Sunday, March 10, 2013
iOS (Objective C) & Ruby on Rails
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Camp Management Software

I worked with Bunk1 for a year as their first senior level engineer hire. I learnt a lot collaborating directly with our lead architect Matt Brand, building a massive, high volume ruby on rails web application, responsible for managing an entire camp organization’s operation 365 days a year. It felt like every camp in the United States was using our software as both a communication system for parents and a suite of camp management modules for admins. I primarily worked in the backend, upgrading and maintaining code, implementing security patches, leveraging git flow protocol, making database changes, practicing TDD, debugging and scaling parts of the system. I coded a full reporting engine, notification system, communication log, online registration portal, lead, staff & alumni management system, camp scheduler, transportation & retreat interface, camp enrollment process, a drag/drop bunking system for campers, an API integration for social, and custom rake tasks. Before I moved on from Bunk1, I helped architect the beginnings of our mobile iOS development path. Bunk1 was acquired by TogetherWork in 2017, and one of the founders I worked with is now a co-owner of the Miami Marlins.

Tech StackRuby 1.9.3, Rails 3.2.11, Objective-C, Apple Xcode, Heroku, MySQLSassjQuery, ThinCoffeeScript, New Relic, Memcached, Devise, CanCanJSONClientSideValidationsHAML, Stripe, Delayed JobActiveMerchant, ActiveAdmin

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