online orders for legal notices; email notifications.
ALM's InHouse
lead developer and architect for 1,500 user company intranet site.
ALM Corporate Site
project manager, lead developer and database architect for redesign of ALM's corporate website.
New Jersey Law Journal
lead developer (JSP, Oracle), lead producer, for redesign of New Jersey Law Journal's online content site.
Legal Times
project manager, lead developer (JSP, Oracle) for redesign of Legal Times's online content site.
Commonwealth Club of California
web producer; developer of event calendar

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