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Red Bull Curates Chihttps://www.redbullcurateschi.com
Website and email service for event in Chicago during Lollapalooza weekend.
Red Bull Curates Chi
Lead and sole database and server engineer for the website. Tasked with building the server, coordinating with the frontend developers, managing user data, and administrating the email service.
Website with over one thousand users serving as an administrative hub for a private music event in Chicago. Red Bull sponsored, the site communicated with users through email providing them information about the upcoming private event. The day of the event, location data was sent to the users that allowed them to find the event. Kind of like a big, secret dance party showcasing various artists and businesses. Site now serves as a photo gallery for pictures from the event.Show More Show Less
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Ride sharing service for elderly and handicapped people.
Lead engineer tasked with database management, server construction and hosting. Coordinate with business managers and frontend engineers to maintain the service.
Ride sharing service for a company based in Ann Arbor, MI. Site serves as a portal for users to schedule rides and communicate with the business and their drivers. Simple intuitive forms that generate a chain of email based communication. Currently operational.Show More Show Less
Salesforce alternative custom tailored to customer needs
Built and maintained a variety of Angular based interfaces for client interaction, as well as data driven functionality, including database integration, and object profiling alogirthms
Salesforce alternative tailored to customer needs. Primary experience was in developing an application for General RV, a national chain of RV dealerships. Responsibilities included inventory database integration, categorization and matching to customer interest profiles. Implementation of preferential weighting algorithms as well as reactive interfaces.Show More Show Less