Profile

Cover photo
Jason Maggiacomo
Works at Jason Maggiacomo
Attended Sheridan College
Lives in Mississauga
123 followers
AboutPostsPhotosYouTubeReviews

Stream

 
Google Contacts got an update to take on the Material design. I'm liking the functionality of it now.
1
Add a comment...
 
Had a great time yesterday at the Auto Show, and a night downtown. Got some more insights on what my next car might be, but still looking around. Overall these shots are mostly just concepts cars, or pre-production floor models. They were the cars that were getting the most attention.
4
Add a comment...

Jason Maggiacomo

commented on a video on YouTube.
Shared publicly  - 
 
You're amazing man! Your responses to each made me really laugh this morning. It's what I really needed before going into work. Cheers!
1
Add a comment...

Jason Maggiacomo

Shared publicly  - 
1
1
Benjamin Congdon's profile photo
Add a comment...

Jason Maggiacomo

Shared publicly  - 
1
Add a comment...

Jason Maggiacomo

commented on a video on YouTube.
Shared publicly  - 
 
Where did the car that cause the head on collision with the red one come from? Also where did that hill with the snow on the right go? God must have spawned the car there and replaced that hill with 2 trees and a pole, just out of spite. It's just so plausible... /s
3
Add a comment...

Jason Maggiacomo

Shared publicly  - 
 
The paradox of the American Dream: The best cities to get ahead are often the most expensive places to live, and the most affordable places to live can be the worst cities to get ahead.
1
Add a comment...
In his circles
161 people
Have him in circles
123 people
Sarah Huton's profile photo
Joseph Stewart's profile photo
Greg Tucker's profile photo
Matthew Ross's profile photo
EQNforum - Everquest Next's profile photo
Nathan Durben's profile photo
Richard Albritton's profile photo
Scott Sutton's profile photo
Steve Caron's profile photo
 
"Of all the souls I have encountered in my travels, his was the most...  human."

We as humans have to live long and prosper, not only based on the man he played, but the man Leonard was to everyone.

RIP Leonard Nimoy.

#LeonardNimoy   #RIP   #Spock  
4
Add a comment...

Jason Maggiacomo

Shared publicly  - 
 
What an amazing well written article!! What I remember Canada stood for growing up as a child, was a rational thinking country who takes on problems with intelligence and peaceful objectives in mind, not one who's easily provoked to gaining revenge. Terrorism is both a tactic and a threat, and with such a tactic overreacting is not our solution.

"He who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster. And when you gaze long into an abyss the abyss also gazes into you." -Friedrich Nietzsche

Harper is our version of Bush, just maybe a little more educated and less of a pawn. I'm not much of a voter, but this time I'll vote for anyone except him! He does not represent what Canada stands for! If you disagree, move to the states.
Terrorism is a weapon of the weak. It aims to maim and to kill, but above all it seeks to provoke a more powerful opponent. A madman with a gun on Parliament Hill, conspirators dreaming of blowing up a bridge, a lunatic turning a car into a weapon – ...
1
State of Love's profile photo
 
Well said
Add a comment...
 
This is why I also hate job recruiters with a passion! I clearly state on my resume postings (LinkedIn, etc), that I don't want recruiters contacting me. And yet I still get emails or messages about job offers, most with skills I don't have, or at jobs thousand of miles away. It's why now I don't give out my phone number willingly (even on my resume). I personally would rather take the time and work to research and find jobs for companies I want to work at, instead of just accepting any open job. I've gone on too many interviews in the past through recruiters to find out at the interview that this job requires skills I don't even have. It's a waste of time to me, and the company who hired the recruitment agency.

Though I have to say, good on this recruitment company for making this video. It does shine a light that many employers still have no clue about.
1
MATRIXResources's profile photo
 
Thanks for the feedback, Jason. Hopefully we can show that not all of us are bad :) This was definitely an eye-opening experience for our team to learn from.
Add a comment...
 
While I feel there are better games out there than the last SimCity, to help kids learn these and many other important lessons towards their future, I am glad this initiative is being taken, than just a frown eye targeting video games.
1
Add a comment...
 
