Dan Corman


Software Engineer at JWPlayer. Guitar Player. Book Reader. Mountain Climber. Enthusiastic Smiler. Consumer of Apples.


Recent Projects

Network


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An application that enables and streamlines the job search process between an individual and an assisting recruiter. Utilizes the Mithril Front End framework to create a centralized application for users to create and maintain job applications. Users can update the status of each application while maintaining the organization and detail of each relevant interview or event.

The recruiter is able to identify individual applications and visualize the big picture with representative graphs. With built in chat, active database querying and a clean responsive design, Network is sure to provide a positive and beneficial experience.

This application utilizes PostgreSQL, Node.js, Express, Knex, Mithril.js, and Materialize.

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Hero Hire


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An MEAN stack application that employs the Materialize front-end framework to create a centralized application for users to post local jobs asking for volunteers. Hero Hire utilizes google maps to enable you to find or post a volunteer effort while also acting as a visual representation of volunteers in your community.

This application utilizes MongoDB, Node.js, Express, and AngularJS, and Materilize.

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Stream Team


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An MEAN stack application that utilizes Google API's to allow YouTube videos to be watched by a group of people, all in real time. Utilizes the Socket.io engine for a live chat and responsive video manipulation.

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Poke Fight


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A P2P Pokemon Battle Simulator

A simple application that randomly generates two Pokemon and enables, players to battle each other on the same screen. The game logic is based on complex algorithms incorporating type, move, defense values and much much more. Utilizes the PokeAPI for a lot of the values.

Built primarily with AngularJS and a simple Node.js/Express server on the Back-End.

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Find more of my projects on GitHub!