I have more than 10 years of coding experience in which I have worked as Interactive Developer and Lead Interactive Developer not only for the World Olympians Association but also my employer's current and past clients, which have included Kraft Mac & Cheese, Domino's, Baby Carrots, Jose Cuervo, Burger King, Volkswagen, and Microsoft among others.
I helped in the development of the Award-winning Facebook application Whopper Sacrifice, which turned heads when it was first introduced in 2008. Read More Its mission was simple, to allow Facebook users to delete their friends in exchange of a whopper. After 10 friends were deleted, users received a coupon for a free whopper sandwich. Unfortunately, the application lasted about a week before it was sacrificed by Facebook. The good news, over 200,000 fans were willing to part ways with their friends in exchange for a delicious whopper.
This is a web-based and iPad application that allows users to create works of art using digital noodles instead of real ones. My involvement on the development of the application included building the subview that provides information about the newest spoke person for the company, and how an image of him was built Read More using 125,410 digital noodles. The artist who created such a piece of art was Thomas Deininger. Each one of the tiles of the main image is retrieved from a json object, which contains the tile's x and y coordinates along with the total number of noodles used and clickable information.
This is a Wordpress based website that I set up at the beginning of the year 2013. According to client's words, "Journalism is usually referred to as the fourth estate. Spain-born journalist Aitana Vargas shows a selection of her written work through a carefully designed website, which reflects her personality and seamlessly integrates elegance, artistic elements and simplicity."
I worked as the Lead Developer on this project, which focuses on inspiring and empowering working women "who are attempting to live meaningful, happy lives while retaining a sense of self." With a team of a few developers and a very insane deadline, I built the front-end infrastructure for all of the site, Read More while other team members worked with the content management system to fill in the information required on every section.
For this site, I assisted on building the original front-end infrastructure of the pages and continuously do site maintenance to include new products and features.
The Policy Finder web form was built for the purpose of finding unclaimed life insurance policies. Since I could not work within the client's framework, I had to map all of the files into my local machine and replicate 'actual' working environment. Other challenges included working with an earlier version of the scripting language Dojo and older browser accessibility. I utilized several validation Read More and scripting techniques to move from one section to another along with Ajax calls to verify claimed insurance availability.
As part of a campaign to launch a new sitcom series on ABC Canada (Switched at Birth), I helped in the development of a 'DNA Test' application that asked users a couple of funny and unrelated questions to return an even funnier and, in most cases, weirder answer. Read MoreThe application was built in two days after the request arrived on my desk and put in the time to provide the user with an amazing experience. After a couple of creative reviews, I was able to oversee the transition of the application from its development stages all the way to the production environment.
I was the Lead Developer for this Adobe Flash-based Facebook application which purpose was to match individuals with Volkswagen models. The application's algorithm looked through all of basic and extended information on a Facebook user's profile and, depending on what was available, provided the user with what would be his/her perfect Volkswagen match. Read More The limitation of the application was that it depended solely on the information the user had on his/her profile; the more information it obtained, the better the match; on the other hand, if little information was available, the application would default to one of the basic car models.