John Weland

John Weland

Mobile Applications Developer at Decypher

San Antonio, Texas Area
Computer Networking

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John Weland's Overview

  • ASP.NET MVC Developer (Mobile Web) at Decypher
  • Network Technician at Duke Contracting .LLC
  • Mechanics Apprentice / Parts Manager at Mile High Forklift, Inc
  • Warehouse Technician / Delivery Driver at Pilkington

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John Weland's Summary

To work in an environment where a strong foundation in troubleshooting will create a more efficient work environment and provide me the opportunity to expand my technical knowledge in hardware fundamentals; as well as array of software technologies such as Windows Server Administration, Linux Server Administration, Windows desktop support, and Cisco Networking Administration.

Specialties: Business Office Technology, XHTML/HTML 5, CSS3, Adobe Creative Suites 6 and legacy, Windows 95 - Window 8, Microsoft Office, Desktop/Server/Switch Hardware Deployment, Desktop Software Deployment, and Network Cable Deployment.

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John Weland's Experience

ASP.NET MVC Developer (Mobile Web)


Partnership; 51-200 employees; Information Technology and Services industry

February 2013Present (1 year 8 months) San Antonio

Responsible for building and managing a responsive (mobile friendly) full featured Content Management System (CMS) using C# and the ASP.NET MVC design pattern. CMS features include adding/removing user accounts with varying roles ranging from full administrator to content managers, content editors, security moderators, and students. The ability to post content under categories or infinitely related sub-categories, edit that content, publish (display it on the frontend) or unpublish existing content (still exist but is not visible on the frontend) that content or completely delete said content. Makes use of nHybernate to hydrate data between MVC and the database.

Backend features include the ability to change ‘theme’, logos, and org-type, increase data-hashing workload to improve security over time without adding additional strain to the client or host machines. CMS backend built to hook in to DOD smart card authentication (CAC) processes within Active Directory (AD) to insure proper authentication and authorization of users. All form fields are protected against Cross Site Scripting (XSS) attacks and Cross Site Forgery (CRFS) attacks using ‘authtokens’ per form-field in the CMS.

Frontend features begin with a responsive ‘mobile first’ approach so that the display of the sites and their content can be viewed on smartphones, tablet, netbooks, laptop, desktops and even uHD systems. Content intelligently adapts to the users device for the best user interface and user experience. Frontend user security include to ‘dummy hashing.

Continue to extend skillset to improve upon HTML 5, CSS3, JavaScript, C# methods and technologies, to make best use of DOD servers and services whenever possible as to limit the resource draw on client side. Leverage existing JavaScript libraries (JQuery, Angular, Backbone and NodeJS) as well as creating custom plugins and libraries with the JavaScript preprocessor Coffee-Script and subsequently CSS frameworks using the LESS preprocessor.

Network Technician

Duke Contracting .LLC

Privately Held; 1-10 employees; Construction industry

March 2010February 2013 (3 years) Central Texas

PC diagnostics and troubleshooting, tracking errors with in Windows desktop and server environments, document issues found and create and execute an action plan based on the issues found be it software compatibility, malicious software, or user training.

Networking (wired and wireless) used Belkin “basic” and Linksys e2000, e2500 series wireless routers to create home and business wireless connections with visible and hidden SSID, 128-bit WPA2 personal/professional security as well as managed WiFi range and bandwidth use per need. Made ‘straight’ and cross over cables using cat 5 TPC (twisted pair cable) for non-wireless connections.

Develop and Design company website using semantic HTML 5 and CSS3 to be able to be validated and display consistently across all major browsers (Opera, Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and IE 5-10).Some PHP used as templates and for security, and well as AJAX for functionality. (website to launch publicly upon company approval)

Computer Repair on the software and hardware levels, cleaning registries, maintaining system integrity with regular backups and restore points, as well as scanning and removing of malicious software (malware bytes, AVG, McAfee, Norton, MS Security Essentials, PC Matic. Replace system components for repair purposes and upgrades (CPUs, Ram, Hard Drives, and Complete System Builds.)

Consulted on Department of Defense contracts to run digital displays on base for advertising of troop services via “slideshow” on remote displays, often running network and video cable across spans of 25-100 ft. network cable used for security as par DOD requirements. Also awarded contract for “Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony” which consisted of running Christmas lights and wiring them in sequence to “dance” to music controlled by computer switch system. Setup and maintained electrical generators for various festivals put on by Ft. Sam Houston’s 502nd Mission Support.

Awarded 502nd Mission Support Base Commander’s Coin.


Mechanics Apprentice / Parts Manager

Mile High Forklift, Inc

April 2009March 2010 (1 year) Denver, CO

Performed troubleshooting and repair of electrical, mechanical, and hydraulic systems and determined if escalation was needed. Using equipment specific manuals, electrical meters, pressure gauges, and other mechanic tools (wrenches, screw drivers, mallets, ETC)

Dismantled and rebuilt electrical sensor systems, mechanical drive trains and engines, and hydraulic lift systems as per technical manuals and schematics as well as lead mechanic’s direction.
Maintained inventory of parts using a combination of monthly inventory checks as well as parts assignment and accountability via a ‘check out’ system based on a modified Quick Books.

