Joshua Stanley Lintz
76-01 147th Street Flushing, NY 11367
Full-time website development and/or marketing position in the New York City area or telecommute/online position. I prefer using PHP and MySQL.
(Some experience with Java, C++, ASP, and Visual Basic)
Other Skills: Object Oriented Design and Patterns, Refactoring, Testing, UML.
Eager and willing to learn new languages and skills.
- 2005 - 2008
Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Certificate in Software Engineering
- 2000 - 2006
Jewish Studies, Rabbinical Seminary of America,
Jerusalem, Israel and Flushing, NY
- 2003 - 2005
Bachelors of Computer Science, Touro College, Flushing, NY;
Summa Cum Laude, 3.8 GPA
- 1996 - 2000
Valley Torah High School, Los Angeles, CA
- iKosher Project, December 2007 - May 2009;
- Kosher.com Shopping Cart Project, August 2007 - October 2007;
I worked with Kosher.com, an online Kosher supermarket,
as part of a team building a new shopping cart for their website
using PHP, MySQL, and Smarty templates.
- Goldmine Jewelers, November 2009 - present; www.goldminejewelers.com, I currently host and maintain this site. I recently added the Spanish version of the "Sell gold" page and am working with them to market the site.
- Yeshiva Zichron Dovid, March 2008 - present; I used my computer and marketing skills to raise money for a number of non-profit organizations including Yeshiva Zichron Dovid and Rabbinical Seminary of America. I created a web site at www.zichrondovid.com to help the organization raise money online and I have actively raised funds for them for the past few years through online and in-person marketing.
- Rabbinical Seminary of America, August 2007 - present; I have raised over $75,000 for various campaigns such as raffles and dinners. Recently I have expanded my fundraising through Internet advertising I recently created an online shopping portal at www.j82.us to help raise money for the organization.
- Arlin Technologies, November
2006 - July 2007; I worked part-time for Arlin Technologies (www.arlin.net) doing miscellaneous PHP projects.
The projects I have done include an e-mail list and some work on the MapleTime software
- Noble Jewels, July 2007 - present;
I was responsible for implementing major changes to
transforming the site from static HTML to PHP. I currently host and maintain the site.
- Josh's Web Site / Jest Joshing -
Project Description: I have been maintaining a personal web site since high
school. The main feature of this site is the Jest Joshing section,
which is a compilation of 300 jokes. I gathered these jokes from emails I have
received since high school and in 2001 I made them into a web site.
- Camp Yam Surf, November 2009; www.campyamsurf.com
- Torahstation Podcast,
April 2007; www.torahstation.com/podcast.aspx; I created dynamic podcasts of classes
and lectures from Valley Torah High School.
The podcast XML is dynamically created from a PHP script and MySQL database.
- Mr. Nathan Lebovic, Project Manager at Kosher.com,
Cedarhurst, NY. Email: nathan (at) addace (dot) com; Phone: (718) 436-0180
- Mr. Ilan Arlin, President and CEO Arlin Technologies,
Monsey, NY. Email: ilan (at) arlin (dot) net; Phone: (845) 425-0197 ext. 111
Jonathan Robinson, Assistant Professor, Computer Science Department,
Touro College, NY. Email: jrobinson (at) touro (dot) edu
Other Programming Experience
- The Alter on the Parsha,
December 2006; I created a web site (www.growthandgreatness.com) for
an organization to send out weekly newsletters. This application includes
features for users to subscribe and unsubscribe from the list and for the
administrators to send emails to all or some of the subscribers. The site also
automatically archives past issues and adds links to them on the site.
- IsraelNewsLinks.com, Summer
2006; I created this website
using PHP and MySQL. The site has a PHP script that crawls a number of news
sites and collects news headlines about Israel into a MySQL database. The site
displays these headlines as links to the actual articles.
- RTI Internship, Jan 2005 -
Feb 2005; Employer: Referral Technologies Inc.
Project Description: Used PHP and MySQL to develop a complex community website. We used the phpNuke template and
modified it to our needs and specifications for the Los Angeles Jewish
Community Website at www.sametla.com
- Screen Scraper Phone Pages. I
wrote some screen scraping scripts to extract content from large web pages to
view on my mobile phone browser (www.joshlintz.com/phone).
- ASP Internship, Oct 2004 -
Jan 2005; Employer: Pod Web Design
Project Description: Maintained websites using ASP, ASP.NET, and MS SQL Server.
One of the websites was www.hostessinternational.com.
I helped fix some of the ASP code and wrote some SQL queries to get information
for the meta tags.
- Family Tree Program, Spring
2004; Data Structures II class at Touro College
Project Description: Created a family tree web site using C++, CGI, and OOP. We
first created a C++ command-line program and then converted the interface into
HTML with CGI scripts.
- List of Toyota dealers. I wrote this script for RTI. The code originally
populated a database with the list by crawling Toyota's web site. It is now a
cached version of the original output.
- The Valley Community
- I helped update some of the code including the RSS feed.
- This used to be the home page of Lintz, Glover, and White Inc. I worked on
the site while I was in high school after teaching myself HTML and later
changed it to what it is now. I also created pages for my brothers at www.lintz.net/benji and www.lintz.net/dovid.
- Java Tetris Game, Spring
2004; Object-Oriented Programming class at Touro College. Spring 2006; Software
Engineering class at UIUC
Project Description: While studying Java in school, I created an applet that is a Tetris game that
can play itself. It averages about 500 lines and has gotten as many as 2000.
I later refactored this program for a class project on refactoring. It
now averages about 800 lines.
- Squeak Ludo, Summer 2006;
Object Oriented Programming and Design Patterns classe (CS598RJ) at University
of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.
Project Description: We created a game of Ludo using the
Smalltalk programming language and the Squeak environment. This was a group
project in which we demonstrated our skills in OOP and design patterns.
- Palm Interactive Boardroom,
Sep 2005 - May 2006; Sofware Engineering classes (CS427 and CS428) at
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.
Project Description: The PIB
is an application for a PalmOS Device with a wireless 802.11b/g adapter that
will connect to an 802.11b/g-enabled wireless video projector, send the PalmOS
device's video to the projector via the wireless connection, and provide
tap-to-forward, go back, cycle, and other functions to page through multi-page
documents, PowerPoint presentation, and other files that can be displayed as
images. Part of my job was to develop the website for the project.
- Visual Basic Project, Jul
2004 - Aug 2004; Employer: Soft Smart Systems Inc.
Project Description: Used Visual Basic and MS SQL Server to create an
application that is used to deploy upgrades to an existing system. The
application copies updated files from the source system to the installed server
systems. The application also runs previously generated scripts on the server
- Josh's Games, Fall 2002 -
Spring 2004; C++ classes (Introduction, Advanced, Data Structures I and II) at
Project Description: During our four semesters of C++, we created many little
games in class. I enhanced these games and combined them into one program.