I'm currently a Systems Administrator at the University of the West Indies Open Campus with the responsibilities of managing the organisation’s Learning Management Systems. I'm a Graduate of the University of the West Indies with an MPhil in Computer Science and has served as a Director of the Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society and with extensive experience in the area of Open Source Software.
I am also a software developer with experience in both web based and mobile applications. I have developed applications using the Linux/Apache/PHP/MySQL stack as well as Python and Flask. My most recent experience is with the development and implementation on Cloud based infrastructures such as Amazon Web Services where I hold certifications as an AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate and AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner.
My research involved computer vision using Open Source technologies such as OpenCV and Internet of Things using hardware platforms such as the Raspberry Pi and Ardiuno.
During 2006-2007, I was the Regional IS/IT for the South West Regional Health Authority responsible for overseeing the IS/IT and communicating services of two (2) Hospitals, two (2) District Health Facilities and thirty three (33) Health Centres.
In 2005, I was awarded a grant for Google Code Programme to develop Open Source Component for Apache Forrest Project. Previously, I was at the University of the West Indies as the Lead Software Developer on the Burrokeet Project, an Open Source Learning Content Management System developed in conjunction with IBM.