Challenge: Complex hybrid build integrating Adobe Experience Manager and Magento. Establish a Front end baseline so that syles were consistent between AEM and Magento, while wrestling with core CSS required for each environmentwww.motorguide.com
Challenge: Portfolio site for the Agency you work for. Up and running in under 6 weeks. Leveraged component libray that we grew with each sucessive Wagtail CMS website.www.schafercondoncarter.com
Challenge: Fully authorable CMS leveraging Wagtails JSON API to integrate with React Componentswww.arborpic.com
Challenge: Fully authorable CMS leveraging Wagtail's Streamfield block which allows admins to create layouts on the fly. Integrated Hotjar heatmaps and AB testing for post production site optimizationwww.llumarmycar.com
Challenge: Create an authorable portfolio site using the Wagtail CMS and Full Ecommerce shop using Magento.www.originaluncledougies.com
Challenge: Create fully responsive front end build a wordpress-esqe backend using ruby: Polymorphic models, Blog with WISIWIG, Search, Image Cropping.www.kerrygoldusa.com
Challenge: Create fully responsive front end with customized UI behavior, google maps integrationwww.fusionacademy.com
Challenge: Create fully responsive front end and Robust backend CMS, Geo Locater service, Custom Instagram Enginewww.nathansfamous.com
Challenge: Create fully responsive front end and Robust backend CMS that could accommodate different layouts for a constantly changing menu, google maps integration to add new locations.www.yallamedi.com
HTML5, CSS3, SASS & LESS- I consider proper naming and semantic HTML5 markup a craft, and take it seriously. I can write a whole component in HTML just by looking a psd, and later sculpt it with CSS.
SASS is such a powerful and an effective way to promote maintainable and reusable code. I have a go-to SASS library of mix-ins and variables that I have accumulated over the years that significantly reduce setup up. I have only used LESS as it relates to theming the Magento framework, i prefer SASS.
Python/Django - I have built and deployed several Python apps, leveraging the Wagtail CMS. And have worked with our team to create a foundational architectue which packages vetted components, that significatly reduces start up time.
Ruby on Rails - This is my strongest backend programming language. I have built robust Content Management Systems using polymorphic models, Google Maps API integration, custom social media scrapers/engines.
PHP & Wordpress - I have worked on building robust backends in Wordpress which allowed client service teams to effortlessly manage content for monthly newsletters.
Servers & Databases - I have worked with Linux servers running some combination of Apache or Puma. Typically working with staging and production environments, and deploying code updates through CircleCI. More recently I have been exploring out the box solutions with either Docker Containers, or Amazons Elastic Beanstalk. My database of choice is MYSQL.