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PJKH, LLC provides consulting for a variety of clients focusing on building self sufficient web sites and applications. For a sample of work, please visit the portfolio.
Senior applications developer for company's web presence. CardPlayer.com is a leading poker information portal on the Internet. The site provides visitors with live tournament reporting, a poker analyst tool that allows players to track their winnings, odds calculators, and insightful content that ranges from basic rules to advanced game strategy.
Core developer for company's merchandising solution for high-traffic gasoline retailers. Product provides centralized control over the creation, scheduling, deployment, and tracking of digital promotions and coupons for display on gasoline dispensers.
Co-founder of web development firm that focused on easy to use database driven websites and applications. Clientele included Targeted Genetics, LMN Architects, Seattle Southside, and The Gates Foundation. Company's merchandising system was purchased by Gilbarco Veeder-Root in 2003.
Sierra was a leader in the PC entertainment industry. I was hired to maintain their website and FTP servers. As my predecessor had already left, my first task was to physically locate the servers themselves.
Wolfe Internet was one of the larger Seattle based ISP's at the time. I joined a small team of system administrators that managed their infrastructure.
The coordinating center is in charge of managing a variety of clinical trials. My work was related to a study to determine efficacy of providing chest compressions only (no breathing) to cardiac arrest victims.