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Drogaraia 1 year ago

Drogaraia Store

LightsOnline 2 years ago

I worked as a Developer, migrating the old Magento 1.9 project to a brand new Magento 2 platform.

Element Case 2 years ago

Authorize Net integration. Gateway 3D integration. Extend Magento core API adding custom fields. Changes on frontend for desktop and mobile according needs. Security patch upgrades. Module development BugFixing Frontend and Backend

PetSafe B2C Store 5 years ago

Created an integration between the Magento and Oracle E-Business Suite's ERP. This included syncing customers, orders, payments, shipments, etc. so that an order in one system exactly mirrored the orders in the other system regardless of whether the order was placed in Magento or by the Customer Service department in Oracle. Created a custom subscription system that processed orders through both systems. Developed dozens of complex extensions. Acted as team lead, ensured team followed best practices and handled difficult tasks assigned to the team.

Drogasil 1 year ago

Drogasil Store

This is a Magento 1 Project

  • Panini used to have 2 stores: Panini Authentic and Panini America. It was requested to merge the both stores into a single one, preserving and synchronizing all data. An extension was created to consume the webservice from one store to the other. All data: orders, customers, products, promotion rules, product attributes, and some 3rd party extension data were imported and synchronized between the two stores into the single one online today.

A customer front end for buying insurances and managing your insurances (account). This was a Magento 1 Enterprise webshop which served as a front end for a multitude of backend systems: the insurance rule engine, a MongoDB for file exchange, email systems, social login and profiles, customer/ecommerce tracking, and more. The insurance rule engine was the portal to another multitude of insurance back end systems (customer data, damage claims/reports, fraud protection, data checks and more).

The communication was set up using XML over raw TCP and the data was described using the Dutch insurance industry XML standard. We had chosen to build multiple layers into the communication stream for managing the connection, sending and receiving the data, validating the data and handling errors and most importantly a conversion from the Dutch XML into Magento/OOP based models to provide a flexible backend to the frontend because of the constant changes in the structure of the XML and changes in this agile project that has been running for a few years.

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