Skills for the Web
User interfaces, user experience flows, and code that are easy to understand, accessible, and aesthetically pleasing
Flexibility to learn new tools, whether it is a programming language, a framework's documentation, or a new codebase.
What do you work on?
Previously, I worked at Dish Network building the micro-services which control customer records and at Teradata developing web applications using Angular and TypeScript. You can find more about my career on LinkedIn.
What do you enjoy doing outside of work?
I enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking, bird watching, and playing ultimate frisbee. I like working on small wood working projects and caring for my indoor and outdoor plants. Additionally, I contribute to Open Source software in my free time and was a maintainer of TypeDoc project.
Have you made any appearances?
I'm a host on the TalkScript podcast about TypeScript software development. Some of the episodes I've hosted include:
- Episode 59: Modules, Mapping, and Migration. Oh My!
- Episode 58: The IDEas of JetBrains
- Episode 57: TypeScript at Scale
- Episode 56: Don't Fear the Monorepo
- Episode 47: Backends – SMS Browser, Streaming Audio & Game Engine
- Episode 45: Declaration – CSS, Music, Components
What can be found on your social media?
My public social media posts (including my blog) can range from highly technical, to political, to religious. Much of my Twitter feed revolves around web development. I have a list of web developers I follow to highlight industry related content. I hope that all my posts are respectful so please reach out to me if you see something you consider impolite.
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