Currently, Mr. Reider is a technical architect and team member responsible for overseeing development of services designed to allow interaction with an Enterprise Repository. This repository is designed to help various government agencies collect, share, version, and implement software and service reuse through an agreed-upon framework.
In the recent past, Mr. Reider was a task lead and ScrumMaster for a group of developers utilizing the agile Scrum methodology to develop prototypes of software that utilize various standards-based and geospatial web services. Mr. Reider has over 10 years of experience with increasing responsibilities in software development, focusing on XML content management, web services, and related technologies.
In addition to participating as a software engineer and programmer, Mr. Reider has lead product teams responsible for designing, developing, and maintaining content management systems, web applications, web services and SOA-based software efforts.
For several years, Mr. Reider has participated as an instructor/facilitator at the University of Phoenix, and has recently been promoted to a campus chair for the Northern Virginia BSIT program.
Specialties: XML and XSL, Information and Configuration Management processes and tools, Documentum, Service Oriented Architecture, certified Scrummaster for agile development
March 2011 - Present, Chantilly, VA, United States
At Fosgail, I am a member of a technical team that oversees various development efforts that are moving towards and integrated SOA framework.
University of Phoenix,
May 2009 - Present, Reston, VA, United States
I was asked to join the NoVA faculty by a coworker, and have taught various IT courses at the Reston and Arlington locations. Last year, I was promoted to IT chair.
April 2000 - March 2011, Vienna, VA, United States
At SAIC, I worked as a developer, analyst, and eventually Task Lead, Program Manager, Technical Lead, and Scrummaster.