Friction TV are an online video debating website. The process of a debate is that a user will upload a video to the website that will encourage an issue, users will then comment on this issue using text or video responses.
I worked at Friction TV from February 2008 to August 2008 with Daniel Mullin, Brent McDowell & Paul Le contributing to the PHP Object Orientated backend code and also building XSLT pages for various browsing platforms.
At Friction TV I was tasked to:
- Manage a team of front end web developers to produce CSS, XSLT and XML driven style sheets
- Develop PHP class based code with business and data abstraction
- Develop MySQL data queries for data selection and manipulation
- Collaborate on the development of an Application Programming Interface to allow businesses including Tiscali, PETA, Amnesty International, Yahoo!, Veracifier, Independent & Greenpeace to integrate with the company’s data
- Utilise the Flix On2 video creation software to encode videos and images
- Utilise PHP to produce dynamically driven XML to serve XSLT
- Coproduce an Email Customer Relationship Marketing tool to facilitate interaction from business to end user