Scott Lee Davis


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Timeline of Experience

January 2020 - Now

I am employed by ThinkMammoth as a Senior Engineering Manager

October 2017 - January 2020

I was employed by CollegeNET as a Technical Lead in Applyweb Self Service.

I have contributed open source code to Mattermost server, webapp and mobile. I also have created a handful of plugins.

November 2016 - June 2017

I was employed by Summit Security Group as a security engineer.

December 2015 - September 2016

I was employed as a application security researcher at Rapid7 and worked closely with the development team of AppSpider.

May 2013 - December 2015

I was employed by Webtrends.

November 2012 - May 2013

I worked at a startup named Aspen Labs LLC.

March 2010 - November 2012

I cofounded Collage Creative aimed at providing custom wordpress solutions, as well provided security services for the organization and customers.

November 2009 - July 2011

I was a projection interaction artist


March 2009 - November 2009

I was a co-founder of Circadia Art Center, wearing many hats.


May 2008 - March 2009

Employed at nLight Photonics as a software engineer. I orchestrated the development of kitting algorithms that drove the tiered levels of the diode manufacturing process feeding an ERP system. I worked closely with engineers in design, implementation and execution of the complete laser product creation, assembly, testing and shipping flow.

June 2006 - May 2008

Employed as scientific software engineer and grad student in Computational Geo Ecology.

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September 2005 - May 2006

I worked for SAPA Aluminum as a remote contract software engineer. I developed Axapta 3.0 modules for the tracking and analysis of aluminum production facilities.

February 2003 - July 2005

Worked as a senior software engineer at Taiyo Yuden R&D Center of America. I was responsible for establishing tangible products from components and partnerships guided by leadership. I was a member of the IEEE 802.15.4 working group, and built several proof of concepts based on low power wireless sensor networks. Additionally, I wrote firmware and drivers for various projects including keyboards, and wireless network cards.

September 2002 - December 2002

Worked as a part-time instructor at Clark Community College, Fall 2002 quarter

May 2002

I built a voice controlled lego mindstorms project with two robots that maneuvered around an 8’x10’ board looking for colored cans and moving them to colored squares.

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June 2000 - July 2002

Worked at Texscan MSI writing Java, Perl, C and C++