Noah Jablonski

About

I am a full stack application developer. I value hard work, difficult problems, and above all else, creating high quality products that make a difference.

I love working on a product from start to finish. While some developers believe you should pick a speciality and stick with it, I believe I was made to wear many hats and make them all look good. It's this belief that has driven me to become an okay designer, a decent illustrator, and a professional developer.

I am also a husband and father, a connoisseur of movies (Never Ending Story, Willow, LOTR), and an advocate for the snack Combos. I currently work as a full stack application developer for Nationwide Children’s Hospital as a part of the research division. But talk is cheap, so please take a look at my work below to see what I can do.

Work

Below is a collection of work spanning a number of years. I believe this work demonstrates the wide range of things I've created and the versatility of what I have to offer.

I have worked on everything from educational tools and games to research applications and site redesigns, and have learned something on every project. While I started out in the world of creating interactive applications utilizing Flash and Flex, over the last couple of years I have expanded into the modern web/mobile landscape and love everything it has to offer.

I firmly believe you should choose the right tool for the job, even when it means you must be constantly learning and adapting your knowledge and approaches. My current day-to-day technology stack consists of MySQL, Node JS, Backbone, EJS/Handlebars/Knockout, RequireJS/Gulp, Javascript/Jquery, and Material Design/Bootstrap/SASS/LESS. I'm currently learning about and getting up to speed with Angular, Polymer and ReactJS.

Mega Bike

Two desktop application games for a windows tablet that were powered by a child's bike. The intention of these games was to encourage children with Muscular Dystrophy to work out their muscles.

Enlighten

An interactive application geared at children with the purpose of improving the consent/assent process pertaining to potential research subjects.

Seizure Detection

An analytical web application utilizing biometric and accelerometer data from two smart watches in the detection of a seizure.

Drug Repurposing

A web application that would enable users to search for other ways in which a drug could potentially be used.

Analytics Dashboard

An interactive dashboard for displaying data associated with pediatric colorectal surgeries.

Grange Site Redesign

A redevelopment of the entire front-end of 6 internal .NET applications for Grange Insurance.