This is a partial collection of my work. Most of these are software projects that I wrote either for Antair, or for various clients. Projects that were covered by NDAs have been omitted.
Blinked is an iOS app I wrote for the social network Blinked, which allows its users to recommend anything from restaurants to local events. The application was a large project, and features an entirely custom UI, as well as a large variety of functionality, from event feeds, to users posts, to location mapping, and everything in between.
The Remote Sales Coach is an application we wrote for Oratium. The application allows sales people to record and review their meetings with clients and customers. We designed a custom user interface for Oratium, and implemented an iOS and an Android version of the application.
Quintu is an application I wrote for Antair. The app runs in your Windows system tray or your Mac menu bar, and allows you to see your Stripe sales, refunds, events, and subscription-related metrics. http://quintu.com
Honeybadger Mobile is an application we wrote for Honeybadger. We designed a custom user interface, and implemented a native-code iOS & Android client, for both phones and tablets.
HelpSpot Mobile is an application we wrote for Userscape. We designed a custom user interface, and implemented a native-code iOS & Android client, for both phones and tablets.
Scribbleton is a cross-platform wiki that I wrote for Antair. The software runs on Windows, Mac, and Linux, and allows the same document to be edited from all supported platforms. http://scribbleton.com
Snappy Concierge is a plugin for WordPress, Craft, and Expression Engine. It allows freelancer web developers and consultancies to easily integrate the Snappy support widget into the CMS-based sites they deliver to their clients.
Mapworks Locate is an Android client app for a fleet tracking service. This project that was done for a client. The application tracks the vehicle’s GPS coordinates and reports its position, speed, etc., to the central server. Persistent web sockets are used to maintain a stable stream of up-to-date information, even while the application isn’t active. Tracking parameters can be configured remotely by the fleet owner/dispatcher, as well as locally, by the driver.
Essential Voice Recorder is a voice recording application for Android. The application also allows users to take written notes while recording their lectures, office meetings, etc.
Uberdeck is a service that allows mobile developers to send marketing campaigns directly to their mobile apps.
Antair Notes is an Android application that I wrote for Antair. It was released on the Kindle Fire, B&N NOOK, and the BlackBerry PlayBook tablets.
PA Server Monitor for Android is an application I wrote for a client – Power Admin LLC. The application allows Android users to monitor and manage their Power Admin server-monitoring installations.
Bubbles and Daydream are animated wallpapers that I wrote for Antair. These were released on the B&N NOOK and other Android tablets.
Antair Nightstand is an alarm clock with animated themes. I wrote the application for Antair. Antair Nightstand was released for the iPad, the Kindle Fire, the B&N NOOK, and the BlackBerry PlayBook.
Antair Sudoku is a game I wrote for Antair. It was released for the Mac and the BlackBerry PlayBook. I have since ported it to the web.
Antair Boxee Remote was an application I wrote for Antair. It allows its users to control their Boxee installations using their BlackBerry phones.
Pregnancy Food Guide is an application I wrote for Antair. It was released for iOS and Android devices.
Ambulette Dispatcher was a custom car dispatching application that I wrote for a client. The application featured a front-end web app for dispatchers to monitor the positions of, and communicate with, the drivers in the field, and an Android app component, which ran on the drivers’ phones and allowed the drivers to communicate with the dispatchers and receive job orders and other instructions.
Antair Headers is a utility that I wrote for Antair. It was originally used for internal BlackBerry development, but was later released to the public. The source code for this project is available on GitHub.
Antair AutoResponder is a product that I wrote for Antair. The application automatically answers incoming email using fully customizable responses and rules. Antair AutoResponder was released for BlackBerry phones.
Antair Snippets is an auto-text, auto-completion product that I wrote for Antair. The application was released for BlackBerry phones.
Antair DelayedSend is an application I wrote for Antair. It allows its users to schedule outgoing email and SMS messages, to be sent at a later date and time. The application was released for BlackBerry phones.
Antair RE:mind was a reminder application that I wrote for Antair. The application integrated with the BlackBerry phone system, email system, and address book, and allowed the user to quickly create reminders and follow-ups. Antair RE:mind was released for BlackBerry phones.
Antair Spam Filter is a client-side spam filter that I wrote for Antair. It allows BlackBerry users to filter incoming email and SMS spam.
Antair Call Screener is a phone call screening and blocking application that I wrote for Antair. It allows BlackBerry users to block incoming phones calls from specific people or area codes.
Asteroid Jane was the first game I wrote for Antair. It was released for BlackBerry phones.
Antair Store is the custom online store I wrote for Antair. It has all the bells and whistles of a fully-featured online store.
Antair Central is the Antair corporate back-office application. I wrote the initial version a few years after the company was founded, and continue to improve it to this day. The application is responsible for all aspects of the the day-to-day operations of the company, including product management, customer management, license management, store management, reseller management, mailing list management, financials, taxes, and reporting.
So you want to be a Wall Street programmer? is a book I wrote depicting the experiences and anecdotes of my previous life as a software developer on Wall Street. The book is available on Leanpub.
Printer Friendly was the second product I wrote for Antair. The application was a browser plugin for Internet Explorer and Firefox, and allowed its users to print any page without images or ads, for easy reading.
Chinchilla was a .NET graphical source code object reflector, and the first product I wrote for Antair.
Prior to 2005, I worked as a software developer for various financial firms on Wall Street, building trading systems that dealt with financial derivatives.