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John Thomas Stagich
8670 Shadowbrook Cove, Germantown, TN 38139
Cell: (901) 219-9266, Home: (901) 754-0910
Web Site:
September 2013 – October 2013
Navex, Inc.
Memphis, TN 38141
.NET Contractor
I enhanced an Automobile Management System comprised of desktop, web, and web service applications. I also
moved two in-house web applications and databases to Windows Azure (Microsoft’s cloud platform).
February 2013 – August 2013
MorphoTrust USA
Nashville, TN 37214
Senior WPF Software Engineer
I worked on a team with four other developers enhancing a Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) enrollment
application for the Transportation Security Authorization (TSA). Transportation authority officials use this
application to help transportation workers and employees apply for a Transportation Worker Identity Credential
(TWIC) card. As part of the enrollment process, the application gathers biometric and biographical information
about the applicant.
July 2012 – December 2012
Memphis, TN 38103
Product Manager
Smartmart is an innovative, fully automated, unmanned, drive-thru store with a touch screen allowing customers
to shop from their driver's seat and avoid waiting in long checkout lines. As Product Manager, I developed and
supported the software that operated the Smartmart store. My most significant accomplishment while at
Smartmart was integrating MEI cash and coin machines into the Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) touch
screen shopping application.
American Snuff Company, LLC
Memphis, TN 38103
September 2009 – June 2012
July 2013 – October 2013
Senior .NET Application Developer
As an independent contractor, I provided support and development services for American Snuff. American Snuff
produces and sells tobacco products. Previous applications that were supported included the company web site,
vendor managed inventory, and sales force automation. The tools used to provide support included Visual Studio
2010 (C# and Visual Basic), Microsoft SQL 2008, SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS), SQL Server
Reporting Services (SSRS), and Team Foundation Server (TFS). A major application I developed at American
Snuff was a Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) application that replaced a paper-based process for the
receiving of tobacco from farmers. With this application in place, American Snuff more than doubled its
receiving capabilities.
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Global Knowledge Management
February 2009 – September 2009
Greenwood, Indiana
.NET Contractor
I worked from home as an independent contractor for Global Knowledge Management. I provided support for the
ARMDD (Asset, Reliability, and Maintenance Data Delivery System) product. I was also tasked with the rewrite
of the ARMDD application using Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 and Microsoft SQL 2008. The user interface for
the new client application was being developed with Microsoft Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF).
American Snuff Company, LLC
September 2008 – February 2009
Memphis, TN 38103
Senior .NET Developer
This position was a contract position through Vaco Technology. American Snuff produces and sells tobacco
products. I developed a Windows .NET application for the manufacturing department to track tobacco boxes
from production in Clarksville, TN to final manufacturing in Memphis, TN and Winston Salem, NC. The
development environment consisted of Visual Studio 2008 and Microsoft SQL 2005. This application also
incorporated Microsoft SQL Reporting Services (SSRS) and the Unit Testing component of Visual Studio 2008.
First Horizon
July 2008 – September 2008
Memphis, TN 38103
Senior ASP.NET Developer
This position was a contract position through TEK Systems. The development environment consisted of Visual
Studio 2005 and Microsoft SQL 2000. The focus of the contract dealt with making improvements to the new
Mortgage Sales Management System intranet application.
Hilton Hotels
August 2007 – June 2008
Memphis, TN 38138
Senior ASP.NET Developer
This position was a contract position through JDResources. The assignment involved converting Hilton’s
Property Information Management application from a client-based application to a web-based application. The
software development environment consisted of Microsoft Team Foundation Server, Microsoft Visual Studio
2008 (Team Edition for Software Developers), ASP.NET 3.5, and Microsoft SQL 2005.
The new web-based Property Information Management application made heavy use of Business Objects, Ajax
Controls, and Cascading Style Sheets.
