Unifyo was a browser extension which connected a whole teams social accounts (email, linkedin, twitter, crm) to provide unique insight into clients organizations as well as avoiding crossed-wires when communicating with external organizations and to surface warm connections where a team member could make an introduction. As one of 2 main software engineers for Unifyo I was highly responsible in developing the front-end architecture during several business pivots. I was instrumental in upgrading our technology stack to use a better build process (using Grunt) and improving our use of Backbone.js with more modular views and relational models for a flexible codebase which was able to move with changing business requirements.
Former CEO at Unifyo, Benjamin F. Wirtz has these kind words to say about me:
I have previously been employed at K-Now, creating web applications for a variety of EU-funded projects as well as creating a core JS-framework based on a mediator/MVC pattern.
Whilst at the University of Sheffield I created Radify, a browser extension which allowed people to annotate live web pages with semantic web annotations (using RDFa).