Jack Considine, AWS Developer in Austin, TX, United States
Jack Considine

AWS Developer in Austin, TX, United States

Member since September 8, 2017
Jack is a passionate software developer with a computer science degree from Notre Dame. He's previously worked at Cerner writing medical code and has since taken on over 30 freelance projects. Jack has extensive experience designing server solutions for complex platforms, and he also writes front-end code. Jack also sometimes writes software development tutorials and works well in an agile environment.
Jack is now available for hire




Austin, TX, United States



Preferred Environment

MAX/Unix, Git (any platform), Visual Studio Code

The most amazing...

...product I've released is WaiverStevie, the simplest eSignature API on the market.


  • Lead Developer | Founder

    2016 - PRESENT
    Koptional Software, LLC
    • Designed solutions and platforms through an iterative process.
    • Provided consulting for potential software solutions without using industry verbiage.
    • Managed CI/CD pipelines for client apps, server code, and data pipelines.
    • Managed cloud systems with a particular focus on microservice architecture.
    • Developed prototypes and MVPs with rapid turnaround, often in less than a week.
    • Upgraded and migrated existing systems to current frameworks and stacks.
    Technologies: Node.js, Express, MongoDB, Django, Angular, React, Vue.js, AWS
  • Software Developer

    2015 - 2017
    • Produced the first Android version for a healthcare/social media application.
    • Implemented HIPAA compliant end-to-end encryption scheme for patient data.
    • Managed the second iteration of a cross-platform application (iOS, Android, web) using Ionic 3.
    • Adapted to patient feedback and designed a pipeline for issues and feature requests.
    • Designed and wrote a test suite.
    Technologies: Java, Android, Ionic
  • Software Developer

    2015 - 2015
    • Participated in implementation discussions regarding patient data transport.
    • Upgraded a FetaLink development environment, enabling future versions to be run locally.
    • Maintained HIPAA compliancy while working with patient data.
    • Developed a proof of concept for the next-generation of FetaLink Suite, incorporating multithreading.
    Technologies: Java, Jenkins, SQL


  • WaiverStevie (Development)

    I am the creator of WaiverStevie. WaiverStevie is a service for collecting electronic signatures. Over 10,000 people have signed documents on the platform. Its users span industries like HR, construction, property management, and event planning. Hence we built WaiverStevie from the ground up to be able to add eSign right into any app.

    The back end is written in Laravel and the front end in Vue.js.

  • GTCHO (Development)

    I am the lead developer for GTCHO. GTCHO (“get-cho”) is a platform for requesting instant deliveries of up to 40 miles. Forget mail—we send a courier to the pickup point the second you submit an order. He’ll read your order notes like “Home Depot Curbside Pickup: order #43343,” and safely deliver the payload to wherever it needs to go. Great for shopping pickups, library book drop-offs, as well as help with moving objects (up to 50 kg).

    I wrote the GTCHO mobile apps using React Native and the back end is an Express server. I also used GraphQL to optimize request packets and to ensure a strong typing system.

  • Gridworks (Development)

    I am one of the founders of Gridworks, LLC, a storefront platform for cabinet manufacturers. Users upload their AutoCAD libraries and just like that they have their own store where they may accept orders and payments. What's more, the platform interfaces with the owner's cabinet cutting-edge technology, making Gridworks the first web-to-production woodworks store.

    Gridworks eliminates a complicated part of the cabinet production lifecycle; makers previously manually input pen-and-paper drawings with handwritten dimensions into their rendering technology. Such a process took some of our customers weeks and held them liable for miswritten coordinates.

  • Skanin Repair Tracking (Development)

    Skanin is an iOS and Android application that I've designed and created. Its QR technology allows auto repair shops to notify their customers of status updates via their smartphones. Mechanics place reusable windshield stickers on a car after drop-off and then text customers directly by simply scanning.

    Skanin seeks to simplify the customer communication process that auto shops often find to be a nightmare. Additionally, it streamlines data analysis, allowing shops to view insights on past repairs. The platform is currently in beta.

  • FotoClaimApp (Development)

    FotoClaimApp is an Android and iOS application for submitting car insurance claims.

    Say someone gets into a fender-bender. The application will guide him through taking several photos of the damage, and shots of the license plate, VIN, and odometer. He may optionally capture his insurance card. By selecting from a list of nearby repair-shops, he sends a quote request directly without having to move. Shops receive information via email, with an invitation to signup for the application where they can provide a quote.

  • Hampton Water (Development)

    Hampton Water is Jon Bon Jovi's Rosè company. I designed and built a content management website that integrates with their social media and inventory.


  • Languages

    JavaScript, TypeScript 2, PHP 7, Python 3, GraphQL, Scala, Java 8
  • Frameworks

    Angular, Redux, Flux, React Native, Laravel 5
  • Libraries/APIs

    Node.js, React, Vue.js 2
  • Paradigms

    Functional Programming, Agile
  • Platforms

  • Storage

    PostgreSQL, MySQL, NoSQL, MongoDB
  • Other

    AWS, Software Development, Front-end Development


  • Bachelor's degree in Computer Science
    2013 - 2017
    University of Notre Dame - South Bend, IN, USA

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