About JREAM Studio

JREAM is pronounced "juh-ream". JREAM was started in 2005. This Studio is a dedicated service to offer software development solutions to you, offering over a decade of experience in multiple programming languages and architectures!

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Development is done in the warm state of Florida, USA. Jesse is the main full-time developer. Seldom are his local connections recruited to meet hard deadlines. You're always in the loop if another developer is needed to assist.

Long Term Success
The idea behind all development is to build upon open-source platforms, be it a framework or platform, the goal is to prevent vendor lock-in and never re-inventing the wheel. This saves time, and it allows other developers to jump into something not foreign. Open Source has been battle tested, It's tried and true, It's free, It's well documented, and It's backed by communities. Lastly, the worlds largest corporations utilize open-source tools regularly.

Jesse's Profile
Owner + Developer

Jesse Boyer - JREAM

Brief Career Overview

  • Jesse is frequently known as JREAM on the web. He began coding at 12 years old. He's been programming professionally for over ten years.
  • Recorded 360+ training tutorials on YouTube reaching 10+ million total views.
  • Published jQuery UI Book in 2012 with Packt.
  • Recorded over Seven Complete Training Series teaching several languages (200+ Hours), gaining 35k total learners in total. Created a custom SaaS in Phalcon for realtime streaming content.
  • Handled business critical servers (DevOps/SysAdmin) and web applications at employed jobs; Including several multi-million dollar operations.
  • Regularly Teaches & Writes Open Source.

Jesse's Hardware

Jesse Workspace
  • Code Editor(s)
    • Visual Studio Code / ST3
    • IntelliJ Ultimate
    • PHPStorm / PyCharm / WebStorm
    • Mongo Studio 3T
    • MySQL Workbench / HeidiSQL
  • Graphic Software
    • Adobe Photoshop
    • Adobe Illustrator
    • Misc Screen Recorders

Desktop

  • Model: Custom Built PC; Upgraded Over Several Years.
  • Case: Corsair Obsidian 650D
  • CPU: 8-Core AMD FX-8350 @ 4.4 GHz (Liquid Cooled)
  • Memory: Corsair Vengeance @ 32GB (8GB x 4) DDR3
  • Motherboard: ASUS Crosshair V Formula-Z
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950 (EVGA) @ 2GB
  • Storage:
    • 2x Samsung 850 EVO (SSD) @ 500GB
    • Samsung 840 EVO (SSD) @ 250GB
    • Samsung 830 EVO (SSD) @ 120GB
    • Crucial M500 (SSD) @ 240GB
    • Intel 520 Series (SSD) @ 240GB
    • Utility: WD My Passport (External USB 3) @ 1TB
    • Backup: WD My Book (External) @ 4TB
    • Backup: Online @ AWS Glacier
  • Monitor(s)
    • 34" Dell UltraSharp/Wide Curved @ 3440x1440
    • 24" Acer B6 @ 1920x1200
  • Microphone: Blue Yeti (Standard)
  • Mouse: Logitech MX Master
  • Keyboard: SIIG Slim Aluminum Keyboard
  • OS: Windows 10, Ubuntu 16/17 in VMWare Workstation

Laptop(s)

  • Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch v3
    • 14" Touch @ 2560x1440
    • Intel Quad-Core i7-5600U @ 2.6Ghz
    • 8GB DDR3 Memory
    • IntelĀ® HD Graphics 5500
    • M.2 SSD @ 256GB
    • Dual Boot Windows 10, Ubuntu 17
  • Lenovo ThinkPad T440s (Backup)
    • 14" @ 1600x900
    • Intel Core i5-4200U @ 2.6Ghz
    • 8GB DDR3 Memory
    • IntelĀ® HD Graphics 4400
    • 2.5" Crucial SSD @ 256GB
    • Ubuntu 17