Wow, now this is a great concept car! I love the idea of the technology for the engine, even though it seems impossible to make. For instance what power/fuel source is needed to run that type of engine, let along be small enough to fit in that body. Still very excited to see some sort of innovation, and even more surprised to see this coming from Chevrolet.
1
Add a comment...
People
In his circles
161 people
Have him in circles
123 people
Sarah Huton's profile photo
Joseph Stewart's profile photo
Greg Tucker's profile photo
Matthew Ross's profile photo
EQNforum - Everquest Next's profile photo
Nathan Durben's profile photo
Richard Albritton's profile photo
Scott Sutton's profile photo
Steve Caron's profile photo
Education
  • Sheridan College
    Computer Programmer, 2002 - 2004
  • Lorne Park High School
    1997 - 2002
Basic Information
Gender
Male
Looking for
Friends, A relationship, Networking
Story
Introduction
Web Developer/Designer, Artist, Programmer, Technology Enthusiast, Gamer, Geek. I go by the name "Nextrix" on many internet sites and video game communities. The internet and video games industry are two very important parts in my life, as I always try to stay on top of both. One I do for a career choice, and the other for a hobby/future career choice.

I've been working as a Web Designer/Developer since 1998. It first started as a hobby of mine. Now I develop websites professionally. I've worked on many large websites such as, Stella Atrois, Ken Dryden, The Mississauga News, BiC, and now Humber College. My focus for the past 5 years has been on developing my skills as a professional Drupal developer and designer. 

I'm also the creator and owner of MinecraftTextures.com, as well as some other TBA projects I have on the go.
Work
Occupation
Senior Full-Stack Developer, Drupal Developer
Skills
Drupal, PHP, MySQL, Twig, Web Design, Web Development, Responsive Web Design, HTML5, CSS3, WCAG, Project Management
Employment
  • Jason Maggiacomo
    Freelance Webmaster, 2008 - present
    Worked on various websites, both commercial and personal projects (like MinecraftTextures.com, and TBA projects).
  • Humber College
    Senior Web Developer/Designer, 2011 - present
    Managing, developing and designing internal Drupal based site; even coding my own modules to do the tasks at hand. Designing websites to meet with WCAG 2.0 AA rules implemented by the AODA legislation. Helping staff with Drupal related issues and problems; based on my extend experience with the Drupal CMS. Testing and implemented new systems to improve deployment and organization within the departments.
  • Metroland Media Group
    Web Designer/Developer, 2007 - 2008
    Handled all online advertisements, new website designs, Mississauga.com website updates. Development work on the Drupal CMS based websites managed by the company. Helping out the other staff members when needed.
  • Canadian Industrial Machinery
    Web Developer, 2005 - 2007
  • dThree Inc.
    Interface Developer (Contract), 2006
    Developed and maintained existing client websites, which included www.kendryden.ca, www.stella-artois.com, and www.franksredhot.ca.
  • eMotion Picture Studios
    Webmaster (Contract), 2010
Places
Map of the places this user has livedMap of the places this user has livedMap of the places this user has lived
Currently
Mississauga
Contact Information
Work
Email
Address
205 Humber College Boulevard, Room B312 Toronto, Ontario, Canada M9W 5L7
What beer store decides to close 1 hour early as what is stated on their front door? This one! Has happened on different days in the week as well and is why I now drive to other beer store locations or just go to the LCBO near by.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Since coming here twice the beer has been flat both times. This time they decided to close an hour early even though their sign said otherwise. I was expecting to be able to order food and maybe another drink. The music was too loud for such a small place. I'd rather give my business to other local bars/pubs in the area. It's sad as there are some much better Fionn MacCool's around the GTA, just not this one.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I was surprised about this Kelsey's location, the food came out quickly and was made very well, the beer was not flat or tasting like other beers (which I had occur to me at another Kelsey location). The service was nice, and they didn't keep asking if we were ok. Hopefully this service stays the same, as I plan to come here again.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Everytime I go here the food is excellent, never over cooked, and always tasting great. The prices are very well suited as well. The beer is never flat, even closer to closing time, and honestly I am amazed by that! And the wings, the reason why you go to such a place are amazing! But there other food there is just as good. The only downside to the place is the location, and the fact that it always gets fairly packed. So plan ahead.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
9 reviews
Map
Map
Map
The only 24/7 Denny's in Mississauga. The service was nice and quick, the food was very good for the price. They server beer here which is a plus in my book! The burgers were not up to par compared to other restaurants, but it was acceptable for the price. This is one of my favourite late night destinations to go for food. I can even eat healthy here as they have some menu items for a person on a diet as well.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
The best thing about this place is how late they are open. Whenever I am doing something out late I can always stop by for some takeout. The food is great at this location, that and the one in Port Credit. Totally filling especially for the price.
Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Very Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Great service, food is always amazing, and I've never had any issues with this Quiznos location. Staff is very friendly and on a non-busy day I enjoy talking with them.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago