Andrew Goolsbee is an IT Programmer Analyst II at National Instruments.

Early on, I developed a curiosity for everything tech, computers, LEGO, and the web.

At National Instruments, I support the Product MDM group in developing and curating our repository of product data. With an emphasis on SQL, I am responsible for data going in and out our PIM system and support of our legacy product data provider.

I graduated from Baylor University in May of 2012 with a Bachelor in Business Administration degree, major in Management Information Systems. When I wasn't in class, I worked part-time in the Networking department of Baylor ITS.

During the summer of 2010, I worked at Conifer Health Solution, in Frisco, Texas, where I gained experience in Human Resources and dealing with employee confidentiality.

In the summer of 2009, I interned as an Implementation Engineer at Bazaarvoice in Austin, Texas. With an emphasis on quality assurance, I honed my bug smashing skills in XML, HTML, and CSS.

My first internship in 2008 was at Nokia in Irving, Texas. Through developing an internal web application for media testing, I learned the importance of user experience and how to cater to the client's needs.

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