As a freelance developer sometimes it is hard to have a full portfolio. This is in part due to how many NDA’s I have had to sign over the years. Below are some of the coolest things I have had a chance to work on that I am actually allowed to share with you.
WP Simple Pay
This is a plugin that I worked on for Moonstone Media. I was the main developer of the plugin and created it from the ground up. This includes the custom development of both the Lite and the Pro version.
Google Calendar Events
Google Calendar Events was a plugin that got acquired when I worked for Moonstone Media. It was a plugin that was not going to be updated by it’s author anymore so we took it over. My job at first was to bring the plugin up to date, but to keep it at a spot where it wasn’t too far off of the the product for the original user base.
Simple Calendar - Google Calendar Plugin
After we got the Google Calendar Events in a good spot we wanted to rewrite the plugin to make it better, but to also to structure it to allow for us to create some paid add-ons for it. That was the birth of Simple Calendar. Eventually this plugin was acquired by another company.
Simple Calendar - Advanced Custom Fields
An add-on to Simple Calendar. My main role here was to oversee another developer working on the add-on and to catch any bugs.
Simple Calendar - Blog Feed
Built to be an add-on to Simple Calendar. My role was to oversee development and QA testing.
Official Gumroad WordPress Plugin
We were a small shop when I worked at Moonstone Media. It was just me as the main developer and the founder of the company. This was an experimental project to add Gumroad purchase links to your site. It was eventually acquired by Gumroad to be their official WordPress plugin.
A plugin to add the Pinterest Widget options as widgets in your WordPress installation.
Pinterest "Pin It" Button
This was my first major plugin job. My objective here was to rewrite a popular sharing plugin. It has a Pro version and part of the rewrite was to account for that and make it easier to handle the two versions during development. It was later acquired by another company.