Hi, my name’s Ethan Turkeltaub. I’m a software developer using Ruby, JavaScript, and occasionally Haskell to make web products. I’ve been in the web field for six years, and I’m currently a web developer at Oak, where I work on projects like Siteleaf, Dropmark, CreativeMornings, and Working Not Working. Previously, I was a web developer at Fanzter.

In terms of side projects, right now I’m working on improving the way we plan and organize our travel with a new product called Gone. I also created a compiler and interpreter for a toy programming language called Marvin.

In the past, I’ve worked on projects with the Marist College Student Government Association, and I’ve freelanced for clients in housing, travel, and more.

I’m currently available for freelance work! If you need help on a web or design project, drop me a line.

Experience

Oak

Intern → Web Developer

Jun. 2015 – present

Fanzter

Intern → Web Developer

Jun. 2011 – Sep. 2014

Education

Marist College

B.S. in Computer Science (software development concentration), with minors in information technology and information systems

Aug. 2013 – May 2017

Projects

Marvin

Marvin is a toy programming language written in Ruby

Gone

Gone is a web product that simplifies planning and organizing your vacation

Awards