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Daniel Coats
  • Daniel Coats

  • Web Developer

  • Programmer

I am a web applications developer and designer from Louisville, Kentucky

3 years ago, I began developing data-driven tools that both engage and make life easier for my clients.

I've done several projects in healthcare, medical research, and translations which range from simple informative websites to data-driven applications that manage large quantities of data.

I currently work at a translations company in Cupertino, CA as a web developer. I achieved my Master's of Science in Computer Science in July 2015 from the University of Louisville's Speed School of Engineering.


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  • Hired at University of Louisville

    Web Programmer/Research Assistant

    April 2012

    I design, develop, and implement web applications and database tools for various projects within the division. Programming with PHP, Javascript, Jquery, D3js, MySQL, and an assortment of APIs (Google, Redcap, Interfax, etc.). Development using MVC frameworks (CakePHP), CSS Frameworks (Bootstrap, Foundation 4/5)

  • Graduated from Bellarmine University

    Bachelors of Science in Computer Engineering

    May 2012

    Accomplishments
    • Monsignor Horrigan Scholarship
    • Scholarship cross country and track & field athlete.
    • Dean's List
  • Infectious Diseases Lab Management System

    January 2013

    Management system that collects laboratory test results and generates data-driven reports. The system is based on the MVC framework, CakePHP, and uses the Gumby CSS grid framework. The app's list of capabilities includes generating PDF reports, faxing reports through a service called Interfax, and an extremely customizable backend. Here is a live demo. Feel free to play.

  • Investigator Request Tool (IRT)

    August 2013

    Internal tool that helps streamline the process of reviewing and processing manuscripts. The system is based on the MVC framework, CakePHP, and uses the Foundation 4 CSS grid framework. The app's list of capabilities includes a user-friendly request form that allows for piece-mail completion, an email notification system, and an administrator interface that allows statisticians to easily view and update requests.

  • ID Presentation Repository

    November 2013

    Document tool that allows for simple browsing and sharing of uploaded presentations and other research-based documents. The system is based on the MVC framework, CakePHP, and uses the Foundation 4 CSS grid framework. The app's list of capabilities includes uploading and managing documents, browsing shared documents, and filtering documents by keywords, category, or title.

  • ID Statistical Process Control

    January 2014, My Master's Project

    Data-driven web application for monitoring infectious disease-based processes in healthcare using SPC. The system is based on the MVC framework, CakePHP, and uses the Bootstrap 3 framework along with D3.js and NVD3.js for data visualization. Here is a live demo. Feel free to play around.
  • Web Developer in Cupertino, CA

    June 2014

    I am currently working with a global translations company as a web developer. Part of my mission is to create value and improve production workflow by creating useful tools for internal and client use. My experiences have been developing with AngularJS, Bootstrap, PHP, and MySQL. I have been optimizing our applications with Bower and Gulp. My work also involves graphing libraries and APIs such as Google Charts and NVD3 to provide the best data-driven visuals in my applications.

  • Graduated from University of Louisville

    Masters of Science in Computer Science

    July 2015