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International Paper
April 2006 – August 2007
Memphis, TN 38138
Project Lead ASP.NET
This position was a contract position through Cook Systems. The software environment consisted of Microsoft
Team Foundation Server, Microsoft Visual Studio 2003, Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 (Team Edition for
Software Developers), Classic ASP, ASP.NET, Visual Source Safe, Microsoft SQL 2000 and 2005, Microsoft
Access, DB2, Crystal Reports, Lotus Notes, Microsoft Project, and Microsoft SharePoint.
Assignments included migrating VB6, Classic ASP, and ASP.NET 1.1 applications to Visual Studio 2005,
creating new ASP.NET 2.0 web applications, enhancing existing .Net and Windows forms applications, and
creating Windows services. Microsoft SharePoint was used to track assignments and provide a central repository
for project documentation.
St. Jude Children’s Hospital
2004 – 2006
332 North Lauderdale, Memphis, TN 38105
Project Leader for Radiological Sciences
I managed and supervised a computational staff comprised of three software engineers and one system
I was responsible for the content and development of the Division of Translational Imaging Research web
I developed an application to automate the viewing of scanned MRI protocol documents and notes. The
application was built with Visual Studio Professional 2005, C#, Crystal Reports, and Microsoft SQL Server
2002 – 2004
3030 Jackson Ave, Memphis, TN 38151
Senior Business Systems Analyst
I worked with a team that was attempting to convert Schering-Plough HealthCare’s proprietary Scientific and
Regulatory system over to a new integrated system. The components of this new system included LabWare
LIMS, a laboratory information management system; Waters Empower, a chromatography data acquisition
system; and Documentum, a document management system. Both the LabWare LIMS and Waters Empower
products used Oracle for their database.
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Barr Pharmaceuticals
1994 – 2002
7155 East Kemper Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45213
Director of Scientific Information Services (SIS)
1997 – 2002
I was promoted to this position in January of 1997 as an Associate Director. In August of 2001, I was promoted
to Director. I managed and administered software applications used by Barr’s Quality Control and Research and
Development labs at the Cincinnati location.
Systems Administrator/Systems Analyst
1994 – 1997
I assumed a dual role in managing an HP-9000 UNIX machine running MAI Corporation’s Manbase. Manbase
was a customer-oriented manufacturing management system (ERP/MRP).
University of Cincinnati
Spring – 1994
This position was a part-time position where I taught a Data Structures course.
Technical Summary
Development Tools: Visual Studio 2003-2012, Expression Blend 4.0, and Microsoft Enterprise Library 5.0
Database Applications/Tools: Microsoft SQL Server 2000-2012; Microsoft Access, Oracle, T-SQL,
Microsoft SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS), Entity Framework, and ADO.NET
Software Development and Management Tools: ASP.NET, WPF, Windows Forms, Microsoft Team
Foundation Server, Subversion, YouTRACK, Rational Rose, Rational RequisitePro, Lotus Notes, and Microsoft
Language Proficiencies: C#, VB.Net, XAML, Java Script, HTML, Visual Basic, Assembler, C, POSIX Shell
Script, Pascal, COBOL, and X-Windows
Operating System Environments: Windows 7 and XP; Windows Azure; Linux (SuSE 9.3); HP-9000, HPUX; Vax 4000 VMS; Concurrent, O/S 3220; IBM 3090, MVS/CMS
PC Applications: Excel, Word, Visio, and Power Point
Reporting Applications: Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) and Crystal Reports
Content Management: Microsoft SharePoint
Science Systems: TotalChrom (PerkinElmer) and Waters Empower chromatography data acquisition systems,
LabWare LIMS, and Calibration Manager
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Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS)/Web Client Development
Board Member Memphis .Net Users Group, Director of Sponsorship, and help maintain the group’s web site.
University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky
Master of Science - Computer Science
Union County College, Scotch Plains, New Jersey
Associate in Applied Science - Computer Science/Data Processing
Kansas University, Lawrence, Kansas
Bachelor of Science - Biology