Between working as a software developer at Rutgers University and tinkering on my own, I’ve worked on a wide variety of projects: from simple scripts to large systems where I was responsible for maintaining, modifying, optimizing and deploying mission critical services supporting more than 45,000 users a week.
I’ve worked on projects that I wrote by myself, start to finish, and worked with teams of developers, coordinating local changes with community-contributed open source software. I’ve fixed obscure bugs buried in the middle of thousands of lines of other peoples’ code, and I’ve created architecture plans for entirely new services.
I’ve written documentation, both for technical and non-technical audiences. Provided both front-line and third-tier technical support, and helped train teachers how to use technology to teach.
Here are some examples.
- Counterbury: A companion app for our Kickstarter Board Game “Canterbury”
- Canterbury for iPad: A digital board game.
- Legion Builder Web App for D&D Attack Wing
- sakai.rutgers.edu Rutgers University’s Learning Management System
- Contributing to WordPress iOS