My name is Jeremy Callinan – (http://www.jcallinan.com). CallinanLLC.com was a domain name I had that was just doing nothing , so I figured it was a good spot for storing extra materials online. I am a programmer / designer / developer, and a serial entrepreneur. This site is a space for all of the materials and resources I’ve made or used in teaching project management, programming, and other classes. I wanted to make everything I use available online for free for anyone to use.
I really enjoy working on new business ideas and product development. I like assisting with and enhancing current ones. Business should use IT to give them an edge in performance, not just as a place to store backups.
I’ve taught short term (2-3 day, 2-3 week) and full semester classes. I’ve taught video game programming to pre-teens, and project management to management in large factories, so there is a wide variety of content here. There is also some materials, resources and information I’ve gathered in my experience consulting and contracting for companies.
If you are interested in contacting me, I may be interested in hearing from you, at least via email (firstname.lastname@example.org). I possess a very unique combination of skill sets – I have started and managed businesses, I have built infrastructure and teams.
I have created sites, apps, and programmed them all. I have done IT support, and IT system design based on constraints and performance needs. I have designed kitchens and menus (queso, burritos, and mixed drinks too), t-shirts, coffe mugs, artwork for album covers and websites. I’ve designed websites, and apps and back-end software for integrating systems, for e-commerce and other kinds of data transfer.
I’ve taught high school and younger, but mostly college – and continuing education classes, from 1-2 days at your company on a specific item (like Microsoft Access or Excel, AutoCAD or Microsoft Project, or just Project Management in general, one of my favorites) – to full semester courses, at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford, as part of the CIST program.
I am not a business management or business development consultant – I am, however helpful in :
- teaching how to manage projects
- teaching how to use software
- programming what is too hard to do any other way (and knowing when to use free software, open source software, or purchasing software)
I believe those 3 things are more useful than any kind of consulting, and can save you a lot of money. If you were to contact me to help you in business development, programming, IT in general, etc, I would give you honest, correct, up to the minute responses that are researched and double-checked.
PS The pictures are from various trips I’ve been on.