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: 2007
Carl is a seasoned project manager and systems architect, specializing in web applications. His years of experience include Perl programming, SQL database design and development, and Linux (Unix) administration.
National Law Foundation, monitored audio streaming. Delivery of audio content is only part of the equation. To get continuing education credit, the site must meet the stringent requirements of various State Bar Associations. We set up the site to sell the course subscriptions, and enhanced the gnump3d streaming server to log the bytes delivered for each session. When more control was needed, we introduced randomly timed prompts that the user must respond to to continue the stream and earn credit for the course. This enabled NLF to get approval to open markets in several new states.
World of Powersports, back-end systems integration. This large, high volume motorcycle and powersports parts dealer has sophisticated needs to support their market-leading B2B operations. Integrating the web site to various in-house dealership management systems, and making invoice, purchase order, shipment status and statement information available online has streamlined operations and shaved costs, enabling phenomenal growth over the years we have been working together.
President of Triangle Research, Inc from 2000–2007. Led the ecommerce hosting and development company specializing in Interchange development before merging into End Point in December of 2007.
Team Leader and Project Manager for Shell International from 1989–1999. Over ten years in Nigeria and the Sultanate of Oman for one of the world’s largest oil exploration and production companies. Responsible for leading the implementation of strategic enterprise systems in the scientific disciplines. Carl’s key strengths are in translating real-world business requirements into the IT domain, and managing integration of new and legacy systems.
BA, Economics, University of California, Los Angeles, 1980.
Carl is an audiophile and enjoys a wide range of music. On weekends you will find him engaged in elaborate cooking projects, visiting with friends, or playing correspondence chess.
Recent Blog Posts By Carl Bailey
June 13, 2012
Marina Lohova talked about her favorite jQuery modules. It was the last talk of the day and she did not have much time. Her focus was on the functional plugins. Interesting modules that she mentione... (Interesting jQuery Modules cont.)
March 1, 2012
I recently worked on a job for a client who uses ThickBox (http://jquery.com/demo/thickbox/). Now, ThickBox is no longer maintained, but the client has used it for a while, and, "if it ain't broke do... (jQuery Async AJAX: Interrupts IE, not Firefox, Chrome, Safari cont.)
September 29, 2010
A recent blog article by Steph goes through the steps taken to handle implementation of gift certificates using Spree's coupon/discount model. At the end of the article, she rightly concludes that gif... (Gift Certificates: Easy to Say, Hard to Do cont.)