My name is Wells Johnston, and I recently graduated from Vanderbilt with degrees in computer science and mathematics. I have experience working in start ups as well as starting my own company, and have been
doing freelance consulting work since I graduated.
Other than that, I love to make music. I have been playing guitar for over 13 years and enjoy producing and recording.
Check out my GitHub and my blog or continue scrolling for some of my favorite stuff.
contact me at [email protected]
I have developed web applications, mobile applications, and a variety of other software. I hope you enjoy looking through my work.
It is currently only available in the Apple app store, but it is coming to Android soon.
It allows you to keep track of when and where you did things by checking in to activities you define.
It's like the iOS "Reminders" app, but for the past and with location + map integration.
Essentially, you add activities that you want to keep track of, then each time you complete the activity, you check in. Then you can later view the time and location information for each activity, or view a map of all your check-ins.
I made literoom.js to allow software developers to easily add a live chatroom into any web-based application with one line of code.
This is an example of a dark-themed chatroom embedded in my site:
SoundSort is a social music player/aggregator which features the best music recently uploaded to SoundCloud, all of which you can rate, favorite, comment on, and download for free. I designed and developed SoundSort as a side project on my own during the Summer of 2012.
Here's a blog post I wrote about building SoundSort
This app was originally called Hailo, but some other company took the name (Hailo) and was literally doing the same thing, so I stopped development after I was about 85% done.
Its purpose was to find taxi cabs in NYC, and I made it cross-platform for iOS and Android using PhoneGap. It is essentially two different apps in one: drivers can find passengers with a separate interface that passengers use to find rides.
PlanJar is a large-scale, location-based, social networking web application. I started the company with two other engineering students as a social networking venture while attending Vanderbilt, and we were incorporated as Jarof, Inc. We are no longer running it. PlanJar allows users to organize plans and see graphical information for events near their current location, with a fully integrated friends, groups, notification and message system.
and download the app in the Cydia store for free
I have been playing guitar for about 13 years. I love to make music, although it is a struggle to record it. I hope you enjoy my videos.