Work samples for Michael Mock
I design and build .NET websites for employers and in my spare time for non-profit organizations. Due to security reasons, much of my work is inaccessible without corporate or agency authentication.
This .NET web site provided a virtual tour of a house that we sold. The website featured seven slide shows that use xml input text files to annotate an AJAX Slideshow extender. The e-mail component enables prospective buyers to contact the realtor.
I designed this website as a gift to help Washington State University (WSU) students with learning public speaking and leadership through Toastmasters.
I organized and coordinated a group of WSU staff members to achieve the club's mission. With my leadership, this website helped us nearly double the number of students who joined and improved their communication and leadership skills. We later converted the .NET website to a WSU student organization Content Management System now maintained by the students.
This e-commerce site reserves a seat with Washington State University (WSU) admissions for incoming students by integrating various computers systems and entities.
Some maintenance delayed production deploys up to two days. My .NET group needed quicker, more reliable website maintenance deployments. So, I reprogrammed some mainframe NATURAL language interfaces to my .NET applications and leveraged the mainframe software versioning and the Software AG Enterprise Service Bus Entire-X middleware. That website related maintenance could then be correctly deployed within about 15 minutes.
On my own initiative I improved some systems reliability by loosening some Washington State University (WSU) websites' coupling from the mainframe computer. The Fields Of Study web site evolved into this current design that is now more loosely coupled.
By implementing better encapsulation, small changes on the mainframe could not so easily corrupt the .NET web applications on the servers. Given my work ethic, such refactoring never delayed my timely, accurate, functioning deliverables.
The Washington State University (WSU) CIO / Vice President of Information Systems had this website built to provide secrecy regarding third party software selection for replacing the aging information systems.
I volunteered, cleaned up the design to improve its security. I then trained a co-worker who now maintains this web site.
Move the mouse pointer over these sample letters. My co-workers say many good things about me.
Some pro bono web sites
This .NET web site was my gift to a non-profit charity organization. The website Google Applications, Google Account functionality, XML, and a free, no-charge community service HTML hosting account offering the Pullman Knights the best in affordability and easy maintenance.
This .NET web site helps a non-profit charity organization share its message to the world. It helps with efficiently and effectively coordinating a large group of volunteer members.
An older web site
"Thanks for your focus on creating the claims processing tool for the Reinsurance program. Your determination to obtain a superior tool will benefit the user and the company."
Patricia Pardue Regence BlueShield of Idaho
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