I was the initial architect and main developer for Reddiant, a new free tool created by redditors for redditors who want more control over their reddit experience! Later on the team grew and others greatly contributed, such as Jinny Chung with design, Tiago Peres with some coding, Goncalo Peres with the business minded questions and requests.
Reddiant can be used for single or multiple reddit accounts, AMAs (Ask Me Anything), posts, redditors, subreddits, messages, templates and KryptKeeper, which can be used to store unlimited logins for unlimited platforms.
Some additional features are dashboard where important reminders are displayed, as well as general overviews, interactive map that display a redditor’s connections from around the world and more. Also available is the Reddiant Forum where weekly I share various FAQs, users are welcome to make suggestions for improvements, report bugs. Future dashboards will be released soon with interactive reporting and charting.
Reddiant has its own subreddit, feel free to drop in and contribute.
Member of a global team building two new web sites for the Chinese School of Lisbon, Portugal.
It was a hard project to take-on and complete, tasked to develop two new web sites in two different languages, the team committed to learning Chinese during the project, effort is under going, fantastic value to everyone involved.
Project started with business analysis, subsequent ongoing analysis are being done daily to ensure the final product truly fits both cultures, delivers the correct message.
Responsible for the backend and database, selection and building of image and video library, and all aspects of hosting and mail server handling.
Las Cruces, also known at the “The City of the Crosses” is the economic and geographic center of the Mesilla Valley, New Mexico.
Part of a global team working on the project, my role was as the data and backend architect, responsible with the database architecture, design and implementation, backend integration and backend development.
The project is in its final phase, custom coding going on, stress level testing to be done soon.
Netwatch Solutions Inc. is located in Dallas, Texas, US, and provide infrastructure management services with a specialty in IT Service Management. In addition have an important CRM product of their own that provides a cost-effective method to reduce costs and increase IT service level value.
I was hired to create a new corporate site for them. I was responsible for the new design and construction of the site, including all graphics, and worked closely with select company personnel to develop content.
Crystal Technologies are growing and planning to expand their operations in Eastern Africa where they are strategically placed.
Client wanted a site that was different and would share their values and services:
There was urgency to get the new site done in 4 days. It was a challenge, the job also included all the copy-writing, worked through the weekend in close collaboration with the Customer, delivered as per the promised expectations.
“I was promoted very fast to office manager, knew I needed help to be better, looked for someone senior to guide me on many things, grateful for the leadership and counseling Josh gives me when I need it. He’s also introduced me to a wide range of solutions like CRMs, payment systems, databases, people and customer management and much more. Josh is fast, open and friendly and I highly recommend him!”
“Josh is highly skilled and knowledgeable in the field of IT and web development. It was a pleasure working with him and his team. Professional, courteous, and QUICK! I highly recommend his services to any tech professional.”
“Josh Folgado took-on the project to update our corporate website. While there are many web- and application-development providers available on the Internet, few would offer a complete package, such as Josh did. While the site completely meets our needs, the best part of our experience came in working with Josh.”
“He is honorable, a man of his word, and a guy who will bust his butt and make personal sacrifices to meet customer expectations. He’s a team-player and is that developer that anyone would want on their team.”