Worked on a 3 month project for the completion and maintenance of the So.Energy customer facing application post-launch. The project consisted of a Rails back end that integrated with multiple 3rd party API's, with a Backbone front end. On completion of the contract the application was fully featured and reliable.
Worked on the back end server for the Little Big Planet Franchise working on the Ruby/C++ application that includes a custom in-memory Key/Value DB and high performance scoreboard functionality. This was my second contract at SCEE and my work consisted of modifying the existing code base to support an upcoming version of the game title, Little Big Planet 3. This role presented many unique (yet fun) challenges due to the interesting nature of the application and the challenges of a high volume, highly available app.
Sole developer tasked to take the product from conception to MVP. This was a challenging project with tight deadlines, however the launch was a success and continued development was handed over to an offshore team. In October 2015 I worked with Cahootsy again to provide assistance to the offshore development team with improvements to the internal search engine based upon SOLR.
Implementing a restful API that connected data from an online game server to a customer facing website. This was a long project with many complexities due to the custom nature of the backend framework and the high volume of traffic that both the game server and API receive.
Worked on maintaining the legacy C++ Windows applications and a following rewrite to modern .NET applications.
A lockdown project that attempts to explain how Kubernetes works at a technical level by writing simplistic versions of the various Kubernetes components e.g. etcd and running these in local or cloud-based virtual machines.