Description: I worked with Highwaters Media to help create a new website for the Skagit County Boys and Girls Club that enabled them to take online donations from Paypal and integrate with the Donortools REST API.
Status: The website is live and development continues.Technological Notes: This was a Wordpress application that connected to Paypal for the donations and communicated with Donortools through their REST API.
Description: I helped my client, Burly Systems, to successfully develop a mobile sales and contact management application for Century Link sales personnel on the road. A requirement was that the application run on Android, Blackberry and standard web clients.
Status: This project was completed on time and on budget.Technological Notes: This application used the PhoneGap and JQuery Mobile frameworks to provide the cross-platform functionality.
Description: In order to learn Objective-C, I began to developing iPhone applications. The first application, Quick BP is an application allowing the user to quickly track and log their blood pressure stats and communicate the results to a health professional.
Status: This app was accepted into the iTunes store in 2009.Technological Notes: This application was built in Objective-C using Apple's CocoaTouch libraries.
Description: I worked for Flooza as a contractor, then as an employee. Flooza was a Fantasy gaming startup. Its focus was bringing the fun of fantasy sports games to other areas of interest. The initial target was creating games based on elimination reality T.V. shows. Flooza released games based on Survivor, The Biggest Loser, and Project Runway.
Status: Flooza ceased operations in late 2008 due to harsh economic conditions.Technological Notes: This was a Ruby On Rails web application that also connected to Facebook using the Facebooker plugin.
Description: I helped my client, Burly Systems, to successfully develop and deploy a custom-built Content Management System for Qwest's Business Management Group.
Status: This project was completed on time and on budget. The application is used by over 10,000 users, serving over 7,000 static and dynamic documents. This application was recognized in 2012 as one of the top ten intranets by the Nielson Norman Group.Technological Notes: This was a Ruby On Rails application connected to both MySQL and LDAP databases running on linux.