Herman Forrest, Howard University graduate, is an accomplished software engineer with broad experience in enterprise system architecture, product innovation, and workflow orchestration. He has designed patented technology that drive features in Windows 8 and Window 8.1. Herman is highly involved in the community presenting STEM seminars/workshops designed to help young people gain greater awareness about software development and computer science. Herman ha a great view of leadership and bringing the best out of his team.
Herman R. Forrest III | Lead PM Digital Content and Experiences | Microsoft
Accomplished software engineer with broad experience in enterprise system architecture, software product innovation, workflow orchestration and agile software development. Interested in opportunities to design and deliver scalable web applications and services across desktop, tablet and mobile devices.
Excellent track record managing and shipping software, demonstrable understanding of agile project management methodologies. Full lifecycle experience in scoping, designing, developing, deploying, and supporting enterprise-scale applications
In-depth knowledge of user experience design – user profiling/grouping, persona development, interface design, information architecture, user scenario development, task analysis, wireframe creation, prototyping, and usability testing. Experience in front-end interface design of web, tablet and mobile applications
Experienced in the creation of documents pertaining to the governance and management of all project phases and cycles; (e.g. Project Charter, Business Case, Feasibility Study, Project Plan, Functional and Design Specifications, Communication Plan, Acceptance Plan, Financial Plan, Resource Plan, etc..)
Unique competency for driving complex business process redesign initiatives in which strong business and analytical acumen are required
Highly involved in the community developing and presenting STEM focused seminars/workshops, helping young people gain greater awareness about software development and computer science.