Mr. Nelson has built the server-side API used to provide the upload and download capabilities of Rover, Davey Resource Group’s new field data collection software. This software allows users in the field to collect a wide variety of data customized to the project on which they are working, and using the API, Rover is able to upload that data to the RowKeeper® or TreeKeeper® data management systems.
He has also assisted in the development of the myRowKeeper® data reporting system for utility work planning projects, adding views for listing reports and controls for managing the download functions of the Rover API. His expertise in ColdFusion development has also led to improvements to and the addition of new features in the TreeKeeper® 7 and RowKeeper® 7 applications.
B.S., Computer Science (major), Art (minor), Bowling Green State University
A.A., Computer Science & Electronic Media and the Arts, Bard College at Simon's Rock
Years of Experience: 5
myRowKeeper, myTreeKeeper, api.rowkeeper.com