- XHTML 1.0 + CSS2
- Cross-browser testing
- Familiar with browser layout issues dating back to IE6
- HTML5 + CSS3
- Responsive web design
- HAML, SASS, LESS, Compass
Learning different programming languages has taught me that specific programming languages way less important than the ability to understand systems, solve tough problems and finish projects. So, let's talk about what I have actually done.
This past year, I worked for CARTe. We built a suite of games for children with autism designed to teach facial expression recognition, driven by user-generated image content. I wrote an audio library to process game sounds in response to user interaction, and was responsible for handling the APIs to integrating photo content from Facebook and Instagram. The app is scheduled for release in August 2013.
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 presently freelance as a web developer, working mainly in PHP with WordPress and CodeIgniter.
I started writing code when I was 13. I know that's what I'm supposed to say, and it is true. But let's be honest, nobody wants to see that code, ever.