Partner & Co-founder
Developed and launched a wildly successful parody of Google called LetMeGoogleThatForYou.com. Developed a sustainable advertising model using AdSense and simple ad rotation.
Experienced Web Application Designer and Developer. Visionary Entrepreneur. Creative. Motivated. Versatile. Leads by example.
Developed several web applications for clients including Verizon, Titan, Northrop Grumman, FEMA, Kajeet, and Eye Street.
Developed several web applications for both large and small businesses, including startups.
Developed an online retail business to sell mobile phones for Kajeet. Designed and developed the store front and administrative back end.
Launched and sold a community driven forum, FitFreak.net, revolved around the Honda Fit five-door hatchback. Sold the company to publicly traded company, Internet Brands, Inc.
Launched an online retail business to sell phones for EarthLink Wireless (now known as Helio). Approached one million dollars in yearly gross revenue for the company after nine months. Designed and developed the store front. Designed and developed the administrative back end.
Led a small east-coast Engineering team focusing primarily on custom professional services on top of the company’s product. Designed and helped develop the WindowsMedia.com mobile portal targeting PocketPC and Smartphone users. The portal accepts content from multiple content providers, re-encodes the content, and is published through a central interface. Designed and developed a custom reporting solution to meet the needs of Bank of America. Helped design and develop a .NET client library for thePlatform’s product using web services.
Helped integrate Reliacast’s quality of service reporting capabilities into thePlatform’s content management service. Co-architected and developed the back-end for Microsoft’s Sync & Go product which was released with the Windows XP Digital Media Edition Plus! Pack. The Sync & Go back-end accepts content from multiple content providers and seamlessly publishes the content to subscribed PocketPC users.
Lead developer of the server-side component of the company's Audience Manager solution. Project incorporated WebLogic, Oracle, and Actuate E-Reporting to administer and report on streaming media audiences. Co-Architected and developed a pay-per-view solution for streaming media on the Internet. Actively participated in sales calls with several companies.
Promoted to lead developer of the server-side component of the company’s Audience Manager solution. Responsible for the status and integration of six other engineers. Helped design and develop an encrypted streaming solution for the product. Duties also included configuration management and continued maintenance of the product.
Integrated the server-side component of the company’s product with the company’s extranet. Developed core Java components. Ported the company’s distributed network component (C++) from Solaris to Linux.
Helped lay the foundations of an information technology firm that focused on web hosting, networking, and ecommerce solutions for small to medium businesses. Duties included web programming, networking, and some system administration.
Worked under the Computer Science Department at the University of Virginia. Member of the SurvIS project (Center for Survivable Information Systems) focusing primarily on the survivability of critical infrastructures such as Railroad, Banking, Air Traffic Control, Electric, and Military infrastructures. Benefited by expanding experience in software development, web design, and editing.