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.
Web application developer
On the Web
With End Point since: 2011
“Just wanted to drop you a note to tell you how awesome Greg has been … He’s very quick to learn and to share what he knows, and doesn’t hesitate when it comes to jumping onto whatever task is at hand and getting it done (and doing it well).” —Ben Sukow, Backcountry.com
Greg has been developing web sites and applications since 2004. He has a passion for building and refining high-quality user interfaces that people enjoy using. Improving usability and performance is important to him and he has a knack for tracking down and addressing even the most obscure browser quirks and inconsistencies.
System Administrator for Maxwell Paper Canada from 2001–2004. Managed a Linux and Windows network for 40+ users. Developed web app using PHP, MySQL, and Apache to help the geographically distributed sales team coordinate their sales prospecting efforts.
BS, Electronics Engineering Technology, DeVry Institute of Technology, Calgary, Alberta, 2001.
Greg is an avid music fan and musician. He plays several instruments and most recently taught himself clawhammer-style banjo (with the help of YouTube). He enjoys spending time with his young family, especially teaching his boys to ski and snowboard at the local ski hill. He also enjoys keeping up with modern web development techniques, best practices and processes.
Recent Blog Posts By Greg Davidson
April 9, 2013
Bouncing Admin LoginsWe have a Django application that runs on Gunicorn behind an Apache reverse proxy server. I was asked to look into a strange issue with it: After a successful login to the admin in... (Making SSL Work with Django Behind an Apache Reverse Proxy cont.)
February 8, 2013
What's this about ghosts?I recently came across an arcane layout issue in my work on the new RJ Matthews site. The problem was specific to Internet Explorer 9 (IE9). The related CSS styles had been wel... (Ghost Table Cells in IE9 cont.)
December 14, 2012
An Indispensable ToolI use Screen constantly in my work at End Point. It is an indispensable tool that I would not want to operate without. It's so handy to resume where I left off after I've detached ... (Update Your (Gnu) Screen Config on the Fly cont.)
September 26, 2012
Browser TestingWhile many Web Developers prefer to build sites and web applications with browsers like Chrome or Firefox it's important for us to keep an eye on the browser market share for all web use... (Test Web Sites with Internet Explorer for Free cont.)
July 13, 2012