I am a full-stack engineer proficient in Node.js and front-end development, specializing in custom application architectures that are semantic, fast and stable. This end-to-end versatility helps me anticipate problems before they occur and build seamless, custom applications that are focused, efficient and bullet proof. Writing debt-free code that optimizes the flow of each application and minimizes rework is my professional passion. I follow AGILE product development processes and enjoy working in a social, collaborative environment. Participating in the open source Node community keeps my skills sharp by learning and adopting bleeding-edge technologies for web development.
Organized and collaborated with the Utah Node Ninjas Leadership Committee, scheduled and trained Node.js presenters, facilitated beginners in installation of Node.
One of the founding members of the io.js (now Node.js) Website Working Group, facilitated live conference call/meetings on a weekly basis, built the build and automation process for the original io.js website, triaged and organized issues as they arose.
Team lead for the Code for San Francisco Website and Tools Team, organizing and facilitating the onboarding of new members and making accessible all tools available for assistance with SFBrigade projects.
Promoted to Senior Software Engineer at Grow after 3 months employment.
Designed and architected the structure and implementation of the frontend of apianalytics.com's app, Mashape Analytics, or Galileo.
Application architecture, external API integration, OAuth, Database management, training, small hardware operations, Dev Ops.
Node.js, MySQL, REST APIs, MSSQL, PostgreSQL, Angular.js, LESS CSS
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