I built and maintained large chunks of the website for a $40 million cancer research nonprofit. This foundation runs most of its business through its website, and thus required a large admininistration function to manage events, donations, contacts, etc. I built plenty of frontend pages with help of designers, integrated Facebook login, managed the backend queue system, and was in charge of the main donation/payment processing page. Finally, I built a map-based "Find an Event" page which geographically searched for events in various locations.
I am the lead developer for an events and calendar management system for the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. Events can be created and shared across calendars, syndicated and promoted to the main UNL calendar, and recommended to other users to be posted to their calendars. I have also built recurring event functionality and APIs into the product, and events are pulled into the UNL.edu Framework to be displayed on web pages.
I built a map page for the Global Strategies Office at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. This map geographically places all the international research and programs into each country, and displays details on each when clicked into.
I am the lead developer for the directory service at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. This involves pulling data from LDAP and SAP sources, and maintaining APIs for downstream services to consume this information. Faculty insight and CV data is also pulled in and conditionally displayed, and the service also includes a maintained "yellow pages" database of lists of department employees and positions.