My name is Anna Steglinski. I'm a graduate (May 2010) of Rochester Institute of
Technology where I studied New Media Interactive
Development (New Media I.D.). As a New Media I.D. student, my education
focused on web development using PHP and Flash. In contrast, my professional career
has almost solely been using ASP.NET, and C#. Currently I am a .NET Developer for
eHealth Technologies, a position
that I started in January 2013.
Upon graduating from RIT, I accepted a position with
Brand Integrity; a local software company that specializes in employee engagement.
I was hired as the sole full-time developer in 2010 and was responsible for providing customer support as well as bug
fixes and the development of new features for their proprietary software
Potential Point. In
the two and half years that I was with Brand
Integrity the team grew to three full time developers along with a few interns
from RIT. Together we worked within the agile framework of SCRUM to complete 2-4
week sprints and monthly releases. With the growth of the team my responsibilities
grew to include mentoring the interns, helping them learn how to program in a business
environment, which was a role that I found both challenging and rewarding. In the
future I hope to continue to have the opportunity to mentor young developers in
order to give them the same opportunities I had as a student.
In my four years at RIT, I held a number of freelance and part-time web development
jobs during the school year. During the summers between classes I completed 3 three-month
internships with local web development and software companies. From the summer of
2008 until January 2009 I worked on the development team at
NimbleUser (formerly VanDamme Associates, Inc.) as co-op and part-time
worker converting website designs into ASP.NET web projects as well as integrating
them with Ektron Content Management System..
In the summer of 2009 I worked for the Layer 8
Group where I helped develop custom administration pages in VB.NET as well
as convert PSD designs into cross-browser compatible HTML/CSS websites that were
integrated with DotNetNuke. In the fall of 2009 I completed my final co-op at Grants Office, LLC where I spent 3 months
developing a better search function for their grants database as well as a way to
automate the process of creating research reports for their clients. In an ongoing
effort to enhance their website I continued to work with them on a part-time basis
over the course of my final year in college.
I am not actively seeking employment opportunities; however I am always willing
to hear what opportunities are available. Please feel free to
contact me with anything you feel I might be interested in.
My name is Anna Steglinski, I'm
and graduated from Rochester Institute of Technology in May of 2010 with
a degree in New Media Interactive Development
(New Media I.D.). I was born and raised in the Western Massachusetts area, living
in Huntington, MA until 2006 when I moved out to Rochester, NY to attend school.
Having completed my degree, I accepted a position with
Brand Integrity where I am working to help support and improve the
Potential Point platform as well as provide support to their clients,
which I held for two and a half years. Currently, I am working for
eHealth Technologies as a .NET Developer. There I work to develop new features
for the company's software helping doctors and hospitals communicated and transfer
diagnostic images electronically.
I started making websites in 6th grade (2000), creating my first Harry Potter website
using Homestead's page maker. Eventually enjoyed this so much I taught myself HTML
and began to expand and improve my website. Over the course of a few years it evolved
eventually becoming Bludgers 'N Broomsticks. I kept with this site until 10th grade
(2004) where I sold it to one of the volunteer staff members that I had "working"
for me keeping the information up to date. The site eventually had become a collaborative
effort between me and a few volunteers who had various jobs from creating new content,
gathering news, or updating content. However the entire site was primarily managed
My junior year of high school I joined with a few other developers to create an
online web-hosting business called Revo Hosting. As one of the co-owners I saw to
the daily maintence of the website, managed the company's expenditures and helped
gather new customers. Eventually as my senior year approached I had less time to
be involved with the company and gave control of it over to one of the other owners.
In 2006 I started my formal education at R.I.T. in the New Media Interactive Development
program (formerly Information Technology - New Media). Since then I have been learning
HTML, CSS, learning new techniques to make websites more practical and efficient
- such as having content driven from a database. As part of my graduation requirements
I am required to complete three quarters (each ten weeks long) of full-time paid
work in the field of my major (Co-op's). I completed my first block in the summer
of 2008 with NimbleUser, my second block
in the summer of 2009 with the Layer 8 Group,
and my final block in the fall of 2009 with the
Grants Office, LLC. Over the course of these Co-op's I learned to code and
program in ASP.NET with C# and Visual Basic as code behind, getting my hands dirty
with SQL Server. This area has become my speciality and where I have focused my
In my spare time, I am heavily involved with
Northridge Church. I spend most of my time connecting with fellow young
adults through community groups, Bible studies, one of which I have the pleasure
of co-leading, as well as through other non-church sponsored events. On the side,
I do weekly uploads of the weeks sermon to the church's mobile app as well as occasional
web work whenever needed.
For a full list of my skills please reference my resume.