Position: J2EE Solutions Consultant, Team Leader
Hewlett Packard. (http://www.hp.com).
Safeway Corporation. (http://www.safeway.com).
Safeway’s current Base24 system will be modified by ACI (the vendor of Base24) to process fastforward ™ enrollments and ACH payments via fastforward ™ card. Payments data will be maintained in a separate environment to be known as the Blackhawk Payments Database outside of the Base24 application. The Base24 application package will serve as the primary source for input data to the Blackhawk Payments Database. Concurrent with the modification of Base24 to support fastforward ™, Safeway and Blackhawk will deploy ACH processing alternative to Concord EFS. The use of Concord EFS as a payments processor for ACH transactions will be replaced mainly with the new Base24 functionality, but some Customer Service and Reporting functionality will need to be developed. The new system was rolled out to 2,000 Safeway stores successfully.
Scope of Duties:
Mr. Knutson was solely responsible for the entire software lifecycle of the WebSphere and User Interface portion of fastforward ™. This included analysis of problem space, create of use-case documents and diagrams, design artifacts, build system, programming, QA, and testing of solution. Mick had full autonomy to employ various solutions to allow for a more robust application that would reduce maintenance, and allow easy adaptation to new and emerging business requirements.
Java 2 (1.4.2), J2EE 1.3/1.4, EJB 2.1, Rational Unified Process (RUP), Rational XDE, Websphere 5.1.1, WSAD, UML, JTA, XML, JaxRPC, XDoclet, Spring, Maven, Struts 1.2, JSF, DB2/UDB, SOAP, Axis 1.2, UDDI, WSDL.