I am a web developer who loves building web applications. Currently I spend my time planning and building applications, keeping performance and testability always in the front of my mind. I like to use AngularJS right now, in addition to ReactJS for my UI. Angular is really easy to unit and e2e test.
I am a web developer who loves building web applications. Currently I spend my time planning and building applications, keeping performance and testability always in the front of my mind. I like to use AngularJS right now, in addition to ReactJS for my UI. Angular is really easy to unit and e2e test. React isn't as easy, but it's still very doable. I'm building something with the Flux architecture right now, and I'm very optimistic about this structure. Flux and React together is perfect. Most of my free time is spent building small applications that allow me to gain a higher level of understanding with tools that I use in development (Grunt, Gulp, Bower, AngularJS, Flux, ReactJS, Restify, Node, Express, Firebase, lib-sass, etc). I try to contribute to different open source angular and react projects when I can on Github. I make performance a part of my actual dev process, instead of just something that I do at the end. The awesome engineers on the Google Chrome team make the information on how to make the web faster available to us all, and I soak it all up :)
I've also learned to trust and love unit testing in my applications. A common question I find myself always asking is, "did you write a test for it?!?".
and CSS. Maintaining corporate site using the Kohana and Codeigniter MVC frameworks.
In charge of all system administator duties, including server maintenance and upgrades,
database security, implementation of backup plan on Amazon's AWS system by creating
redundancies. Implementing database and file encryption on Linux servers to remain