I've primarily been doing work related to developing interactive, web-based 3D applications. My focus has been on developing new applications from the ground up, which has...more typically involved: working with clients to clarify requirements, assisting with product design, developing and refining the application’s architecture, helping to hire and onboard additional developers.
Here's a demo and client testimonial from the biggest project I worked on: http://symbolflux.com/cadtoolstuff.html
I was one third of the engineering team that built the 'Grid' iPhone app (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/grid-by-binary-thumb/id649597509). The version we developed was...more featured by Apple in the app store for several weeks. I helped with all aspects of the product from design to debugging, focusing primarily on architecture and front-end.
- Architected and built the foundational features - Worked with team to add and refine features - Developed custom computational geometry algorithms - Designed novel UI features to simplify 3D interactions - Participated in requirements gathering and refinement - Participated in onboarding new developers and documenting platform
My hands used to bother me when using mouse/keyboard too much, so I invented a new type of text editor that would be more efficient to use with motion sensors (and other low precision input devices). It was on the front page of Hacker News, its video demo got ~15,000 hits, it was cited in research, and written about in a software periodical in China.
Since then I was one third of the engineering team at a YCombinator startup where I learned iOS development from scratch and within a few months produced an app that Apple featured in the App Store.
Then I came up with and developed a new kind of debugger (an 'abstract visual debugger'/3d data structure visualizer) which was on the front page of Hacker News again.
Then I worked for a multi-material 3D printer startup that grew out of a materials science lab at Harvard, learned web development and built a 3D print simulator for them, among other things.
I'm looking for a company that has competent people and a good business idea that's still very early stage. Okay with relocating to pretty much anywhere that speaks English, potentially open to remote work.