The Pill Book All-In-One App is a digital implementation of Random House's well-recognized consumer drug reference book. The application not only stores a vast and detailed database of prescription and over-the-counter medications for informational purposes, but also allows for the creation of user profiles for scheduling of pill reminders, refill reminders, and storing pharmacy information.
My responsibilities for The Pill Book All-In-One App included implementation of the Pill Finder and Pharmacy Finder interfaces, contributions to the My Cabinet implementation, and quality assurance across the entire application.
The Pill Book All-In-One App was developed in Objective-C by SRRN Services and published by Random House Digital, Inc. in 2013. It is available for iOS.
Find MO Fish
In 2013 I performed application maintenance on Find MO Fish for the Missouri Department of Conservation. I implemented bug fixes and minor feature additions.
MDC Fall Colors
MDC Fall Colors is a small application which allows users to submit and view photos of the color changes of trees through the seasons. I implemented the Android application from scratch based on an existing iOS application.
Fall Colors was released in late summer 2013 for Android. It was written using Java in Eclipse.
BeneFinder was the first working online health insurance exchange in the state of Virginia in 2014. I was tasked with implementation tasks on the web application backend.
Benefinder launched in 2014 and was developed in HTML5 and PHP.
I was a developer for the first iteration of the backend for the Clearview Logix online insurance platform in 2014, which provides a sorted list of optimal insurance plans based on user inputs about his life, health, and usage information. The backend was initially written in PHP.