As an Interactive News Developer for The New York Times I helped create on one of the web's best London 2012 Olympics sites. Additionally, our data and site were syndicated and translated into many languages, including Chinese.
Hello, my name is Evan Carmi.
I combine extensive technical experience with high-level critical thinking to solve business problems.
Evan is a talented engineer and pragmatic problem solver.
I help businesses solve problems using technology. I've worked with a variety of companies from startups to publicly traded corporations.
I had my first client job in 2008 and have since helped numerous companies with their technology needs.
I've worked with The New York Times building their London Olympics site, I've been a core member of a Venture Capital funded startup, and I want to work with you.
Check out my portfolio of past projects below or get in touch.
Single handedly developed and deployed a custom Django web application to facilitate research, data entry, retrieval, and analysis for Professor Erica Chenoweth's Program on Terrorism and Insurgency Research, a think tank that produces policy-relevant research on the causes and effects of insurgency, terrorism, and strategic nonviolent resistance..
Brewster is VC-backed startup building the next-generation addressbook. As a Software Engineer within a small team I had numerous responsibilities including developing and managing multiple platforms. I was also the lead engineer on Brewster's syncing platform using CardDAV. CardDAV is a client/server protocol designed to allow syncing of contact information between a client and a server. I built the first version of a syncing solution that connected with Google's Contacts and Apple's iCloud services.
I developed website and API to programmatically mix and create MP3 songs for Sketch-a-Song, an app to create songs with friends. I used the Echo Nest Remix library to automatically combine and balance separate audio files into a single track that is shareable on social media sites.