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Member since April, 2011
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Kurt Waldowski 

Kurt Waldowski is a multi-talented developer that has been creating games, web sites, and web applications for over 5 years. Programmer, designer, and artist, Kurt has taken part in every end of the development process. He is currently attending the University of Michigan to earn his degree in Computer Science. Kurt only bids on projects he is genuinely passionate about, and as a result, he guarantees satisfaction. He often bids with longer time constraints in order to account for potential reiteration. This assures that your vision is brought to life the way it was envisioned.
$60 USD/hr
5 Reviews
  • 86%Jobs Completed
  • 100%On Budget
  • 100%On Time
  • 17%Repeat Hire Rate

Recent Reviews


Technical Trainer

Apr 2012 - Sep 2012 (5 months)

-Taught sales reps. how to use the sales software in hour and a half sessions over the phone -Developed a series of training videos for new sales reps to learn the software. -Wrote the scripts, did all of the voice overs, and the video editing.

Instructional Aid

Apr 2012 - Dec 2012 (8 months)

Held office hours as an Instructional Aid for Engineering 101 at U of M Ann Arbor -Held office hours and assisted students in C++ programming -Also taught MatLab

Web Application Developer

Apr 2012 - Sep 2013 (1 year)

-Created innovative Web Application testing software using Java and Selenium. -Worked on an enterprise level Web Application using Java -Helped create an award winning mobile web application (Artown Detroit) from the ground up -Created three WordPress sites for various clients -Did basic penetration testing using Back|Track5 and Metasploit -Worked on a web application using ASP and VB


Computer Science

2012 - 2013 (1 year)


National Gold Medals (2010)

Scholastic Arts (Sponsored by AMD)

Won two national gold medals for my video games Sandy Evolution and Kinetics.

Apps for Detroit: First Place (2012)

Code for America

Helped create an award winning application that won first place in Code for America's apps for Detroit competition.


Wait - Who is This Game For Again?

Wrote a six page article about the importance of your audience when designing a game for a competition or money.