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     \item Lead team that won the Best New Feature category in the 2013 Netflix Cloud Prize competion. Under my supervision the team improved Lipstick, an Apache Pig job visualization tool open sourced by Netflix.  Contributed new features as well as adding key integration points which allowed Lipstick to be integrated with the Mortar platform. 
     \item Developed the Mortar Local framework which transparently installs, configures, and manages updates to the Hadoop and Apache Pig runtimes allowing data scientists to author and execute Hadoop jobs in their local environments without having to perform any software installation or configuration.  
-    \item Developed Oz, an interal support platform for managing various system inside of Mortar Data.  By providing a central platform for support functionality, which had previously only been available in adhoc scripts, the visibiliy into system operations greatly increased.  In addition, support burden was greatly reduced as all common support functions became trivial to perform.
+    \item Developed Oz, an internal support platform for managing various system inside of Mortar Data.  By providing a central platform for support functionality, which had previously only been available in adhoc scripts, the visibility into system operations greatly increased.  In addition, support burden was greatly reduced as all common support functions became trivial to perform.
     \item Built Aristo, a tool for continuous deployment.  Aristo consists of web application for performing deployment steps and a DSL for easily defining steps to build, test, and deploy code to staging and production environments.  The previous deploy processes varied greatly across projects, and each step had a varying level of documentation which made them susceptible human error.  Using the Aristo DSL, deploy steps were easily automated and the user facing deploy process for each project was reduced to a single button for the build, test, and deployment steps which was consistant across all projects.
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