Airman 1st Class Matthew Evans, 375th Communications Support Squadron, is this week’s “Showcase on ICE.” Evans expedited a major overhaul of the My Military Communities iOS application, performing work beyond original requirements, and finishing ahead of schedule. His work proactively reduced the time required for any future maintenance on the application and was critical to the app’s continued delivery of resiliency information for 56 bases and 55,000 users. He has established himself as the subject matter expert for programming in Javascript and for refactoring to standards. Evans was selected to attend two classes totaling 24 hours on industry-standard coding practices. Evans further demonstrated his capability by helping a Client System Administrator repair six SIPRNET machines, resolving a week-long mission stoppage impacting 71 members. His expertise enabled the 375th CSPTS team to place 2nd in the Hack-tober Challenge. Additionally, since his arrival six months ago, Evans has worked closely with the Scott AFB Library to enhance their ability to provide cyber education. With no formal training and minimal oversight, he founded the Library’s Cyberfix program which provides tech support and cybersecurity training for Scott AFB members free of charge.
Airman 1st Class Matthew Evans, 375th Communications Support Squadron, is this week’s “Showcase on ICE.” Evans expedited a major overhaul of the My Military Communities iOS application, performing work beyond original requirements, and finishing ahead of schedule. His work proactively reduced the time required for any future maintenance on the application and was critical to the app’s continued delivery of resiliency information for 56 bases and 55,000 users. He has established himself as the subject matter expert for programming in Javascript and for refactoring to standards. Evans was selected to attend two classes totaling 24 hours on industry-standard coding practices. Evans further demonstrated his capability by helping a Client System Administrator repair six SIPRNET machines, resolving a week-long mission stoppage impacting 71 members. His expertise enabled the 375th CSPTS team to place 2nd in the Hack-tober Challenge. Additionally, since his arrival six months ago, Evans has worked closely with the Scott AFB Library to enhance their ability to provide cyber education. With no formal training and minimal oversight, he founded the Library’s Cyberfix program which provides tech support and cybersecurity training for Scott AFB members free of charge. Photo by Staff Sgt. Clayton Lenhardt
Airman 1st Class Matthew Evans, 375th Communications Support Squadron, is this week’s “Showcase on ICE.” Evans expedited a major overhaul of the My Military Communities iOS application, performing work beyond original requirements, and finishing ahead of schedule. His work proactively reduced the time required for any future maintenance on the application and was critical to the app’s continued delivery of resiliency information for 56 bases and 55,000 users. He has established himself as the subject matter expert for programming in Javascript and for refactoring to standards. Evans was selected to attend two classes totaling 24 hours on industry-standard coding practices. Evans further demonstrated his capability by helping a Client System Administrator repair six SIPRNET machines, resolving a week-long mission stoppage impacting 71 members. His expertise enabled the 375th CSPTS team to place 2nd in the Hack-tober Challenge. Additionally, since his arrival six months ago, Evans has worked closely with the Scott AFB Library to enhance their ability to provide cyber education. With no formal training and minimal oversight, he founded the Library’s Cyberfix program which provides tech support and cybersecurity training for Scott AFB members free of charge. Photo by Staff Sgt. Clayton Lenhardt

375th AMW “Showcase on ICE”

October 20, 2016 11:47 AM