- Templating languages I've worked with include ERB, Smarty, Hogan, Jade, HAML, EJS & Handlebars
- CSS preprocessors I've worked with include SASS, LESS, Compass, stylus, myth & rework
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I'm comfortable with most data description formats (YAML, XML, JSON, SQL, CoreData); engines I've worked with include MongoDB, Redis, MySQL, SQLite, PostgreSQL and Oracle.
I've also worked with remote services like Firebase and Parse, and written my own RESTful data services.
I've designed database schemas from the ground up and performed normalizations on existing schemas, worked with ORM libraries and written my own table generators.
You know, all the data things.
I worked for the Center for Autism Research, Technology and Education, 2012-2013. We built a suite of games for children with autism, designed to teach facial expression recognition. I made all the game sounds, wrote audio libraries and interfaces for web APIs.
In the spring of 2013, I was hired by Vanderbilt University to build an application to create, manage and view results of psychology experiments using a drag-and-drop interface, and publish the experiments online using Amazon Mechanical Turk. I was responsible for both client-side and server-side development. I'm now working as technical lead at Cognilab, building a similar crowdsourcing application.
I also freelance as a web developer. Lately I am writing a lot of single-page applications (SPAs) using MVVM frameworks like Backbone, Angular, Knockout, Knockback, etc.
I sometimes write open-source components, and contribute to the npm community. You can find my github projects here