Using Golang to fight fraud online! Since working at Kount, I have implemented a variety of things including a business rules engine, rules editor, and IP Risk Service, Transaction API, and improvements to our existing legacy product. I have worked on various teams to solve technically difficult problems in transaction fraud and account takeover space.
This is a company I have used in the past for contract work. I have made a variety of projects mostly related to data colleciton and reporting for financial markets.
I worked closely with analysts to find data that was useful to their financial models. I discovered application endpoints, then wrote scripts to collect data at a high frequency and scale. I also managed two teams of offshore QA/Development engineers.
I was on the project and maintenance teams here. I assisted with the bugs, and worked on a couple of standalone projects: including an equipment filter, a file uploader, and using RocketShipIt to manage shipping for one of our clients.
I was in charge of all the backend development needs for DHX Advertising. I managed over 60 websites. I was brought on primarily to make a product configurator for one of their clients. This configurator is fully editable, and generates a quote based on the customer's selections. The quote can be downloaded by the customer, or viewed and edited by the applicable dealer. It is made in ruby's sinatra framework, uses AJAX and jQuery for user interface and functionality.
I was in control of a system of distributed workers, in a PHP/MySQL environment. This was for the purpose of collecting and reporting data on publicly traded companies.
A coffee delivery service that I co-founded during Portland Startup Weekend. We created a web platform to facilitate the delivery of coffee via bike to coffee lovers in Portland. We sold 20 cups of coffee in our first 24 hours, and we won "best customer validation" and 2nd place overall in the competition.