I spent two summers interning for large web companies. Most recently, at YouTube for Summer of 2010 and previously with CollegeHumor for Summer of 2008. Some more information on my LinkedIn.
At the TechCrunch Disrupt Hackathon in NYC, I ran into my Columbia buddy Jared and his friend Steve. They invited me to help hack on a mobile interface for something called Groop.ly at the time. The results transformed into a hot NYC startup. Our Disrupt presentation is on YouTube.
Dropioke is an aggreator for songs shared via Twitter. A couple college friends and I started it as a Hack NY 2010 project and took first place, winning us a cash prize and an opportunity to present at NYC Tech Meetup April 2010.
The Barnard Bartending Agency needed a new website and logo. I designed and developed a web application that allows them to manage their agency online. Their members sign up for jobs online, and the managers watch over the agency via their unique admin panel.
My fraternity desperately needed a new website. I designed a private members area that allows us to keep all our members up to date. I am in the process of making the software available for other fraternities and sororities at an affordable rate.
Bergen Catholic's admissions office has a web application that collects visitor data at their frequent open houses. It also is an online application in the traditional sense, allowing the office to effectively collect potential student information.
The Columbia Bartending Agency needed a website that helped manage class registration. Their site is a custom web application that allows them to update site content and easily manage all their students.
Ultraman Triathlete Todd Crandell needed a bit more power out of his blog. He got set up with a Wordpress blog and a custom management system that allows him to easily update the calendar, media pages, and store. The project also included a community map of members affected by Racing For Recovery's mission.
DormAid needed a site to collect online applications to expand their business at colleges across the nation. We worked closely together to create a virtual brochure that conveyed the proper image of the company. The site successfully informed the applicants and collected their data.
Joe needed an online portfolio to show off his photo skills. He uses a very basic manager to update photos and content. It was a really fun and beautiful project playing with greyscale and color.
The Biagiotti, Marino, & Montecallo group needed a way to get their business noticed online. I designed and developed a website that did just that. They are listed on Google Businesses and frequently find new business coming from people browsing their website.