Jason Zissman dot com

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

Small projects



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

Global Clean Service
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.