I like to make things for the web.
Currently I am a Software Coach / Web Developer at Vitalyst in Philadelphia.
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Here are a few things I am experiened with:
Web Developer / Software Coach @ Vitalyst
October 2016 - Present
Git is used for version control.
Manually test sites in various browsers and mobile devices to ensure cross-browser compatibility and responsiveness.
Imaging Tech @ Riddle Hospital
June 2004 - February 2017
Responsible for the digitizing of Radiology Images.
Assist doctors and patients with the viewing of digital images.
Ensure all Radiology records were kept according to HIPPA standards.
Responsive website I developed for a launching local business.
Worked with client to design website.
To save client money, I used AWS to host the static site.
Here's a quick .
OK, it's really not that quick, go here and I'll explain.
My Personal Website
Yes, you are here now.
Just a place to be seen.
I use GitHub for my version control.
GSAP and Scrollmagic for the animations.
Sass as my preprocessor.
Ensured site was HTML valid using: W3 Validation Service.
This page is being served from an AWS S3 bucket.
Since it's a static site, I just threw everything into an S3 bucket. Made them available to the public and adjusted the DNS records accordingly.
Edged the bucket with CloudFront, so it should load up lickety-split.
Site I made for fun.
I mess around with stuff there, sometimes codepen isn't enough.
I also use it as a place to hold notes. So far I've uploaded notes/tutorials for:
Hosted on AWS.
Just your basic 2 player scorekeeper
No data persistence.
When page loads, click give new colors.
Still a work in progress.
You can find more on my codepen.