Eric Panchenko

1601 3rd Avenue, Apt. 22B · New York, NY 10128 · (908) 494-4009 ·

I am a software engineer with many years of corporate and personal experience, looking to further drive my passion of development.


Senior Developer


Develops and maintains a Linux-based record keeping application written in Progress OpenEdge for Luxembourg offshore mutual funds, supporting assets under management of over one hundred billion dollars. It keeps track of client accounts, generates reports, allows manual and automated trade entry, and interfaces with other systems. Involved in all aspects of software development cycle, including application and database design, coding, debugging, and testing. Utilizes Java, XML for projects.

April 2011 - Present

Software Developer

Advanced Software

Developed and maintained an ERP Windows application for the packaging/box industry using Progress OpenEdge. The application assisted companies in areas such as estimating, purchasing, inventory, order entry, and accounting.

January 2007 - April 2011

Software Developer


Developed and maintained an ERP Windows application for the chemical industry using Progress OpenEdge. The application helped clients with inventory, order entry, invoicing, accounting, purchasing, and materials management.

July 2002 - November 2006

Software Developer Intern


Contributed to a Web-based news application by coding in JavaScript, VBScript, and XML. Tested existing code and set up Windows 2000 servers.

June 2001 - August 2001


U.S. Congress Info Website

Website written with a front-end in Angular and a backend in NodeJS that tracks Congress.

U.S. Congress Info iOS App

iOS app that tracks Congress.


Programming Languages & Tools
  • Javascript
  • Angular
  • NodeJS
  • Bootstrap
  • Restful APIs/JSON
  • MongoDB
  • MySQL
  • DynamoDB
  • Progress OpenEdge
  • Java
  • iOS
  • Objective-C
  • Swift
  • XML
  • XCode
  • Visual Studio Code
  • Eclipse
  • IntelliJ
  • Google Cloud Platform
  • Amazon Web Services


Lafayette College

Bachelor of Science
Computer Science
September 1998 - May 2002