- Email: email@example.com
- Phone: +64 21 174 1296
- Website: http://cameron-prebble.com
- LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/cameronprebble
- Github: https://github.com/campreb
Ruby Web Application Development
Been working with Ruby on Rails as a back-end platform for over 6 years, developing ranging types of applications.
While a majority of my development has been with Rails, I have also worked with Sinatra and Middleman for more light-weight applications.
Front-end Web Development
Previous I have done some front-end development with Flex 3, however now preferring to focus on standard web technologies, especially HTML5.
Geospatial Web Technologies
A good portion of my career has involved developing web applications with a Geospatial aspect; including web and mobile store locators, various map data visualizations, address validation and verification, and even routing systems.
Coming from a statistics background at university, I've had an enjoyment in developing web applications which visualizes data for public consumption, both in my job and in mashups developed in my spare time. Been utilizing tools like d3 and Raphael in development, plus have been experimenting with the likes of R and Processing.
IT Work Experience
Website Developer – ProjectX Technology Ltd.
Nov 2007 - July 2010 – http://www.projectx.co.nz
I began my IT career as a summer intern with ProjectX, working on an R&D project investigating map data visualization using Flash. I became a full-time developer after graduating from university in mid 2008
ProjectX was a small team focusing on Geo web development and web services for both businesses and their own site zoomin.co.nz.
Technical Consultant – Abletech Ltd.
July 2010 - Present – http://abletech.co.nz
Joined Ruby on Rails development shop Abletech (Able Technology) through an acquisition of ProjectX Technology. Since joining I've worked on web and mobile application development, consulting with many of Abletech's enterprise-level and government clients on a wide variety of bespoke and cutting-edge applications.
Mashblock is a sole effort mashup website designed to visualize open-government demographic data in a spatial context for New Zealand. Mashblock was originally build for New Zealand's national Mix and Mash competition in 2010, where it picked up two major prizes.
Mashblock is still actively being developed in my spare time, with plans to incorporate more datasets, and possible versions for other countries.
Built in the wake of the 2010 Canterbury earthquake, quakemap.co.nz is a simple mashup visualizing earthquake data collected in New Zealand.
Victoria University of Wellington
2004 - 2008
Bachelor of Science
Majors: Operations Research, Applied Statistics
Bachelor of Commerce and Administration
Major: Electronic Commerce