Top Senior Browser debugging Developers - Dec 2017
Senior .Net Developer
• More than 13 years of overall software development experience having expertise in all stages of the whole software development life cycle. • Microsoft Certified Solution Developer in .Net • Proficient in Object Oriented Analysis and Design(OOAD), Object Oriented Programming (OOP), ,design patterns, software development best practices, Agile development Methodology, and TDD • Excellent interpersonal, communication and organizational skills, productive relationships by working effectively with team members at all levels; easily adapt to new environments and with great potential to learn. • Have a great passion about technology and always try to keep up by reading tech blogs, checking out developer podcasts and webcasts, and attending developer training classes
Experienced Front-End Engineer & UX Designer who can help you overcome your obstacles & ship your code, prototypes and designs.
My career in building interfaces & platforms began in earnest at a science museum, where I learned designing & coding in the unforgiving environment of museum visitors & energetic children looking to learn & be actively engaged. Since then, I've participated in open source communities, in a sort of 'start-up incubator' and worked with early stage companies & non-profits to scale meaningful tools for their communities. I've taught web design in a college setting, and I'm here to help you be more successful, find troubling bugs, and just generally feel more empowered in getting software to do what you are trying to do in situation where you really need to publish and ship.
React, WordPress and Web Developer
I work mostly with JS; Node, React, Redux, gulp, npm, etc. I also have experience with PHP and writing WordPress plugins. I'm also very good at HTML/CSS. I value liberty, empathy, justice, art and nature. Akron native wandering the world looking for people with similar values.
All the programming stuff I do is personal and alone (or, as they say, all side-projects). I think I'm fairly patient to teach and understand the world of non-programmers.
I have over 15 years of development experience for the top names in all the major industries. I love to teach and talk about technology, and I have extensive mentoring experience. I'm friendly and open, and I make an effort to explain topics carefully. I've worked as developer for about 15 years now, and I have a full understanding of all aspects of development (server side, client side, and mobile). I graduated Magna Cum Laude from Vassar College with a degree in computer science in which I received departmental honors. I've worked for many clients in New York including, Nike, IBM, Pfizer, MTV, Chanel, Verizon, Goldman Sachs, Nestle, AARP, and BAM. I've worked with companies in pretty much all of the major industries applicable to development, and I have a deep understanding of the differences in the ways those industries work. I'm very friendly and outgoing, I take constructive criticism well, and I'm always happy to put in extra hours when necessary. As an Instructor, I have been teaching full time since 2015 at General Assembly and have lead workshops at many locations, including Columbia University, NYU, and General Assembly.
Front-end developer. Going down the rabbit hole so you don't have to.
I'm best at helping with: 1. Responsive layout 2. Debugging browser quirks 3. Learning front-end fundamentals Believe me, I know what it's like to have a CSS freakout. Here are some things I just dealt with at work last week: • Why is flexbox not vertically centering in Internet Explorer 11? • Why's my header overlapping YouTube videos in fullscreen mode? • How come my sticky sidebar disappears on a real iPad but works fine in the iOS emulator? Honestly, I love figuring this stuff out. I love getting back to the basics, because when we understand *why* things go wrong we can fix them now and avoid them next time. So, if I can help you save a headache with your front-end development, hit me up. Thanks 🙂
Creative coder. JS and game dev | Love Chillwave and Longboarding
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