Scott Smith

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August, 2014 - Present

Favatron is a service which provides automated tools for people that use Twitter favorites to bookmark and read later.


February, 2012 - May, 2014

Acquired by Appirio to provide its [topcoder] community a unified profile that showcases skills and experience.

Coderbits is a network for software developers and designers that automatically builds knowledge portfolios using 60+ data sources. Portfolios are built using source code, packages, designs, education, organizations, and much more. Our unique award system of 600+ badges and core trait scores is designed to be fun and encourage personal growth. We built coderbits by integrating with 60+ APIs using OAuth 1.0, 1.0a, and 2.0, JSON, XML, and DOM processing. The core stack is IIS and SQL Server 2012 running on Windows Server 2008 using C#, ASP.NET MVC, ASP.NET Web API, Entity Framework, and KnockoutJS.

Open Source

You can check out all of my open source projects on GitHub

Coder Battle

July, 2013

Coder Battle was a one day hackathon project that won third place. Coder Battle allows input of two coderbits users and then battles them against each other using their stats pulled from the coderbits profile API. The core stack is Windows Azure websites using C#, ASP.NET MVC, and SignalR.

Sonora Software Developers Group

May, 2012 - In Progress

Founder, organizer, speaker, and member of this group. Topics include development languages, frameworks, tools, techniques, best practices, and more. We provide a face to face forum and encourage peer learning and networking. We maintain a focus on development practices, demonstrations, and show & tell in developer-centric interactive sessions.


March, 2000 - In Progress

Network device that monitors and injects modified HTML and JavaScript into the HTTP stream, thereby delivering notifications to the user. I actively architect, design, and develop the engine behind the Front Porch marketing slogan “the right message, to the right user, at the right time” which is capable of handling over 1.5 gigabits of traffic per device.


June, 2013

Jrops was a weekend hackathon project for the Cisco CMX hackathon which won the “Most Relevant to Cisco” award. The event was based around making something that uses their MSE (Mobility Services Engine). Our team created Jrops which was a location aware message dropping system using device coordinates provided by the MSE. Our web application allowed users to create messages in physical locations that could only be read by others within range. Users could then pick up messages and drop them elsewhere. The demo application does not work since it is no longer hooked up to a MSE.