Technology Consulting &

Web Development

Andrei Oprisan

About Andrei Oprisan

TECHNOLOGY CONSULTANT, ARCHITECT AND FULL-STACK SOFTWARE ENGINEER


I craft elegant technical solutions to business problems.


For 10 years, I've been building web-based applications for a range of industries, from finance to eCommerce.
I specialize in responsive front-end and user interface design, web application development, and operations functions such as scaling and hardening for security.
Some other areas of expertise are interface design, rapid prototyping, and infrastrucutre design.

Most days, I work with real-time web application platforms like node.js and meteor, as well as PHP and Python.
My work includes working at digital commerce full-services agencies, eCommerce shops, and ISPs.

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I Build Products



teamnotify.com

Monitor web pages for text changes and get notified

meteor travel

Real-time, collaborative travel planning site

feedvenue.com

Real-time social feedback platform for event Q&A event management, via web, mobile, sms and twitter

stackignite

Real-time cloud cost management and optimization platform for Amazon Web Services

redisnode

redis infrastructure as a service platform leveraging AWS spot instances

apignite

API discovery toolkit that can analyze source code and propose API endpoints

iburnd

Built the largest nutritional item database on the web with 5M+ foods and 100M+ nutritional data points

igroups

SaaS pay-as-you-go, instant provisioning VoIP phone communications platform

poignite

A Google Applications purchase order system


and Open Source Packages



apkg: an abstract package tree creation tool

Born as part of a Google Summer of Code 2008 project, apkg is a dynamic source analysis and distribution tool.

twilio-meteor

Twilio Meteor API Bindings

meteor-cheerio

Meteor JQuery on the server

plivo-meteor

Meteor wrapper for Plivo, the telephony framework

NikePlus v2.0 API for PHP (CodeIgniter)

Nike+ API v2 implementation with Codeigniter

Occupational Classification System

SQL version of Metabolic Equivalent (MET) Values for Activities in the 2002 Census Occupational Classification System (OCS)

Activities in American Time Use Survey

SQL version of Metabolic Equivalent (MET) Values for Activities in American Time Use Survey (ATUS)

Sometimes I Blog

THOUGHTS ABOUT TECHNOLOGY and ENTREPRENEURSHIP