Hello. I like programming and coffee. Usually I take both at the same time. I have a passion for solving problems and meeting new people.
I have written code across the entire spectrum: front-end, back-end, mobile apps, desktop sites, systems programming, etcetera etcetera. I never shy away from a challenge and I am always looking for opportunities to push my boundaries and build new and exciting things.
If you feel like we may be a match, contact me.
Throughout my career I have wielded many technologies and I'm always searching for new challenges. This has led me to many different opportunities at many companies as well as a lot of freelance work. Below you will find a few of my achievements.
I offered expert advice and technical assistance to companies and independent developers by writing blog posts, attending and speaking at conferences, answering questions on forums, creating tutorial videos, and writing sample code. I worked closely with large companies like BBC's Top Gear and CNN Mexico.
I worked as part of a team creating exciting interactive experiences for preschoolers using a combination of Web Technologies and the Flash platform. Our projects ranged from streaming video content on demand to building games and augmented reality learning experiences.
I created HTML-based games from PSDs using web standards. I was responsible for ensuring that design and game engineers were in-sync for several game projects. I also acted as the lead Flash developer using AS2 & 3.
I prepared lessons and conveyed systematic approaches to solve through puzzles such as sudoku and minesweeper and relating those approaches to solving mathematical conjectures.
I worked remotely creating a virtual online "page-flipper" magazine for kids building all the animations and scripting page-to-page functionality.
I worked as part of a team creating designs working mostly with CSS and HTML and designing the back-end architecture.
I took numerous courses in Molecular Biology, Mathematics, and Computer Science. I was part of a group that met between classes to solve complex puzzles and problems with Professor Arnold Rosenbloom under whom I became a Teaching Assistant for similar workshops.
References are available upon request.