Kalin Ringkvist
1517 Rutherford AVE, Pittsburgh PA 15216

Web developer with ten years experience specializing in object-oriented front-end development of complex, data-driven web applications. Seeking a position as a JavaScript/HTML5 developer.

Technical Skills:
(in approximate order of skill level)

Languages: JavaScript, ActionScript (2 and 3), PHP, HTML5, CSS3, Sass, SQL, Python, Java
Libraries/platforms: jQuery, WordPress, Angular, Spine.js, Backbone, QUnit, Underscore, Meteor, Bootstrap, tinyMCE, RequireJS
APIs: FaceBook, YouTube, Flickr, Kyte, EVE Online, Google Maps
Misc: AJAX, JSON, Agile development, MVC architecture
Tools: WebStorm/PhpStorm, Git, Jira, Confluence, Eclipse, Bower, Grunt, Splunk, SVN, Google App Engine


Associate in Technical Arts for web development from Skagit Valley College, 2002-2004.

Personal Projects:

Designed and written entirely by Kalin Ringkvist. More info and examples at

Nonsense Waffle: Still in its infancy, this is a real-time massive multiplayer social networking comedy game built in the Meteor.js platform.

PDF Creation Station: One of the most advanced PDF creation plugins available for WordPress. It’s built in PHP with an Angular.js and Bootstrap client. Originally built with jQuery.
Download and info:

Kalin’s Post List: WordPress plugin for creating dynamic, highly customizable lists of pages, posts and attachments. Another WordPress developer forked this to create the Advanced Post List project.
Download and info:


Smartek21 – December 2014 – February 2015
JavaScripting for Samsung’s Milk Music web player. Used jQuery, Backbone.js, Underscore.js, and Require.js in an MVC architecture to communicate with Samsung’s API which interfaced with Slacker’s API. Identified and solved many bugs and added features necessary for production release. Worked with the Samsung team in California through daily conference calls and instant messenger. In February Samsung decided to move the team to California.

Accretive Technology Group/ August 2011 – July 2014
Front-end web development for the world’s largest live streaming adult entertainment platform, spanning over 1500 websites. Worked in an agile environment using Jira, Confluence and numerous git repositories. Began as a Flash ActionScript developer, maintaining and adding features to the performer client. Worked with another developer to convert the user client to a mobile Android Flash app. Worked with two other developers to architect and build a mobile JavaScript/HTML5 version of that user client using jQuery and Spine.js in an MVC structure. Helped convert that client for use as a user and admin interface for the world’s first 24-hour live television station. Finally, spent the last six months hunting front-end bugs, tracking them down through multiple repositories in languagues like PHP, JavaScript, HTML, ActionScript and CSS/Sass.

Publicis Seattle April 2009 – July 2011
Worked closely with designers to create many ActionScript 2 and 3 projects including Greensock based banner ads and mini-games for clients like T-Mobile, Big Fish Games and Unicef. Built a YouTube brand channel with complete sharing, commenting and API integration and several prototype applications for use as advertising pitches such as a T-Mobile store locator using both T-Mobile and Google Maps APIs. Lead the development of a Flash-based story and video sharing contest application for HomeAway, advertised during the Superbowl.

Creative Circle Staffing – 2007 – April 2009
Worked many Flash ActionScript contracts, including website debugging for Engine Interactive, a prototype video and music purchasing application for MOD Systems and a series of interactive, data-driven content modules for

Miscellaneous gigs:
Other Flash ActionScript projects include banner ads for Burlington Northern and a couple simple video players. Found and extracted malicious code and made upgrades for the Flash websites of The Doors, Janis Joplin and John Densmore. Returned to JellyBarn to build an interactive, XML-driven wish-list banner for Wal-Mart. Built a series of interactive plat maps for a real estate agent at, as well as a fun, graphical home value calculator and graph. Also created a series of interactive banners for with search features built into the banner. – March 2007 – February 2008
Developed many of the features in EZShow’s build-your-own video ad solution for small businesses. Ran a conversion of the code base from ActionScript 2 to ActionScript 3 and began converting to the Flex framework. – July 2005 – January 2007
Developed a build-your-own scrap book application, two-dimensional slideshow, and a photo memory game as well as much of the photo sharing and e-card/bubble quote system, which at the time, was one of the most advanced photo sharing systems available on the web.

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  1. Hi Kalin-
    I just ran across your portfolio and wanted to touch base regarding availability. Are you currently busy or would be interested in hearing about new opportunities? I staff a lot of long term contract roles at Microsoft and have a couple that could be a good fit.

    Let me know if you are potentially interested and I can send over details.


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