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Hello! I’m Joshua Webster

About me...

My name is Joshua Webster. I have been working in the computer science fields on and off since I was in high school. I had my first internship at NASA when I was 16, working in the propulsion lab on a project dealing with the oxygen thrusters on the nose cone of the space shuttle. After this, I joined the U.S. Army and proudly served for 8 years until I received my medical discharge due to injuries sustained overseas. I used this opportunity to go back to school and receive my degree in Computer Science/Math. I love every facet of technology both in work and out and am constantly learning as much as I possibly can to further myself and satiate my need for self-improvement. In any CS industry learning never ends; there is always something new to learn.

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My Experience

Roles & Responsibilities

May 2019 - Present

DevOps / Release Manager, Trustwave Holdings

Manage the release/DevOps team. Coordinating release schedules and hotfixes. Maintain the CI/CD pipeline to ensure timely code deployments. Managed multiple code environments, both on premises and in the AWS cloud.

August 2017 - Present

Responsible for the management, strategy and execution of IT infrastructure for an organization. Typical job duties include: Overseeing technical projects in alignment with organizational goals. Directing the effective delivery of networks, development, and disaster recovery systems and processes.

March 2016 - May 2019

Senior DevOps Engineer, Lands' End

Maintained automation and build/configuration management solutions across multiple data centers and hundreds of servers. Maintained monitoring solutions and alerting for all systems.

January 2014 - December 2018

UE4 Gameplay Programmer / DevOps Engineer, Offworld Industries

Responsible of developing and maintaining physic related functionalities in order to create a game that simulates actions such as collisions, moving objects, gravity, soft bodies, fluids, etc.

April 2014 - March 2016

Senior Database Administrator, Stinger Ghaffarian Technologies

Managed very large database systems for DOI/NASA's remote sensing platforms. We utilized MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, MSQL, and even NoSQL databases such as Cassandra and Mongo DB.

August 2009 - April 2014

Software Engineer 2, General Dynamics C4 Systems

Database administration, extensive automation and verification testing, as well as server management for both test and production level build servers. Wrote many automated testing scripts in multiple languages as well as C# and .NET. Provided a leadership role on multiple projects to assist in software design.

March 2003 - August 2008

Staff Sergeant, United States Army

Assigned as Squad Leader, responsible for the health, welfare, morale, and combat readiness of a six man squad in a Rapid Deployment Platoon of the Infantry Division; Assisted platoon sergeant in developing and implementing individual training; provided technical guidance and support to subordanates.

March 2001 - December 2001

Internship (SHARP), NASA

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My Studies

August 2009 - May 2014

B.S. Computer Science / Mathematics
Jacksonville State University

August 2018 - Present

M.S. Computer Science
Georgia Tech

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My Skills

As a lifelong learner, I’m constantly expanding my skill set through professional and personal experiences. Below you will find some of my key abilities, along with how these skills have led to success.



How people build software



Simple IT Automation



Debug your app, not your environment



Production-Grade Container Orchestration



Cloud Computing


Programming Languages

Python, C/C++, Bash, Perl, Ruby, PHP, Java, Node.JS



Build great things at any scale



Oracle, PostgreSQL, MySQL, SQL Server, Mongo, Cassandra

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"The best way to predict the future is to create it"

Abraham Lincoln

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