What I called the Givaudan client-server engine. BC link is to github. Important for impact on very large biz.
Put new AngularJS Front End on Cold Fusion back office compliance system serving 14K realators.
Sr. Software Engineer on W2 for this vendor of Telematics solutions. Case link redirected to my ai feature set product line engineering concept site which has derivatives of some of the developed function.
Sr. Software Engineer on monthly retainer for an established worldwide crowdfunding network, Lucee (CFML), AWS. etc..
Sr. Embedded Software Engineer on monthly retainer for an established vendor of training device. Device is ATMEL uController based.
Jobbing to support ICANN Registrars upgrade to modern provisioning with providers like Donuts.
Android and iOS maintenance. Paths for client subsites privately communicated.
Reengineer 90's Windows TIFF display browser plugin for Windows. Timeline page has trial installer. CSM eligible.
Develop a video streaming desktop client for a proctoring automation venture. Uses Qt,gstreamer. Production clients for Mac, Windows, dev for Linux
Attempt rescue of Perl RSS syndicator, whose service had an outage after a physical server move.
Hybrid classic/.net app. Rescue years backlogged effort to webify a pricey newsletter, with EDI to the author'ss main FileMakerPro. Link not 24/7. email@example.com/password accesses backend with SOAP/WCF controls.Four party horror story.
Generic "Facetime". A driver for functions of some of my other projects, video, Facebook integration, etc.
Work Flow Language/Domain Control Program a central project of my Dominion System (DS) concept.
Realized-As-Written story of a principals only jobbing site. D7 in 2013-08, d8 with the same 300 some odd d7 modules
in 2013-09ber using C-六
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A 5-fold periodization of my carreer starts with Pre-professional ending at De Paul in Chicago.
In computing I'm an extreme polyglot , for preferences see Quadriga. in paid practice most work has been with C dialects in which I include Java, PHP, js, ruby, etc. First use of OOP was c. '85/6 with Smalltalk at the end of Early Professional and actually before I started seriously with C the next year at start of the OS/2 Era. By the Internet Era the C had become the C++ culture and the rise of Java resulted in work with it starting in '00.
In Pervasive Computing, as I move ever further into both automomous and collectivized doer roles, I continue to resist being cast as a "<X> developer", but happy to get paid experience with an interesting <X>, will often discount rate to do so.