In the few months I’ve been with Rhythm, I’ve been given the opportunity to build applications for some of the largest corporations in Los Angeles and Orange County. This includes Acura, Kaiser Permanente, Irvine Company, Smart Stop Self Storage, Zo Skin Care and more.
I work predominantly in back-end development with PHP, .SQL and some .Net/C#. Usually this involves the management of large data sets and the adding of new feature branches. Though, I do also assist in front-end development as well, using some of the latest technologies such as Webpack and React.
Working closely with Acura, I’ve become very knowledgeable of their product line in order to develop their conquest pages and newsletters. I’ve delivered assets compatible with all platforms, thoroughly testing with Browser Stack and Email on Acid.
Kaiser Permanente gave me a chance to create a custom WordPress theme, which is fully editable on all elements, down to a mobile version in some instances. The template has now been used on over 30 variants of the page layout.
Currently in wrap-up — Irvine Company has requested that we deliver a brochure site for their upcoming ‘Irvine Pacific’ community homes. Leveraging ASP.net CMS Umbraco, the site allows for a high-level of customization throughout. I’ve used Google Maps APIs, and numerous JS libraries to create a lightweight website that loads under a second on average.
Reaching around $100k in net sales daily in beauty products Zo is one of our top clients. I am the lead developer of their Drupal site. The site not only handles the e-commerce portion, but much of the accounting of payments to doctor affiliates. This required a large amount of custom development calculators to take percentages of sales per quarter and provide varying metrics to different departments.
Smart Stop Self Storage
With literally thousands of locations across the country, Smart Stop is one of the largest self storage corporations in the U.S. This massive database is managed and updated by me continually. I’ve inherited the project, running on CakePhp and MySQL, however we’ve started the redesign of their main e-commerce site with the .Net CMS, Umbraco.
- JSON/Rest API