Front-end developer


  • Permanent
  • USA Work Ready
  • Microsoft Office Suite

  • AngularJS

  • Git

  • Javascript

  • jQuery

  • Ajax

  • CSS

  • HTML

  • GitHub

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  • Job Posted: Tuesday, March 17, 2015

  • Expires On: Monday, September 21, 2015

  • Job Type: Permanent

  • Desired Salary: $65000.00/yr

  • Work Authorization: Citizen

I have completed a software development course at the Fullstack Academy of Code where I became proficient in fullstack javascript with a concentration in MongoDB, ExpressJS, AngularJS, and NodeJS. At the Fullstack Academy, I completed two major projects that display my abilities as a software developer. The first project “EatWithJeet” utilized Yelp’s public API and Cheerio to scrape review data. These reviews were then passed through Alchemy’s API to attain 5 keywords from the aggregate of reviews. Then, a sentiment analysis is applied to the 5 keywords in order to determine the best and worst items in certain establishments. The second project was “HireDot” an internal LinkedIn for Fullstack Academy students and potential employers. In order to allow students to create and edit their profiles, I utilized controllers and directives within AngularJS to implement form inputs, form validation, file uploading, and image uploading using filepicker. I then created a page skeleton using HTML and touched up the appearance using CSS. I collaborated with three other developers using a specialized workflow by making use of GitHub.  Prior to entering the software development experience, I had experience in technology sales, financial sales, and supply chain in the healthcare industry. During my time in the supply chain department of Johnson & Johnson, we discovered that our computer system was having trouble identifying why customers were taking deductions. I came up with a way to automatically re-route these unidentified deductions to their correct reason code buckets, saving large amounts of time and frustration for the analysts. In my 6 months with Johnson & Johnson, I was able to clear 2 million dollars worth of unidentified deductions out of the computer system. When I was with AT&T, I entered an internal innovation competition called the innovation pipeline, where my team and I came up with an idea to use social media analytics to predict network demand. This would in turn improve customer experience by allowing for better network efficiency and speed. Our plan was selected to be presented to the senior leadership at AT&T and was eventually chosen to be fully implemented into AT&T’s innovation quandary. At Rutgers, along with some of my friends and colleagues, I started a fraternity that went from a start-up to one of the biggest fraternities on campus in 3 short years. We have raised thousands of dollars for charity, hosted various networking and social events on campus, and set up a housing corporation to secure a house for fraternal activities.
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