John Maguire
Full Stack Developer

John was Tenavox's first technical hire and he successfully brought the startup from conception to market, building three separate applications in Ruby on Rails and React. He is focused on creative problem solving, and also enjoys contributing to the overall growth of the company in any way his wide range of skillsets allow.

New York
Full Stack Developer
Aug 2016 to Current

Member of a three person development team building the applications for Tenavox, a commercial real estate start up based out of Austin, Texas. John's responsibilities include building and maintaining the Tenavox API, Admin Application, and the Client side Application using Ruby on Rails, React, Bootstrap following the principles of TDD.

New York
Math Tutor
Aug 2010 to May 2015

Self-employed math tutor

Tutored up through College Level

Designed curriculum and practice problems for each students individual needs

Pace University
B.S. Mathematics 2010
19 Week Full Stack Development Bootcamp 2016

A web app that allows the user to see all public toilets around them, review public toilets, as well as add toilets that are not currently in our database. Built using Ruby on Rails and Foundation framework, and NYC Open Data for existing public toilet information. 

ICYMI (In Case You Missed It)

An IOS app, with a webapp component, that shows the user a searchable list of every business they pass throughout the day in order to help them find places they may have missed during their day. Built with Rails on the backend, React Native for the mobile app.

Yoda Know

A star wars themed Stack Overflow clone. Built with Sinatra for the backend and using JQuery on the frontend, and Foundation framework.

DBC Algorithms

A web app built in Rails, using the Codewars Api. This app allows users to sign up, and register for upcoming algorithm whiteboarding sessions at Dev Bootcamp. Two days before the session is set to take place, the app pairs all of the users registered for that session, and emails them with their partner and the question they will be asking. 

Languages: Javascript, Ruby, CSS, SQL, HTML, C#, Python
Mathematics: Calculus (through intro to Differential Equations), Linear Algebra, Algebraic Structures, Complex Analysis, Real Analysis, Discrete Mathematics with Combinatorics
Frameworks/Libraries: Ruby on Rails, React, React Native, Sinatra, JQuery, .NET Core, Django, Bootstrap
Tools: Git, Heroku, Amazon Web Services