March 2000 to February 2001
January 2000 to March 2000
CTW - Childrens Television Workshop
Educational Game Developer
January 1984 to December 1985
1983 to 1984
BringIt.com (Acquired by IGT)
Director of Engineering
August 2010 to May 2014
2007 to 2010
New York City
Fidelity Information Systems
December 2002 to 2009
2002 to 2003
Principal Software Architect
1994 to 2000
Senior Technical Manager - Video Experience & Platforms
New York City
Staff Software Engineer Video Creation and Distribution Tools
September 2017 to November 2019
New York City
Engineering Manager - Ad Data
July 2014 to September 2017
New York, New York, United States
Developed a Java-based wireless web implementation of eCal's browser-based calendar application allowing users to check their calendar, enter appointments, and receive messages with their cell phone. Developed a Java-based wireless web implementation of eCal's browser-based calendar application allowing users to check their calendar, enter appointments, and receive messages with their cell phone.
What company does Peter Karp work for?
Peter Karp works for eCal Corp.
What is Peter Karp's role at eCal Corp.?
Peter Karp is Technical Lead
What industry does Peter Karp work in?
Peter Karp works in the Computer Software industry.
Technical Lead @ eCal Corp. Developed a Java-based wireless web implementation of eCal's browser-based calendar application allowing users to check their calendar, enter appointments, and receive messages with their cell phone. From March 2000 to February 2001 (1 year) Northampton, MASoftware Consultant @ Avacoda Developed java/jsp web site. From January 2000 to March 2000 (3 months) Educational Game Developer @ CTW - Childrens Television Workshop Designed and implemented educational software for CTW. One of the activities named Linked-Up, written for the Commodore 64 computer may have been one of the earliest examples of a hypertext linked database where users navigate through a set hyperlinked pages . From January 1984 to December 1985 (2 years) Software Engineer @ MAGI Implemented software for an 8-bit 2D graphical display workstation for creating high resolution 35mm slide graphics. From 1983 to 1984 (1 year) Director of Engineering @ BringIt.com (Acquired by IGT) The Domain: Social competitive casual gaming on a real-time scalable web application platform.The stack: AWS, ubuntu, nginx, gunicorn, python, django, gevent, postgres, redis, mongodb, celery, websockets, memcached.The tools: Eclipse, git, jira, confluence, bamboo, jenkins, chef, fab, splunkstorm, new relic, munin, nagios. From August 2010 to May 2014 (3 years 10 months) Brooklyn, NYFounder @ Geolicio.us The stack: Python, Django, MySQL, Google Map API, KML, dojotoolkit, FB Connect, WebfactionDesigned and implemented a novel mobile social-media application. The mobile application allows a user to create a personal collection of 'bookmarks' of geo-located notes, routes and photos that can be shared with friends in a trusted social network. Integrated third-party services for mapping, reverse geocoding, routing and Facebook news feeds. Gave presentations and wrote grant proposals as part of the funding effort. From 2007 to 2010 (3 years) New York CityProject Manager @ Fidelity Information Systems The stack: Linux, Python, SQL ServerDesigned and implemented a rapid application development framework for print-on-demand invoice and member handbook applications for the health insurance industry. Managed team of developers to complete fifteen customer applications on schedule. Work directly with customers and vendors to develop project requirements. From December 2002 to 2009 (7 years) Madison, CTTechnology Architect @ DigitalOwl Innovator in the field of secure content management. Developed peer-to-peer community file-sharing application for the wireless iPaq PocketPC. Technical and team leadership on projects to ensure timely delivery of integrated technology solutions. From 2002 to 2003 (1 year) Principal Software Architect @ DataViews Technology: C++, VB, COM, ActiveX, MFC, Visio Object Model, Java, PythonDesigned and developed new product that led to an acquisition by GE. Designed configurable data visualization editor and activeX development toolkit. Product added five years of life span to legacy product and positioned DataViews Corp. for technology sale. Revenue doubled within first year as a direct result of this product.Managed team responsible for full product life cycle of DV-Centro, a C++ framework for building visual programming languages. From 1994 to 2000 (6 years) Northampton, MASenior Technical Manager - Video Experience & Platforms @ CNN New York CityStaff Software Engineer Video Creation and Distribution Tools @ BuzzFeed The Domain: Building business-critical video production and distribution tools.The stack: python, microservices, ffmpeg video transcoder, moviepy, marshmallow, AWS, ubuntu, apache, gunicorn, django, rest framework, mysql, mongodb, celery, docker, cassandra, redshift, Jenkins, chef, ansible, vagrant, ad manager, dfp.The tools: pyCharm, git, jira. From September 2017 to November 2019 (2 years 3 months) New York CityEngineering Manager - Ad Data @ BuzzFeed Manager and mentor of a distributed software development team building critical business tools and services for 500 internal users responsible for ad distribution. From July 2014 to September 2017 (3 years 3 months) New York, New York, United States
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