Code Architecture, Database Architecture, DevOps, Lead Developer, VP of Engineering, Web Design, Web Development.
I poured about a year of my life into this project. I had a great time working on it but it has also been one of the most stressful projects I’ve ever been involved in. I also think it is some of the cleanest code I’ve ever written as well. There are too many project Read More >>
Code Architecture, Database Architecture, DevOps, Lead Developer, Web Design, Web Development.
Super fun project and very stressful! I’m usually the developer on all my projects but a new client had a supper quick timeline, “rocket speed” he said. I had a 4 weeks to locate some developers to help, design several views, and implement them in IOS. My first task was to decide on a technology to use. Read More >>
Ben B |
I took a couple hours today and last week to get some Node.js practice. I built a basic app that can take an image upload and display it. The app was surprisingly simple to write. I used two packages: node-formidable for parsing form data and fs for handling the image.
Ben B |
PHPmailer, PHP, Public Speaking.
I posted about Spark Boulder back in February. Although it had a different name back then, the idea was the same: to bring a space for entrepreneurship at CU. At the time, we had a solid team working to make it happen, but not much else. A lot has changed since then, for the better. I Read More >>
Ben B |
PHP, Operations, Paypal API, Oauth 2.0, Node.js, Photoshop, PHPmailer.
The idea for HappyFreebie came when I featured my neckties (MyNiceTie) on a niche giveaway blog and found it to be very effective but difficult for both the user and business. I decided to make giveaways easier online. I built the business from nothing to 3,300 subscribers through an innovative and low-cost marketing strategy.