I created an iOS application to allow users to explore Instagram photos at any location prior to Instagram’s official implementation. Utilized the Instagram & Foursquare APIs for data. Utilized a caching layer in Redis to scale and provide a curated set of popular locations.
I led a team of developers to launch a marketplace for photographers, providing photographer discovery, scheduling, booking, and payments.
I was solely responsible for maintaining the iOS application for the music service with over 8 million monthly active users. I also helped spearhead the redesign and rewrite of the iOS application which more aligned with the new design aesthetic with the release of iOS7 as well as addressing issues faced by current customers. The leadership team fielded acquisition discussions with Google with a lean engineering team of 5.
As part of my security research and analysis, I discovered a vulnerability with the popular Uber transporation service that allowed the client to access employee settings and screens.
Private Photo Vault
I helped develop several features for Private Photo Vault, a popular iOS application (Top 20 in Photography, Top 200 Overall).
I wrote an iOS application for the popular Q&A website, MetaFilter. Because no public API was made available, I utilized DOM scraping and model reconstruction for a completely native experience for users.
I was one of the technical co-founders of GRAPPPLE and helped to architect, develop and integrate the iOS application in unison with the development of the internal API. We were acquired by Goalchi in 2013.
I am a contributor to the popular Q&A coding community, StackOverflow with several popular questions and answers.
I am a contributor to the open source community on GitHub. A personal project, Artisan, has received over 200 stars.