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: 2012
“Kamil has high-level skills I’ve come to expect from End Point developers. He is a great communicator, understands my needs, and over performs with execution. Kamil is just another reason why End Point is the only company I source my critical technology development to.” —Doug Joseph, Locate Express
Kamil is a software developer who constantly enjoys exploring new areas of the craft. He specializes in Ruby on Rails development, including Spree ecommerce sites. He has worked with MongoDB, CouchDB, MySQL, and PostgreSQL. He is also proficient with C#/.NET and Haskell.
Kamil strongly believes in the philosophy of “constant never-ending improvement”, and is excited by the challenge of delivering greater and greater value in long-term relationships with his clients.
Independent consultant for various firms:
Licencjat (BS), Studia informatyczne (IT), Wyższa Szkoła Ekonomii i Innowacji w Lublinie (University of Economics and Innovation), expected 2013.
Kamil lives in Lublin with his wife and enjoys biking whenever he has a chance to go for a ride. He loves soccer and enjoys cooking.
Recent Blog Posts By Kamil Ciemniewski
May 17, 2013
I was asked to develop a prototype app for one of our clients lately. The basis for this app was an old Rails app:Rails 3.2.8 RailsAdmin MySQL rbenv + ruby-build I wanted to upgrade the stack to work w... (Adventures with using Ruby 2.0 and libreadline cont.)
March 15, 2013
March 6, 2013
December 21, 2012
How many times have you tried to provide a really nice validation solution for our fields containing user emails? Most of the time - the best we can come up with is some long and incomprehensible Regex... (Announcing Ruby gem: email_verifier cont.)
October 17, 2012
One of the most beloved features of the Ruby on Rails framework is certainly its “console” facility. Ruby on Rails programmers often don’t need any debugger simply because they can view their app... (Debugging Sinatra with racksh and pry cont.)