Department of Energy via Idaho National Labs
"End of Fiscal Year (EoFY) 2016 IS Application Organization Initiative": Idaho National Labs was in the process of upgrading their Information System in preparation for EoFY 2016. The system was composed of various .Net legacy applications using languages like Classic ASP, Web Forms, and Win Forms. The desire was to roadmap and begin groundwork on converting all applications to MVC. See More...

Technologies Used


Dapper ORM, .NET TDD, ASP.NET MVC (C#) 4.5/5/6.0, ASP.NET Web Forms (C#) 1.0/2.0/3.5/4.5.x, Classic ASP, JavaScript, JQuery, Linq-to-SQL/Entities, TFS, T-SQL, SQL Server 2016, SSRS

Pennsylvania Power and Light (PP&L)
In 2015, PP&L wanted to develop two products called STEM and RESTORE. Both products are to assist electrical crews restore electrical power to consumers. The product's users are (1) field technicians, and (2) command center users (dispatchers and power outage managers). The product's target platforms are iOS, Android (mobile / tablet), and Web. See More...

Technologies Used


Anjular 1.5, Angular Material Design, ASP.NET MVC (C#) 5.0, ESlint, Jasmine, JavaScript, JQuery, Karma, Node, Oracle 11g, Protractor, TFS, T-SQL, TypeScript, SQL Server 2016, WebApi 2.0

Santander via TCS
In 2014, Santander Consumer USA had a .NET Web Forms CRM tool for their Collections Customer Service Department that needed to be upgraded to MVC. The developers who built the this application were located in Bangalore, India but there was a need to have an on-site team lead to (1) manage the application, (2) lead the off-shore team, and (3) act as a liaison between off-shore and the Client. Lastly, the goal of converting the application to MVC was not alone, but was coupled with the task of getting the IT Software Committee to adopt Angular as an approved JavaScript framework (as prior to this point Knockout was the only approved JavaScript framework of choice). See More...

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Ajax, Angular 1.2, ASP.NET (C#) 4.0, CSS, JavaScript, JQuery, T-SQL, SVN, SSIS / SSRS, SQL Server 2008 R2 / 2012

Pointsmith
In 2012, Pointsmith, a Path-to-Purchase, Shopper Marketing Agency had a few problems. (1) Due to internal changes, the IT Department was in the process of re-organizing. (2) Due to a nationwide contract with Shell Gas Stations and What-a-Burger Fast Food Restaurants, both of whom Pointsmith creates the signs and menus (that you see at the gas pumps/stations and in the fast food restaurants), their current E-Commerce Website (over 10 years old at the time) was a legacy system built using Classic ASP and the database was a SQL Server 2000 non-normalized Database. Both needed an overhaul to appropriately respond to their customers' demands. See More...

Technologies Used


Ajax, ASP.NET (C#) 4/3.5/2, CSS, JavaScript, JQuery, Telerik, T-SQL, SQL Server 2008 R2, SQL Server Business Intelligence Development Studio, SSIS

HP Partners
In 2013, Hospital Physician Partners needed a developer to assist with the CRM tool that managed the supply of hospital personnel to various hospitals nationwide. The challenge here was not so dire, they are an organization who, at that time, needed to fill a seat in-house for a six month project to help with a .NET 4.0 Web Application, SQL Server 2010 DB, and SSRS Reporting. See More...

Technologies Used


Ajax, ASP.NET (C#) 2, CSS, JavaScript, JQuery, T-SQL, SQL Server 2008 R2, SQL Server BIDS, SSRS

Relavance
In 2010, Relavance, a company whose product was a NoSQL Database (called an Associative Information Management System - AIMS), headquartered in Montreal, needed to get the ball rolling. They wanted to increase their market share in the US by offering SAAS. They wanted a US presence. As such, the following were the things that needed to be done: (1) hire US based developers, business analysts, sales people, etc., (2) train the new hires about the technology, and (3) sell licenses. Once all internal personnel is trained on the new software, the development team would then develop internal software, offer SAAS solutions, and develop client software. This is where Cognitive Generation Enterprises (CGE) was needed. See More...

