During Summer 2011 I worked with five other students at an incubator called Don't Panic Labs to develop a local events planning startup.
Over the course of the summer I worked with:
At the end of the summer we had a working product, but we'd realized the only way for a site like Planhandler to gain traction was to have concerted, grass-roots marketing from us, the founders. We made the difficult decision to stop working on Planhandler, but I learned more about developing a webapp and being in a startup than I ever could have hoped for.
We took the site down, but here's a demo video that was shown to new users. If you'd like to see more of the site, I can host locally and show you over a screensharing session.
Working as a student consultant of the Raikes School Design Studio team for Hayneedle. Currently NDA'd, but I can say we're developing a website using Java EE as the backend. Technologies: Java EE, HTML, CSS, JS.
Developed a new internal admin site to replace the existing system used by the support, fraud, and other teams at WePay. Please see my recommendation on LinkedIn from Aleksey (VP-Engineering at WePay) for more detail. Technologies: PHP (using the Kohana framework), HTML, CSS, JS.
Worked as a student consultant of the Raikes School Design Studio team for Microsoft Dynamics. We created a Windows Phone 7 app from scratch, and wrote backend code in one of Microsoft's existing ERP products. Technologies: The WP7 app was C#, XAML, and Silverlight using MVVM as a architectural pattern. For the ERP product we wrote some business logic and web services in C#.
I worked with a a team of five other interns at an incubator called Don't Panic Labs to develop a local events planning startup called planhandler.com. Technologies: ASP.NET MVC3 (C#), HTML, CSS, JS. Extra heavy on the JS.
Student at Raikes School of Computer Science & Management
Minors in business, mathematics
Will graduate in May 2013
Chris Adams — email@example.com — www.cmadams.org
Credit for the template I used for this résumé goes to Matt Brown.