Chris found his love for science when he attended a high school summer science program at the University of Florida, where he built his first spreadsheet to model floodplains in central Florida. From high school, Chris pursued a degree in statistics in college, and upon graduation, his first job was working for the Department of Transportation, creating datasets of complex queries.
Combining Chris’ love for science and technology, he developed a Textbook Management Point-of-Sale system and an E-Commerce site that would list inventory and price books based on competition to sell on Amazon Marketplace. Additionally, he developed a barcode system for inventory tracking, while setting up the VPN that would manage the network between the warehouse, retail, and the remote webserver.
Chris continued to develop his programming skills while building and maintaining multiple business intelligence and reporting tools for many US and international agencies. One of his projects used PHP development, where he gained the skills needed for his work with this client. Since joining the project, Chris has earned the respect and confidence of the Deputy Program Manager who said, “With regard to Chris, he has met and exceeded all my expectations. He has been extremely helpful and has integrated well with the team.” Additionally, Chris was recently awarded majority remote capability (before COVID-19) and a contract extension to support our client well beyond the original task order.
Congratulations, Chris. Your entire on-site (client) and off-site (TSGi) team appreciates your hard work, professionalism, and dedication to your craft. Thank you for being part of Team Squires and helping our client Build Great systems!