Ed Zenisek

Web Developer | ezenisek@gmail.com


I'm a PHP web developer with over 12 years of professional experience. I work primarily with PHP, JavaScript, jQuery, SQL, and JSON to develop web solutions ranging from simple business pages to enterprise level software packages. I also enjoy working with graphic development and video editing. Ultimately, I love working in development, helping and working with other developers, passing my knowledge on to others, and seeing my work online. I always strive to help people and businesses become as efficient as possible.


Bachelor of Science
DeVry University



Web Developer, Senior
New Mexico State University

Developed Maestro, an enterprise level document management and review system used throughout New Mexico State University. Maestro significantly decreased research approval turnaround time and eliminated paper forms entirely. Worked to move applications from a mainframe based system to a web based system with a modular security wrapper application I developed called Application Depot. Also wrote several applications for team member management, physical key / lock security, and a technology infastructure mapping tool called BaconMap.

April 2006 - CURRENT

Web Developer (part time telecommute)
Mountain View Market

Hired initially to create a migration path between an in-store POS system and the company's website to automate sales and price changes. The final product allowed the market to shift an entire employee to a different, more productive, job. Subsequently in charge of maintenance, updates, and feature development of their website using Drupal 6 with thousands of live products.

February 2013 - March 2014

Web Developer & Consultant (part time contract)
Duskrider Design / Self Employed

Created several websites for clients, such as a real estate site for the sale of a local home, a site for a Las Cruces software development company, and a site developed to sell an electronically delivered book or audiobook. Designed and developed a system for selling the book using an online shopping cart, authenticating the customer, and watermarking the resulting PDF to prevent copying and piracy.







Linux Administraton





Maestro makes the handling and storage of research review documents easier and more secure. It helps the University 'Go Green' by eliminating the use of paper for this process, saving approximately 250,000 sheets over 4 years. IT Management estimated that it saved over 5000 man hours worth of work, and improved review turn around time from 2 months to three weeks.

Enterprise  PHP   JavaScript  jQuery   UI Design  MySQL


Re-Pete (RePete.nmsu.edu)

Re-Pete is another big part of the NMSU effort to Go Green. Written in Drupal, it facilitates the transfer of used property from one department to the other at NMSU so that equipment and furniture isn't sitting unused or under-utilized. Re-Pete supports the entire campus.

Enterprise  PHP   JavaScript  Drupal/CMS  


App Depot

App Depot provides application security, account management, user/application permission mapping, and modular development capability. It's essentially a wrapper for web applications that takes care of authentication and security for a web app written in any language using an API. It also provides access reports so you can see which apps users rely on the most.

Security  PHP   JavaScript  API  



4920 Raevin Ct
Las Cruces, NM 88007


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