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    = #smallcaps[John Olheiser] \
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    $bar.v$ 701-425-6883$bar.v$
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== Education
<education>
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  [#strong[Bachelors of Science in Computer Information
        Systems]],
  [#align(right)[Graduated August 2014]],
  [#emph[University of Mary]],
  [#emph[Bismarck, ND]],
)

== Professional Experience
<professional-experience>
#table(
  [#strong[North Dakota Legislative Assembly]],
  [July 2021 - Current],
  [#emph[Software Development Engineer]],
  [#emph[Bismarck, ND]],
)

- Increased application resiliency by replacing
  manual testing and deployment processes with
  automated continual integration, testing, and
  deployment pipelines.

- Enabled faster and safer development of new
  features utilizing internal APIs through the
  creation of API client wrappers in Java and
  Python.

- Improved developer experience and iteration time
  by creating new internal CLI tooling using Go.

#table(
  [#emph[Programmer Analyst II]],
  [#emph[September 2017 - July 2021]],
)

- Created legislative bill tracking system allowing
  users to curate and track the status of bills from
  mobile devices using Typescript, Angular, and
  Java.

- Enabled legislative body to receive remote
  testimony by creating new testimony web
  application using Python, Django, and PostgreSQL.

- Coordinated migration of legacy Python 2
  applications to Python 3 while maintaining
  application support.

#table(
  [#emph[Programmer Analyst I]],
  [#emph[January 2014 - September 2017]],
)

- Improved the ability of state social workers to
  provide assistance by building evaluation and note
  taking application using Java, Spring, and MySQL.

- Lead effort to reduce vulnerabilities and improve
  development velocity by upgrading critical
  applications from Java 6 to Java 9.

- Modernized team’s source control handling by
  leading effort to migrate source code from
  ClearCase and Subversion repositories to Git.

== Open Source Experience
<open-source-experience>
#table(
  [#strong[Gitea]],
  [January 2019 - Current],
  [#emph[Technical Oversight Committee Member]],
  [#emph[#link("https://gitea.com/")[gitea.com]]],
)

- Core maintainer of the Gitea project, a Go based
  open source self hosted git frontend and tooling
  ecosystem.

- Enhanced ability of users to listen for specific
  event data when a repository changes through the
  implementation of a webhook based event system.

- Resolved security vulnerabilities through
  application of security patches and implementing
  automated security checks on codebase.

#table(
  [#strong[WoodpeckerCI]],
  [October 2021 - Current],
  [#emph[Contributor]],
  [#emph[#link(
        "https://woodpecker-ci.org/",
      )[woodpecker-ci.org]]],
)

- Contributor to Woodpecker CI, an open source,
  extensible, continuous integration tool for teams
  to automate build, testing, and deployment
  pipelines.

- Lead effort to allow clients to more accurately
  track changes in their woodpecker instances
  through refactoring of logging system.

- Improved end-user experience and onboarding by
  creating and improving documentation for
  woodpecker CLI

= Technical Skills
<technical-skills>
#block[
    #strong[Languages:] Java, Go, C\#, Python, SQL,
    Javascript, Typescript\
    #strong[Technologies:] Git, Docker, S3, Angular\
    #strong[Other Knowledge:] Continuous Integration,
    Continuous Deployment, Debugging, Test Driven
    Development, HTML, CSS, REST
  ]