Hey! My name's Spencer Parry, and I'm a "solutionizer" currently residing in Des Moines, IA. I chose that work, "solutionizer", to describe my role because one day I could be a software engineer creating backend functions, and the next I could be optimizing a client's cloud infrastructure to be more cost-effective, and the next I could be creating a CI/CD pipeline to automatically test and deploy code. I like to sum up what I do as "Business has a problem, I develop a solution".
When I'm AFK, I'm usually working out, taking the dogs for a walk, or catching up with some friends. Outside of the everyday, I love traveling, hiking, and seeking out those "once in a lifetime" experiences such as getting tickets to an EDM concert, or taking a last-minute trip to Hawaii, or hiking through the rainforest to jump off a waterfall in Puerto Rico.
The purpose of this project was to take emails coming to the organization from vendors, read them using OCR, and have them available in Salesforce. To accomplish this, I used AWS Lambda, Textract, S3, AppFlow, and SES, as well as some Python code, to create custom objects in Salesforce with the required information.
The purpose of this project was to allow our team to deploy Salesforce metadata between our sandbox environments and our production environment. To accomplish this I built a YAML file to run several Python and Bash scripts on Github Actions, and SFDX to do the metadata deployments.
The purpose of this project was to create an application for a startup that would allow users to track and manage different aspects of their cattle herd. To accomplish this, the three of us developers created an Ionic/Angular application that communicated with AWS for backend functionality using a variety of services. Using Ionic, we were also to make this available cross-platform to run on a user's iPad or Android tablet.