Below are a few screen shots of past work.
The screen shot below is from a Check Out Tool application I designed
and developed. Originally the application was just needed to control
the temporary loan of laptops to team members. But while designing it
I added the following features:
Create multiple item check out lists
– This allowed application administrators to make multiple
check out lists for items like books, laptops, SQL clusters
for testing, or test equipment.
– Users could be allowed access to individual item lists while
blocked by others. Also some users could be made administrators
to lists and allowed to control list items and user access to those lists.
Check Out Control Methods
- Three check out methods were needed:
Instant Check Out, Check In request
- Used with SQL clusters that needed to be setup again
after testing. Items placed in Maintenance Mode at check in.
Instant Check Out, Instant Check In
– Used for books.
Check Out request, Check In request
– Mainly used for laptops that were locked up and reloaded
before each check out. Items placed in Maintenance Mode at check in.
– Items that required work could be placed into maintenance
mode until ready for check out. Technicians could update the
maintenance mode with progress updates.
- Email would be sent during the check out process and
reminders to return items could be sent automatically if needed.
Windows Presentation Platform (WPF)
Here is an example of an application I wrote to assist a test team
to control Xbox Ones and execute tests on them. Testers could then
use the same application to retrieve test logs from the consoles
for testing results.