I am proud to present actual snapshots from applications GEN5 has built.
Of course, the GEN5 web site and graphics were also entirely developed internally. But rather than
web design, GEN5's focus is on web and client-server database programming, and our best work is done
for our clients.
the software applications represented here are the property of their respective owners.
The sample screenshots provided here are for individual viewing only - reproduction of any of these images
or any portion of this site is strictly prohibited.
Online auction of energy customer accounts: Amdax.com
A feature-rich Active Server Pages site that makes use of a side bar for bid monitoring, plus custom
savable searches, email integration, file upload, etc.
The auction setup and administration tool is entirely web-based also. I used COM, SQL Server and Windows security
to lock down the server then implemented strong user-based security under SSL with random-generated
expiring session token for identification. I designed the functional specifications
and layout of the site, the client saying only 'Make it very flexible and Ebay-like'..., and four months
later, 'Mission accomplished!'
Online Request for Proposal publishing application: Silver Oak Partners.com
Also a built-from-scratch Active Server Pages application that lets this procurement consulting firm input
details of Request for Proposals online (the client-side display of those RFPs was programmed by another
contractor). This project demonstrates a successful long-distance relationship: it was proposed through
Dice.com, and their project manager handled it entirely by email and over the phone. Because the screens
were mostly simple data entry forms and the client wanted VB classes with ODBC-compliant SQL on the middle tier,
I quickly built a VB class and ASP page generator to create many of those add/edit/delete pages automatically
based on the data structure.
Phaser Advanced Metering Services' Work Order Database
An Access and SQL Server application tracking, billing and reporting all their different types of services
and technical meter information. This database was then used as the basis for an EDI export using Paperfree
EDI translation software, triggered in a web-based export and file upload interface.