Document all jobs and procedures used to repair equipment for warranty work, future troubleshooting needs and action plans, as well as for inventory and bulk orders of parts.


Warehouse Technician / Delivery Driver


Privately Held; 10,001+ employees; Glass, Ceramics & Concrete industry

February 2006August 2008 (2 years 7 months) Denver, CO

Performed Customer Service in a face to face environment, striving to always have a satisfied customer.

Maintained inventory through random monthly checks as well as full inventory checks twice annually. Cross referencing the digital annals with physical “eyes on/hands on” verification.

Planned and executed efficient multi-destination delivery routes for single and tandem drivers based on work load size and up to the minute travel/traffic patterns using a combination of GPS, AM band radio secure band radio contact passed experience and ‘gut feeling’.


Manager / Barista

The Steaming Bean

Privately Held; 11-50 employees; Restaurants industry

October 2004January 2006 (1 year 4 months) Denver, CO

Managed schedules based on shop and employee needs using Quick Books and spreadsheets, as well as data backup of in house systems structure via remote logging and onsite tape stored in a disaster proof safe.

Maintained a positive atmosphere for both employees and customers and resolved any customer disputes to the fullest extent of my abilities to ensure a returning customer base.

Configured wireless network elements to limit and monitor bandwidth and connection times using Belkin and then subsequently D-Link and Linksys routers. Also performed troubleshooting for end user connectivity issues.

Maintained inventory of products using ‘Point of Sales’ inventory numbers in contrast to actual inventory count.

John Weland's Volunteer Experience & Causes

  • Volunteer Experience

    • Volunteer

      Community Emergency Response Team
      • Disaster and Humanitarian Relief
      November 2013 present (11 months)

      The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Program educates people about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact their area and trains them in basic disaster response skills, such as fire safety, light search and rescue, team organization, and disaster medical operations. Using the training learned in the classroom and during exercises, CERT members can assist others in their neighborhood or workplace following an event when professional responders are not immediately available to help. CERT members also are encouraged to support emergency response agencies by taking a more active role in emergency preparedness projects in their community.

  • Volunteer Interests

    • Causes I care about:

      • Disaster and Humanitarian Relief
      • Education

John Weland's Courses

  • Online Learning Resource, Web Development

    Team Treehouse

    • HTML 5
    • CSS 3
    • .LESS
    • .Sass
    • Responsive Design
    • CoffeeScript
    • JavaScript
    • Git
    • WordPress Development
    • PHP
  • AAS, Computer Network Security

    Red Rocks Community College

    • CompTIA A+ (CNG 121/122)
    • CompTIA Net+ (CNG 124/125)
    • Windows 7: Config and Administration (CNG 211)
    • Fundamentals of UNIX (CIS 220)
    • Photoshop

John Weland's Skills & Expertise

  1. Troubleshooting
  2. Wireless Networking
  3. A+ Certified
  4. Windows Server
  5. Web Design
  6. Web Development
  7. HTML 5
  8. Servers
  9. Network Security
  10. Windows 7
  11. Hardware
  12. Social Media
  13. Customer Service
  14. SEO
  15. Networking
  16. Testing
  17. Forums
  18. WordPress Development
  19. CSS 3
  20. C# 5.0

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John Weland's Projects

  • Web Ops

    • April 2011 to Present
    Team Members: John Weland, Vince McMullin

    Help to maintain and implement servers for the mecha community and the development of the AT1 (Assault Tech 1) game.

  • College of Martial Arts

    • September 2011 to Present
    Team Members: John Weland, Shawn Sawyer

    Developing a Mobile App for CoMA (College of Martial Arts).

John Weland's Certifications

  • A+

    • CompTIA
    • License COMP001020376237
    • March 2012 to March 2015
  • Cloud U

    • Rack Space
    • October 2012
  • Business Office Technology

    • Gary Job Corps
    • August 2003

John Weland's Education

Team Treehouse

Online Learning Resource, Web Development

20132021 (expected)

Treehouse is an online learnign resource

Activities and Societies: Student, Alumni, Forums

Red Rocks Community College

AAS, Computer Network Security


Studied web development technologies as well as network security

Gary Job Corps

Certifacation, Business Office Technology


At Gary Job Corps I learned how to work business office environment and with business technologies.

Clerical Typing (65 WPM)
10 Key
Switched Phone Systems
Professional and Business Etiquette

John Weland's Additional Information


Martial Arts, New Technologies, Web Design and Development

Groups and Associations:
Honors and Awards:

502nd Mission Support Base Commander's Coin - 2011

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