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Brian Gadoury

Web application developer

Brian Gadoury

With End Point since: 2010
Location: Chicago, Illinois

“I cannot say enough good things about your company — mostly due to [Brian]’s diligence and communication skills.” —Jonathan Rosen, Give.bz

Brian first developed a passion for developing software in 1997. Since then, he’s designed and developed web applications in diverse environments, including the Interchange ecommerce platform, using Perl, Groovy, JavaScript, PostgreSQL and Web Services. He enjoys collaborating with clients to better understand their needs and create targeted solutions that are easy to use and maintain.

IICRC WebForms System. Used Perl, JavaScript and SQL to develop in-house web application that enabled non-technical medical staff to create/edit/deploy complex rule-sets needed for the large web-forms used in medical studies. Also developed the customer-facing web application that enforced the browser-behavior defined in those rule-sets. This application replaced the paper/manual-entry based process, thereby improving data quality and allowing IICRC to host 400% more studies concurrently.

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 has since moved to Chicago. 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.

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