About Me

My name is Ana Del Campo, I am a Mexican born and raised / senior consultant / software developer / actuary / clarinet player working at iCorps Technologies, a technology consulting firm in NYC.

I use the internet all the time to search for solutions to the problems I encounter, it is only fair I share what I have learned once in a while.

What I like the most is building, training, and mentoring high-performing teams and consistently delivering innovative and problem oriented software solutions.

For almost 20 years, successfully planning, monitoring and driving the on-time and within budget delivery of complex technology, business, and process improvement solutions.

Worked with a variety of industries, such as private equity, communications, construction, governmental agencies, insurance, surety bonds, law firms and computer telephony companies.

Core Skills

  • Languages: C#, VB.NET, ASP.NET MVC 4 / 5, ASP.NET Web-Forms, Win Forms, Java Script, JQuery, XML XSD, XSLT, HTML5, CSS3, LINQ, ADO, WCF, WCF DS, Web Services, VB 4,5,6 Classic ASP , SOAP, Octave, MathLab, R
  •  Databases: MS SQL Server, Oracle, MS Access, MySQL
  •  Design / Process: SDLC, Agile approaches, Object Oriented Design, Iteration, Refactoring, User Story Mapping
  • Networking / Administration: TCP/IP, HTTP, UDP

* Society of Actuaries Candidate – Passed P Exam
Fundamentals of Project Management – University of Virginia – Darden School of Business
Data Science Specialization

  • The Data Scientists Toolbox
  • R Programming
  • Getting and Cleaning Data
  • Exploratory Data Analysis
  • Reproducible Research

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