Gauge is pleased to announce that Doug Hawkey has joined our firm as a software developer. Hawkey will design and develop new applications and features, as well as maintain existing systems.
“Hiring talent like Doug keeps Gauge on the leading edge of technology,” said Ron Twaddell, Director of IT and Architecture. “We are pleased to have him on board and expect his contributions to help our clients benefit from the latest technology solutions."
Previously, Hawkey worked as a software developer at Eli Lilly for four years. His experience includes building webs APIs to access and aggregate data from multiple sources and web applications to more easily view and manage data. He has worked with .NET, Python and other programming languages.
“I’m excited to join the team here at Gauge,” Hawkey said. “I’m looking forward to expanding my skills and learning more about the telematics industry. In particular, I expect to work with the Smart Hub site and database to add new features and also improve performance and functionality of existing features.”
He graduated from Bowling Green State University with a bachelor’s degree in computer science. In his spare time, Hawkey enjoys hanging out with friends, listening to music, and playing games.
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