My name is Daniel Milholland (@Milhound). I am currently employed at IBM as a MaaS360 - Technical Support Engineer. MaaS360 is a Mobile Device Management (MDM) service offered by IBM, we have multiple locations around the world. My duties include troubleshooting mobile devices (iOS/Android/macOS/Windows 10) and providing walk-through for new users. MDM solutions provide corporations with the ability to push corporate resources to secure devices, maintained by security focused policies.
I have extensive knowledge of Android Enterprise (AFW) and Apple's DEP programs. Google's Android Enterprise is new, and constantly changing with MaaS360 we strive to keep up-to-date with all the latest releases. This creates an ever-evolving workflow for training and troubleshooting.
Mobile Device Managment
My experience with MaaS360 has taught me much with regards to Mobile OS. I have experience with configuring device policies for Android, iOS, macOS, and Windows 10. With the state of Android rapidly changing in the MDM market I strive to keep myself updated with the latest API changes/deprecations, and new features.
Programming & Development
I am fully self-taught and have used many great resources to obtain the level of knowledge I have now. Team Treehouse taught me the basics of software development and the overall principles of programming design. Thenewboston was a great resource to learn about, and practice with new technologies. However, I feel like most of my growth has come from communities on Discord/Slack, and other servers where I am able to communicate with other developers. I am always looking for new opportunities to learn more about programming. I currently have experience creating and making API requests, socket connections, and REST services.
- Mac OSX
- Arch Linux
- Debian - Kali/Parrot
Currently a part of the following communities:
Currently I am working on the following projects:
- Hound Bot - Advanced Discord chat bot for server moderation, and improving user experience.
- Wow Stats - Website created using Node.js technologies and the Battle.net API to create relavent statistics pages.
- Rust Bot - Discord Bot written in the Rust Programming Language - Based of an earlier version of Hound Bot