Christopher Masi
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Computer Scientist
Hudson Valley - New York

Active Website currently designed by me - Home of the longest running field in Paintball history, web page has user accounts, online reservations system, POS / Inventory controls back end, employee database, time cards, payroll, rfid tracking, mass email and user chat capabilities. - Home of the The Bike Shack,LLC, web page has user accounts, online bike rental system, online sales, in store Point of Sale and inventory controls systems, digital waiver, and barcode tracking. - Team registration and event site for the Hardcore Paintball League's Woodsball World Cup. A yearly event that offers prizes and notoriety for teams of novice, amateur, and professional Paintball Teams. - Home of the Hudson valleys largest Coral and Saltwater Reef specialty store. Full Sales and service retail store located on rt 52 in Hopewell JCT, NY. - Zodiac Paintball Inc is a gun manufacturer that specializes in high end tournament paintball markers. Electronically operated and coming in many custom color configurations, has your back in your next Paintball Tournament.

Private Sites - Portfolios, me sites, online resumes, human servies, I have made quite a few, but they remain private! Shhhh, but if you looking for that personal private site to conduct whatever you need to discreetly I can send you some examples. C2C, membership sites, private forums,cam token chat, INTRAnet boards/db can all be hosted and maintained with privacy and professionalism.

GONE but not forgotten - these sites are no longer available - Paintball Scenario game rules, events, scores, and informational. This site was host to 12 successful events that lead the way for scenario play in the North East. - This site was dedicated to all things Mortal Online related, character builder, custom skills database, recipes, crafting guides and an active fan forum. - PSP Division 1 paintball team site, using chat forums, active roster database, and team schedule contact system. This site ran from 2005-2010 when the team disbanded.

Site designed and developed by
Christopher Masi