|2015||Web Development Certificate |
|2008 - 2012||B.S. in Civil and Environmental Engineering |
University of Virginia
I try to keep a balance. After spending ~7 hours in front of a computer screen, I typically hit the climbing gym or head to a yoga class. On the weekends, I like to challenge myself with some outdoor climbing, mountaineering, or sometimes just some good PNW microbrews. Pushing my limits has led me to my tech career path. I enjoy leveraging my engineering training in its purest form of solving problems using new technologies on a daily basis. I’m also decent at foosball.
Despite working mainly in the front end, I touch our backend Scala/Java + MySql stack on a daily basis as well.
Previously I've taken a course based in Ruby on Rails, completed project with Node.js and have work experience with deploying IOS and Android Applications with Angular Ionic.
This summary of technologies is by no means all-inclusive (for example, I've written programs in C and have a working knowledge of Vim), however in an age with so many languages, deployment tools, and frameworks, I feel there is added value in a meaningful overview rather than a exhaustive list.
First Prize at Expedia LocalExpert Seattle Hackathon Geekwire Article
Best Bike safety application at the AT&T Mobile Application and Bicycle Safety Hackathon
Mar 2016 - current
Nov 2015 - Mar 2016
Sep 2015 - Jan 2016
Jul 2015 - Dec 2015
Apr 2015 - Jun 2015
Oct 2013 - Feb 2015
Aug 2011 - Oct 2013
Jul 2003 - Oct 2008
Connecting Cratejoy's Beta RESTful API to a VeraCore Promail SOAP API. The JSON to XML interface included storing ordering information on a 3rd party server to process shipments, update tracking, and implement a product distribution system to decrease loss of perishable product.