Kyle Mitofsky

I've been developing software applications for the Vermont Department of Health for a little over a year and a half. I like to talk about new software technologies and methodologies within the workplace or local coding community.


Systems Developer III, Tech Lead


Vermont Department of Health

  • Manage revision control and merges into our main repository
  • Implemented code reviews for all revisions, which leads to earlier detection of bugs.
  • Oversee technical aspects of project development lifecycle for all developers
  • Manage all deployments to test and production environments
  • Develop, publish, and enforce department wide coding standards
  • Develop full stack web and windows applications in ASP.NET, WinForms, and WPF

Systems Developer II


Vermont Department of Health

  • Develop full stack web and windows applications in ASP.NET, WinForms, and WPF
  • Research, review, and implement best practices for web design and usability
  • Manage deployments to test and production environments
  • Review software and database architecture documents as part of Team Lead Review
  • Participate in Agile development methodologies
  • Implemented first use of client side JavaScript libraries to prevent extra server trips
  • Implemented first use of unit testing projects for better code maintenance

Systems Developer I


Vermont Department of Health

  • Developed and maintained web and windows applications
  • Utilized SQL queries to preform CRUD operations on MS SQL Server database
  • Worked with source control systems to manage code base
  • Implemented first WPF application using MVVM pattern and created template for use on future applications

Research Assistant


Economics Department, UVM

  • Programmed using statistical analysis tools like STATA, R, and Excel VBA
  • Created high quality graphs, reports, and summaries of data
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Some places I like to visit on the internet:

Chrome Copy Tabs is an Chrome Extension which adds all the currently selected links in Chrome to your clipboard so they can be easily saved later. The source code and application are available below.

Word Guesser is a Windows 8 application, in which you try to determine a secret word by guessing other words that come before or after it alphabetically. The source code and application are available below.

Windows Runtime MVVM Template is a bare bones starter template for Windows Store 8.1 Projects that Utilizes the Model View View Model Pattern. It integrates with the Visual Studio Add Project dialog to easily create new projects with helpful utility classes.

Contact Me

(802) 793-6498
14B Saint Louis Street
Burlington, VT 05401

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