Professional software designer and developer with a breadth of experience supporting commercial, government, laboratory and university entities building desktop and web based software systems.
Founder and owner of BugBytes, Inc, a small corporation that publishes a select handful of software titles and provides software consulting services leveraging Microsoft and Java technologies. Major projects include:
As a software consultant, designed and implemented custom solutions for customers utilizing Microsoft technologies including .NET, ASP.NET, InfoPath, SharePoint, SQL Server and Reporting Services. Major projects include:
As a research consultant, designed and implemented software solutions to scientific and administrative challenges within the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration using Java, ArcIMS, .NET, SQL Server, MySQL, ASP, Visual Basic, Access, Cocoon 2.0, XSLT and HTML technologies. Major projects include:
Recent Training: Windows 8 Development Camps, Sencha ExtJS
Frequently attended training opportunities: Devscovery, MADExpo, Central Maryland Association of .NET Professionals (CMAP) Code Camp, Northern Virginia Code Camp, Rockville .NET User Group, CMAP User Group
Podcast Subscriptions: .NET Rocks!, The Tablet Show, Hanselminutes, RunAs Radio, Community Megaphone Podcast, The Dave Ramsey Show, The Entreleadership Podcast, Herding Code, Software Engineering Radio, The Digital Lifestyle Show and TED talks.
Fabritz, Jason E. and Nancy N. Soreide, "Using Java, XML and XSLT to Create Secure Internal Access to Local NOAA Research Science Project and Budget Information", 18th International Conference on Interactive Information and Processing Systems (IIPS) for Meteorology, Oceanography, and Hydrology AMS, 13-17 January 2002, Orlando, FL
Jason E. Fabritz and Donald W. Denbo, "Automated Scanning of Observational Datasets for the Generation of Formal Metadata", 18th International Conference on Interactive Information and Processing Systems (IIPS) for Meteorology, Oceanography, and Hydrology AMS, 13-17 January 2002, Orlando, FL
Fabritz, Jason, Joel Massmann, and Derek Booth, Development of a Three-Dimensional, Numerical Groundwater Flow Model for the Duwamish River Basin", Center for Urban Water Resources Management, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Washington, 1998.
Fabritz, Jason, "A Two Dimensional Numerical Model for Simulating the Movement and Biodegradation of Contaminants in a Saturated Aquifer", M.S. Thesis, The University of Washington, Seattle, Washington.