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Team

Role:
Project Manager
Tim has over 25 years of experience in development in numerous languages and project management. On the Drupal team, he is currently acting as project lead and developer for the NSDD Knowledge Management Website (KMW).  He holds a BS in Computer Science from WSU. In the picture, he's the one on the left.
Role:
Project Manager
Lead Developer for the Collaboration Solutions team. Working on upgrading 2010 SharePointsites and features to SharePoint 2013 sites and apps. I work with clients from all over the lab as well as built relations with clients outside the lab. I meet with clients to discuss requirements, built estimates and mock ups, mentor junior staff members, build custom workflows, forms, and apps.
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Developer, Technical Lead
James Marks is a Drupal developer with more than a decade of experience in web application design, development and maintenance with an emphasis on custom module development and systems integration. Prior to joining PNNL as a software developer, James worked as a web application developer for Mercy Corps building and maintaining multiple Drupal-based intranet sites and systems, and as an editorial systems programmer and webmaster for the Pamplin Media Group automating newsroom workflow and...
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Developer, Technical Lead
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Tester
I am an experienced, self-motivated software quality professional with a Bachelors Degree. I am a detail-oriented,efficient individual, who is organized, focused, and adaptable. I learn quickly, work efficiently, and am always eagerto take on new tasks. 
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Developer
Experienced Information Architect with a demonstrated history of working in the research industry. Skilled inContent Strategy, Web Content Creation, Web Content Writing, Web Presence management and governance,Technical writing and editing, and Drupal site building. 
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Developer, Server Administrator, Technical Lead
With experience in several languages, frameworks, and other tools, Thom Williams brings a learning attitude and problem solving skills developed over 8 plus years of web and software development. As a project lead on several projects within the PNNL's Drupal capability, he not only builds Drupal websites, but is constantly looking for new ways to improve how Drupal is used and developed at PNNL. Previously Thom worked as a web and software developer for Dill Pixel, LLC. Here he used PHP,...
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Designer, Developer, Technical Lead
Trisha maintains a number of roles within projects on the PNNL Drupal team, from client interactions to mid-level development, from mockups to full site design and framework building. Her expertise is in website UI development. Her work on the Drupal team has helped to build team styling standards and best practices, as well as strong mobile-friendly and easily adaptable website design. She employs a variety of skills in using HTML, CSS, Javascript, PHP, and the Drupal site framework system, as...
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Developer
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Developer
Isaac is a learning full stack developer with a background in mechanical engineering. He's passionate about developing sustainable code and processes.
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Developer
Jeanne's roles varies within the PNNL Drupal team from client interactions to mid-level development, to framework building. Although her expertise is in website UI development and digital technology, her passion lies in working directly with clients to provide the best solutions for their project. 
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Developer
Software Engineer with experience in image and video processing, hydrologic modeling, and custom wiki development.
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Developer
Always trying to stay current with the latest front-end web technologies. Supporter of web standards and webaccessibility. 
Role:
Developer
Hello! I am a Software Engineer from Richland, Washington. I am going to graduate in December of 2019 from BYU-Idaho. I am currently seeking a Software Developer internship. I am well experienced in C++, Java, Python,and JavaScript. Don't hesitate to contact me for more information. 
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