End Point Team
Our team, headquartered in New York City, has developed, maintained, and hosted ecommerce and other web solutions since its founding in 1995. We combine web application development, database and hosting expertise with understanding clients’ objectives to excel in client satisfaction.
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With End Point since: 2010
“I cannot say enough good things about your company — mostly due to [Brian]’s diligence and communication skills.” —Jonathan Rosen, Give.bz
Backcountry.com Keyword Management System. Designed and implemented back-end application and admin UI to track changes in their multi-site Interchange ecommerce installation and automatically push those changes to their Paid Search accounts in Google, Yahoo and MSN.
Senior Developer for Backcountry.com from 2005–2010. Lead member of small team developing Interchange-based applications to communicate with numerous B2B, Vendor and Paid Search systems.
Tech Lead for Intermountain Injury Control Research Center from 2003–2004. Gathered requirements, designed and implemented internal and customer-facing web application using Perl, AJAX, XML and MS SQL Server.
Software Development Consultant for KPMG during 2001. Developed solutions to fix pre-existing defects, increase robustness and meet new business requirements within their global intranet knowledge sharing application.
BS, Computer Science, Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts, 2000.
Brian goes by “Phunk” — a nickname whose origins have been lost to the ravages of time. In 2001, he emigrated from Boston for the mountains of Salt Lake City with his partner in crime Tammy along with their two bad dogs Haley and Storm. He loves skiing, rock climbing, mountain biking and riding his motorcycle at the posted speed limit.
He is still perfecting his Pan-Galactic Gargle Blaster recipe.
Recent Blog Posts By Brian Gadoury
May 23, 2013
Remember when "clear your cookies and try it again" was the first suggestion when a webpage was behaving badly? I remember that time of darkness, that time of early Internet Explorer, well, existing. I... (Travis build log doesn't display cont.)
December 20, 2012
August 31, 2012
I recently set up part of a new Rails project DevCamps installation with a unique Git repo setup and discovered a trick for creating camps from a Git branch other than master. Admittedly, the circumsta... (DevCamps: Creating new camps from a non-default Git branch cont.)
August 2, 2012
Sometimes bugs in other people's code makes me think I might be crazy. I’m not talking Walter Sobchak gun-in-the-air-and-a-Pomeranian-in-a-cat-carrier crazy, but “I must be doing something incredib... (Rails 3 ActiveRecord caching bug ahoy! cont.)
June 15, 2012
Josh Williams reviewed World IPv6 Launch that occurred on 2012-06-06. Google, Yahoo, Bing and Facebook are some of the larger companies that launched on that date. While not exactly on the same scale, ... (IPv6 Basics by Josh Williams cont.)