I'm a web-loving, webapp maker kinda guy. Here are a few things I have created for my employers, my freelancing projects and my own personal projects

Posts tagged ‘team project’

Abovelearning Learning Center web application

Agilent's Learning center app

Abovelearning’s Learning Center web application is a learning management system for large companies who wish to train their employees with new skills. The Learning Center makes it possible for an employee to search and register for training classes. Administrators can monitor training requirements for employees.

I was part of the team who worked on Learning Center. I was the developer responsible for front end changes. While most of the backend work was done in VB code, I coded the front end using mainly JavaScript, HTML and ASP.

*update: Unfortunately, the dot.com bust of 2001 was too strong for Abovelearning.

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Keypoint’s e-Project made with ASP!

Aside from being a web consultant for Keypoint – traveling to bay area companies to help clients with their websites – I am also one of two web application developers for Keypoint’s in-house software, e-Project.

The Keypoint team and I use e-Project to track the number of hours we spend programming (or graphics designing for the graphics guys) for a certain client. When it is time to bill our clients, e-Project calculates our rates and the time we spend so it can prepare an invoice for the client.

*update: Our e-project is now available to other companies who wish to use a web-based Time and Resource Billing application.

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