Collaborated with customer management, QA, and design teams to build upon the product for our range of users.
When I started, it was a small development team of 5 people working on a product for use within the company. Since then, it has grown to a 50 person software team working on a variety of internal and external products. Growing alongside the company has allowed me to learn a variety if technical skills and development procedures.
I worked with different groups (design, QA, product) to develop a marketable product.
The company transitioned from creating software for our sales team, to creating software for external customers; and this allowed me to learn a new side of software development.
Right out of college, I leaned a lot about software development and how to work on a small team to develop software that was critical for the company to be able to grow.
Maintained and development new features for voter management software.
Worked with print design team to develop website from PDF designs.
This is a zero-sum budget program I developed to get my wife and I out of rigid and fragile spreadsheets. I've used this project to evaluate different front-end frameworks (including the redux store within react). Out of this, in 2013, I spearheaded Centro's move to Angular.
An idea to help visualize the relative size of landmarks. Built on the firebase platform.
This project was used primarily to learn the gulp front-end build systems and node.js development.
Windy-city Rails - 2015
Ruby Remote Conf - 2014
An Event Apart - Web Design Conference - 2008
Bachelors of Science in Computer Science at Illinois Institute of Technology. - 2006