Accomplished applications software developer with extensive experience in creating effective database-driven, web-enabled applications that help users efficiently meet their needs. Outstanding writing skills include technical and user documentation, manuals, marketing materials, and articles. Excellent project task estimation and team leadership skills. Active mentoring of more junior colleagues. Proven track record of delivering quality code on time and within budget.
Applications Development: Design, implementation, and support of database-driven web sites, medical/healthcare, and other DBMS-oriented applications
Project development and management:
An annotated list of some websites I've worked on
Worcester Polytechnic Institute Java Certificate Program
M.S., Technology and Human Affairs, Washington University in St. Louis
B.S., Computer Science, Washington University in St. Louis
"Deep Web Content and Internet Discovery: Exposing Harvard University's Library's Digital Resources to Search Engines". Roberta Fox, Michael Vandermillen, and Spencer McEwen, Harvard University Library. A presentation At the Digital Library Fediration Fall 2008 Forum.
"Paint Shop Pro 7: Finally Ready for 'Web Time'", by Bobbi Fox, in WebTools.com, 20 February 2001. (http://web.archive.org/web/20011201231500/www.webtools.com/story/printableArticle?doc_id=TLS20010216S0001)
"Creating a 'Web Site on a Shoestring': Tips for Budget- and Time- Constrained Sites", by Bobbi Fox, in WebTools.com, 24 November 1999. ( http://web.archive.org/web/20001208035000/webtools.com/story/printableArticle?doc_id=TLS19991124S0001)
"Using M to Navigate Multiple Step Clinical Algorithms Over Time", Marilyn D. Paterno, Rita D. Zielstorff, Mark Segal, Jonathan M. Teich, Gilad J. Kuperman, and Roberta L. Fox, M Computing, September 1999; 7(4): 12.
"Protocols, Pathways, and Practice Guidelines: Defining Multiple Step Clinical Algorithms for Automated Navigation." (Abstract), by Marilyn D. Paterno, Rita D. Zielstorff, Jonathan M. Teich, Mark Segal, and Roberta L. Fox, Proceedings AMIA Fall Symposium (1998)
"P-CAPE: A High-Level Tool For Entering and Processing Clinical Practice Guidelines", by Rita D. Zielstorff, Jonathan M. Teich , Marilyn D. Paterno, Mark Segal, Gilad J. Kuperman, Frederick L. Hiltz, Roberta L. Fox, Proceedings AMIA Fall Symposium (1998) :478-82.
"Bobbi Fox's Rules for Sensible Usenet Use", in The Internet Guide for New Users, by Daniel P. Dern, McGraw-Hill, 1993, pages 242-243.
"Using a Sophisticated MUMPS Development Tool to Create a Complex Application", a presentation at the MUMPS Users' Group Meeting, June, 1986, San Diego, California
"Computerized Labor and Delivery Logbook: A First Step to a Perinatal Database in a University-Affiliated Community Hospital", by Fredrik F. Broekhuizen, M.D. and Roberta Fox, M.S., American Journal of Perinatology, Volume 2, Number 2, April 1985.
"Enhancing System Utility Through Integration of Applications in an Ambulatory Medicine Training Clinic", by Roberta L. Fox, M.S., David P. Sheridan, M.D., and Thomas C. Jackson, M.D., in Proceedings MEDCOMP '82 -- First IEEE Computer Society International Conference on Medical Computer Science/Computational Medicine, September, 1982.
Report Number THA/CDT 80/3: "Development of Design Criteria for a Computerized Patient Interviewing / Education System for Diabetic Diet Adherence", by Roberta L. Fox, M.S., published by the Department of Technology and Human Affairs and Center for Development Technology, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, May 1980.
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