Sam Wang is highly skilled in software engineering, including the design, development, and implementation of software programs and utilities supporting existing software. He has more than 19 years of experience in creating software, subsystems, and utilities by using formal specifications and computer-aided software engineering (CASE) tools. He assists with interpreting requirements, testing, and systems integration. His experience includes using object-oriented and client/server tools to develop applications for decision support, cost analysis, health care supply and demand simulation modeling, data processing, and automating manual processes.
Mr. Wang has extensive experience creating ESRI ArcGIS-based spatial analysis and data representation applications integrated with supporting geoprocessing tools and geospatial data processing scripts. He assisted in developing custom ESRI ArcGIS Server based GIS Web applications in ASP.NET and continues to maintain and add additional functionality to them; integrating ESRI ArcGIS with SAS/EBI in both client and server side components; developing geoprocessing scripts to automate content generation and manipulate both spatial and attribute data, geocode address locations, create population weighted centroid locations, create a drive time matrix lookup table between various points of interest; updating and maintaining an ArcIMS, Java Servlet Pages-based Web mapping application; and developing an integrated client/server application with eight different interfaces. He also developed simulation models crucial to the success of federal telemedicine projects.
Through analysis and revision of data collection and retrieval methods and system design, Mr. Wang has improved the efficiency of many projects. He is a member of the support team that maintains noncorporate servers and network infrastructure used by project work efforts. He is experienced in a wide range of computer languages (e.g., C#, VB.NET, Object Pascal, Python, Java, C, VB/VBA), databases (e.g., Oracle, SQL Server, DB2, Microsoft Access), and operating systems (e.g., Windows, AIX, Linux, Unix).