Stuart P. Bentley



Head of Product, JetWarp, January 29, 2016 - Present

  • Built WebVR app for interactive walkthroughs using spherical panoramas
  • Designed procedure for capturing whole buildings quickly and thoroughly
  • Worked with marketing and sales to convey product's selling points

Contributor, W3C Web Platform Incubator Community Group, September 2, 2014 - Present

Plushu, personal project, June 2014 - June 2015

  • Developed Heroku-compatible 12-factor application deployment system
  • Used GitHub Issues for extensive task management and design
  • Used for Kanban-style task overview across repositories
  • Curated a robust style guide for writing Bash scripts without leaks

latertime, hackathon/personal project, May 2014 - February 2015

  • Designed time-cued, real-time text comment/messaging system
  • Drew logo integrating two word balloons as an hourglass
  • Implemented real-time prototype with MongoDB, WebSocket, and HTML5 video
  • Overhauled backend to use RethinkDB, Redis, and Primus

Chatphrase, personal project, December 2013 - February 2014

  • Developed zero-login user flow for painless video chat calling
  • Conducted customer interviews, with on-screen and paper prototypes
  • Implemented WebRTC prototype

Contractor, August 2013 - November 2013

Plexipixel, August 2013

  • Reviewed flow and layout of e-commerce site
  • Architected HTML structure of pages and elements

Concurix, November 2013

  • Streamlined product presentation and messaging
  • Refactored Node.js code structure

Conference Webmaster, Underwater Intervention, November 2011 - January 2012

Intern, Bentley Systems, Inc., March 2011 - June 2011

  • Developed source-control-to-bug-tracking integration systems
    • from Mercurial and CVS, to VersionOne and in-house bug tracker
    • written in Python, using CGI to POST to RESTful APIs with commit hooks
  • Maintained ASP.NET devteam-management portal software

On-Call Tester, VMC Consulting, Inc., 2007 - 2010

  • Followed test cases and regiments
  • Wrote test cases for newly-discovered bugs