Collaborated with customer management, QA, and design teams to build upon the product for our range of users.
When I started, it was a small development team of 5 people working on a product for use within the company. Since then, it has grown to a 50 person software team working on a variety of internal and external products. Growing alongside the company has allowed me to learn a variety if technical skills and development procedures.
I worked with different groups (design, QA, product) to develop a marketable product.
The company transitioned from creating software for our sales team, to creating software for external customers; and this allowed me to learn a new side of software development.
Right out of college, I leaned a lot about software development and how to work on a small team to develop software that was critical for the company to be able to grow.
A light-weight, but powerful, react router. This project was born out of wanting a simple solution instead of a big dependency with a big API.
I'm currently training to run the 2022 Chicago Marathon with Finish MS charity. My goal is to come in under 4 hours.
A fun little project to help add and track points for the card game Quiddler. It served as a nice excuse to learn Github Actions and brush-up on PWA practices.
This is a re-creation of the classic minesweeper, but on an infinite field. It started as a fun idea and grew into an excuse to get more familiar with redux.
This is a zero-sum budget program I developed to get my wife and I out of rigid and fragile spreadsheets. I've used this project to evaluate different front-end frameworks (including the redux store within react). Out of this, in 2013, I spearheaded Centro's move to Angular.
Windy-city Rails - 2015
Ruby Remote Conf - 2014
An Event Apart - Web Design Conference - 2008
Bachelors of Science in Computer Science at Illinois Institute of Technology. - 2006