Technologies Used


ActionScript 3.0, Adobe Flex, Android, Ajax, Associative DBMS, ASP.NET (C#) 4.0/3.5/2.0, CSS, Java, JavaScript, JQuery, Silverlight WPF, Multi-threaded Programming, XML and much more…

Concurrent
In 2009, Concurrent Computer Corporation (CCUR), provider of On Demand content to cable providers, wanted to be one of the first to offer a multi-platform (Video On Demand) VOD solution (before the wide-span use of You-Tube, Netflix) that would be licensed to cable providers like Comcast, AT&T, etc. so they could offer their on-demand and cable lineup to customers on TV, PC, and Mobile devices. See More...

Technologies Used


ActionScript 3.0/2.0, AJAX, Ankh, ASP.NET 2.0, CSS, Flash Video Encoder, FMS 3.5, IIS 6, JavaScript, jQuery, Sorensen Squeeze, Subversion, Tortoise

EZ Prints
In 2010, EZPrints, a printing company, who wanted to expand their website's eCommerce tool and their Facebook app to offer their customers the ability to pickup online purchases in Target stores. They needed to build a store locator that would work with Google Maps and Target API to allow zip code searches of nearby stores to have materials printed and available for in-store pickup. See More...

Technologies Used


ActionScript 3.0/2.0, AJAX, CSS , JavaScript, Mootools Framework, HTML, XML, and XSLT

St. Edwards PEC
In 2007 and 2008, St. Edwards Professional Education Center had a course called "Mastering AJAX for ASP.NET" that they offered to working professionals who needed to acquire this new skill. They had a contract with Dell who wanted their Sr. Engineers to know this new technology. They needed a skilled and trained instructor to deliver this class in a three-day boot-camp format to these engineers. See More...

Technologies Used


SQLServer 2005, ASP.NET, AJAX for ASP.NET, Obout, JQuery, SWFObject, JavaScript, XML, and XSLT

AT&T
In 2008 the Web Portal team needed to fill a seat for the att.net - internet and cable subscribers - website channel lineup. The resource would manage the Education, Health, and Money channels and all the content therein. They would work with companies like WebMD and other industry leaders to get the content that would be viewed on the att.net portal by its customers. The member would also function as a Jr. programmer and multimedia designer. See More...

Technologies Used


ActionScript 3.0/2.0, AJAX, CSS, JavaScript, Mootools Framework, DHTML, HTML, XML, and XSLT

Solvay Pharma
In 2007, with the release of the Lenevo IBM tablet, Solvay Pharma needed to train their sales reps during a nation wide roll-out. The software was a CRM tool that would be used in interactions with health care providers. The hardware, IBM’s Lenovo X60 Tablet Notebook. Our goal, train all US salespeople on this new technology. See More...

Technologies Used


IBM’s Lenovo X60 Tablet Notebook

Cardio Plus (In-House App)
In 2011, Data.gov had a contest in which developers could propose the best web/desktop/mobile solution to address issue of cardiovascular health. The goal was to develop an end-to-end Proof-Of-Concept that brings together healthcare patients, healthcare providers, and publicly available data sets to reduce cardio-vascular health. (Video below) See More...

Technologies Used


.NET, Camtasia Studio, MyBalsamiq, SQL Server, Twilio

Notepad (In-House App)
In 2016, we needed to develop an app for the purposes of keeping track of ones healthy lifestyle to be used on tablet and mobile. The needs were to log meals eaten: their weight and duration; exercises and stretches: their weight, reps, and duration; miles jogged, and log weigh-ins and notes that one may want to take. (Live demo below) See More...

Technologies Used


.NET 4.5, Angular 1.5, Bootstrap 3, C#, Cordova, HTML 5, MVC 5.0, Telerik’s AppBuilder Icenium, Web Api 2

Research IT
In 2011, we worked with Relavance and their AIMS technology to build an application that would show its advanced value. They wanted a GUI to would sit on top of their Information System (IS) (database) and it would give immediate analytics on any IS with zero coding! The tool was built for research scientists and business analysts - or any person who makes decisions based on information - to be able to easily data-mine on the fly. See More...

Technologies Used


Adobe Flex, Action Script 3.0, C# .NET Web Services, Camtasia Studio, JavaScript, Relavance AIMS (a non SQL database)

Added TTC
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Technologies Used


.NET MVC 3