Sunday, 3 October 2010

E-commerce projects experience

One of the problems of having over a decade of commercial experience developing software, is that I really can't fit enough information onto my CV without putting off recruiters.

This post might act as a supplement to outline my e-commerce project experience.

My most recent e-commerce projects have involved me designing and developing for the following technologies, integration points, and key functionality:
  • Hybris 3.1 and 4.0 clustered.
  • Commidea web service version 4 for online payment processing
  • Some familiarity with PCI compliance
  • Facetted navigation to enable filtering of products based on attributes
  • Google Analytics including E-commerce conversion and site search
  • Mailbrain and Prolog formats for order fulfilment
Some of the more generic technologies involved include:
  • Spring 2.5, web service client resource pooling
  • Tomcat 6, Servlets, Filters, Portlets, eXo
  • Apache httpd, Redhat Enterprise Linux on Rackspace hosted servers
  • MySQL, Java 6, Apache Axis SOAP web services

Earlier in my career I developed bespoke online purchasing systems as part of existing sites that I had responsibility for extending and maintaining.
  • An online stationary ordering system
  • A ski pass registration and sale system
  • Online interest registration system with colour-coded map of township lots available for purchase

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