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“ Thomas Rodriguez is currently a database engineer for Kaiser Permanente’s Medicare Operations Reporting department. He writes data solutions using ETL’s, stored procedures and good communication. He also is a full stack web developer creating projects such as tossbounty.com, tommyr.me, and freegex.com.
> Junior database engineer solving problems for the Medicare Operations Reporting department in the form of ETLs and stored procedures for the MSSQL platform. Data was sourced from a number of Kaiser medicare databases and transformed into fuel for billing analytics, and quality metrics. Awarded Alteryx Core Certification.
> Junior software engineer working for Parallel6 putting together a web platform for clinical trials. Features helped with included writing a data model for interfacing with a third party clinical trial management system and content caching for core content storage.
After seeing a problem with funding open source, TossBounty was conceived and built with Elixir/Phoenix, and Elm along with Stripe for processing to allow maintainers to easily create campaigns. Code is at github.com/trodrigu/toss_bounty and github.com/trodrigu/toss_bounty_frontend.
Many times when processing large amounts of data a regex pattern was needed to parse out something specific. In order to scratch this itch, freegex.com was created. The code is at https://github.com/trodrigu
I write frequently about Elm and Elixir at https://tommyr.me
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