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Called "dot-com" by those who know him, Eric is a Microsoft-certified Professional Developer and Streaming Media Developer.
As a .NET Developer, Eric writes software for Rich Interactive Applications, Line of Business Applications and Websites using Silverlight, C#, SQL Server, ASP.NET.
He has created complex applications for clients such as the Middle East Media Research Institute, Primary Wave Music Publishing and the Department of Defense.
As a Streaming Media Developer, Eric provides clients with distribution solutions using H.264, Flash, Silverlight and Windows Media.He has worked with high profile clients like Hilary Clinton, the Democratic National Committee and the IRS.
Although heâ€™s been programming for the web since he first registered ericjones.com in 1998, Eric began his career as a Broadcast Engineer and loved the power of video.
Eric served as IMGâ€™s Chief Engineer from 1999-2007, working with clients such as HBO, Discovery, CNBC, Court TV and ThinkFilm.During his tenure, IMGâ€™s studios served as the DC Bureau for and Eric was the Engineer In Charge of both Court TV and CNBC TV productions.
If you look closely, you can still see Ericâ€™s credits on Discovery programming.
He began working at IMG in 1995 as a Broadcast Engineer.Prior to IMG, he worked as an Engineer and Network Administrator for both WHUT Howard University Television and DC Cablevision.Eric studied Television Production and Engineering at The University of the District of Columbia.
Called "dot-com" by those who know him, Eric is currently IMGâ€™s lead .NET and Lead Streaming Media Developer.
He provides programming solutions using ASP.NET, C#, Microsoft SQL Server and Silverlight.
He also handles web streaming using Windows Media, Flash and Real Media on the broadband networks of Akamai, Limelight and Verizon/Internap.
He started at IMG as a Broadcast Engineer in 1995 and eventually became Chief Engineer in 1999.Before IMG, he worked as an Engineer and Network Administrator for WHUT Howard University Television and DC Cablevision.He studied Television Production and Engineering at The University of the District of Columbia.
Formerly exclusively a rap fan, Eric has become a connoisseur of all music, from reggae to gospel.