For over a decade, I have worked as a software engineer in both corporate and contracting environments such as Boeing and Fedex. Currently, my primary areas of interest are developing secure software systems and refining the process of software development through best practices. When I'm not writing code for clients, I enjoy teaching the art of software development at Lipscomb University or getting involved in various philanthropic initiatives. I have visited over 10 countries, and I hope to one day say I've visted them all.
Some of the countries I've been to include: Puerto Rico, Jamaica, Mexico, Honduras, Barbados, France, French Polynesia.
While I know a variety of languages and frameworks, these are my specialities and the tools I prefer to utilize when building software for my clients
|ADAPT Applied to a Game Inspired Defense Architecture||Chris Simmons||2011|
|AVOIDIT: A Cyber Attack Taxonomy||Chris Simmons||2010|
|SET4SCRUM: A Security Enhanced Taxonomy for SCRUM, 2010||Chris Simmons||2010|