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Argo Labs is an Ann Arbor based digital engineering, design, videography, & content marketing company aiming to build a more unique web.
As Technology Director, my main roles are the Linux Systems Administrator for our dedicated server and developing the backends for the different customized Content Management Systems, Databases, Websites, and Applications we’ve deployed for our clients.
We have worked with people all across the globe and have done a wide variety of work for them. Our clients are from all walks of life, varying from families wanting a video made of their daughter’s Bat Mitzvah to corporations looking for a custom system to manage their business.
- 1 project
- 10 hours included
- 50% upfront, 50% upon completion
- 1+ projects
- 5 hour minimum
- Create, test, debug, and/or finish
- Invoice upon completion
- 1 article
- Topic of your choice
- Optimized for search
- Social media reach
10+ years of experience
Started programming at fourteen by building a video game server with MySQL/Apache and it’s website with HTML/PHP/Java. Started a non-profit in 2010 at seventeen. Interned at Automattic (company behind WordPress) in 2011 at eighteen. Interned at Google (working on Wallet) in 2012 at nineteen. Studied Computer Science Engineering at the University of Michigan from 2011-2015, doing development/engineering work for multiple startups. Launched Argo Labs in 2015 at 22.
success in multiple industries
Have worked with companies in a vast array of industries such as: Software, Marketing, Engineering, Print Publication, Online Publication, Finance, Mobile Application, Information Technology, Cosmetics, Medicine; Ecommerce, and Restaurants.
works with corporations, small businesses, startups, and individuals
Work has benefited companies at every level including: startups, pllcs, small businesses, regional businesses, national corporations, and global brands. Have worked with Fortune 500’s technology companies, locally owned farm-to-table restaurants, successful startups, individually licensed service providers, and people just trying to start a blog.
blog tips, tools, reviews, thoughts, poetry.
I posted this video on my Facebook profile today and really only shared it because I thought it was hilarious. My stance on gun control has always been stone cold. I didn’t see what all the fuss was about over little things like background checks, restrictions seemed obvious, and I’ve always thought that guns were just kinda… pointless? I mean, a couple of years ago I wrote a piece that ends with a depiction of gun owners as unsympathetic and questioned their ethics. So I obviously have never understood the theory behind the right to bear arms.
- #100DaysOfBlogging, business, startups, technology
All I could hear was generic bschool-kid garbage
I hadn’t seen my friend Joe in four, maybe five years when we randomly ran into each other last winter. We began hanging out regularly and he would always bring up this one friend from his fraternity who he believed would be a great author for The Sexy Politico (TSP). The Sexy Politico is a client of Argo Labs, the business I confounded last July, but we’re not apart of the new author process; so we told him to have his friend email the Editor or Publisher at TSP to get started. Joe didn’t want that. Joe insisted either Marikha or I have direct contact via phone, video, email, or whatever.
Originally published on The Sexy Politico
Thank you, Justice Kennedy, you shall indeed be eternalized as a gay rights icon. After his heroic “aye” this morning, Justice Kennedy was the lone conservative vote needed to end the long struggle for Marriage Equality in all 50 states. As soon as the news broke, celebrations began right outside the Supreme Court entrance. The rest of the nation swiftly followed suit. Here in Michigan, they began in the blink of an eye and couples wasted no time getting to their local courthouses.
In the wake of the Charleston Massacre, images of confessed gunman Dylann Wolf pictured with the Confederated flag draped around him have caused a national outcry. Many South Carolinians immediately called for the flag’s removal from the capitol grounds. On Tuesday, Governor Nikki Haley pleaded for the same.
Steve Jobs proudly holding what is arguably his most innovative “one more thing,” the iPod. Jobs is the best representative of “variable success,” failing and succeeding more in one lifetime than anyone thought imaginable.
Mark Caine, author of the 1962 novel The S-Man, once said, “The first step towards success is taken when you refuse to be a captive of the environment in which you first find yourself.” This alludes to the idea that success is purely situational, and the factors that affect it must be situational in nature