Jason Zissman dot com

A team lead software engineer experienced in full-stack development for large web applications.



Small projects

Websites

postproposal.com

PostProposal.com is a website to help users keep track and plan their upcoming weddings.


moreciandson.com
Global Clean Service
classactpromotions.com
jasonzissman.com
webjamdesign.com
trophyboi.com (incomplete)
KnittedStitch.com (defunct)
YoungCrucial.com (defunct)


Projects of note

Enterprise Device Management Web Application
Relevant technologies: Java, JavaScript, Databases, Spring

Helped design and implement a enterprise-level device management web application designed to integrate with a company's line of hardware devices. The application was responsible for tracking device usage, status, configuration, as well as provide a means for making mass configuration and grouping changes. The back-end was developed in Spring as a Tomcat application connected to client front-ends over Atmosphere websocket connections.


PC-based Texting System
Relevant technologies: C#, ASP.net, Python, REST

We needed to build a PC-based application that facilitated texting for a local recording studio looking to reach out to its customers on a more familiar and easy basis. We decided to go with Twilio due to their well-documented RESTful SMS API. The application allowed the owner and his engineers to reach out to customers via texting which proved to be a very responsive medium. We even introduced automated session reminders that helped boost session attendance.


Customer-facing Reservation Calendar
Relevant technologies: C#, ASP.net

We implemented a publically facing calendar that allowed a recording studio's customers to see upcoming availability in the studio's schedule. The calendar responded to updates in the studio's schedule when a new customer was booked. The calendar can be seen here.


Device Tracking System
Relevant technologies: C#, ASP.net, SQL

A company needed to track the movement of a large number of devices in-house as to avoid the downtime that commonly resulted from missing equipment. We designed and implemented a device-tracking system that was comprised of two main components: a local application running at several "Check-out" points and a web-interface indicating to whom the different devices were checked out. The system proved to be successful and helped reduce downtime greatly.