I used google's MDL-lite for this site, mikeleonard.com, which is a lot like bootstrap.
AWS Code Commit
#!/bin/bash # AWS sync script echo on now=$(date +"%m_%d_%Y") echo "starting upload" echo $now | tee -a '../../logs/ml-repo-log.txt' aws s3 sync * s3://mikeleonard.com --delete --exclude '.git/*' | tee -a '../../logs/ml-repo-log.txt' echo finished then manually i type git . add git commit -m "comments" git push
Global Postal Solutions
The last software company i worked for was sold to SnapiSoft and when i left in January, i continued to support one of their clients called GPS because the new company wanted to force them to upgrade to a new system and pay more and things like that.
The main site is www.mailtheworld.com. The code hasn't changed in a long time so there aren't many issues (knock on wood) other than updating crystal reporting formulas and fixing browsers issues and things like that. Also, a few times a year i upload new bulk rates/costs into the database. I continue to write code for them once in while. The last project i did for them involved letting different customers get different discounts whereas before that the system only had the ability to give one discount for all customers.
This software is hosted at Rackspace but I will be moving them to AWS soon. It contains one SQL database, one main website, one main deskapp and two smaller deskapps and a few custom scripts that do things like process data entry and/or send copies of forms to the US post office/clients. Most of my shipping applications that i provide custom development and support for use SQL procedures that do most of the data processing. The main website uses telerik ui on top of asp.net 4.5 forms with a vb.net backend. I can only show this code in person during interviews as i do not want it made public.
This is an example of some of the vb.net code typical of this solution. It is a screen shot taken from one of the deskapps. The code is writiing orders into an AWS MySQL database to be prepared to be printed in crystal reports and sent to USPS for processing.