Diligent problem solver
Strong oral and written communicator
Agency & startup experience
React & Vue JS Gulp & Webpack
PHP WP & Laravel
Python SQL, NoSQL
Bootstrap RESTful APIs Oauth
User ExperienceResponsive Design User Flow
Site Staging & SandboxingAdobe CS Jira GitHub
Agile Methodology Rapid Prototyping
Unit & Acceptance Testing Quality Assurance
Cross Browser Compatibility
Master of Digital Media
Bachelor of Applied Management
University Of New Brunswick
Working mostly on the frontend, with some backend
-Vue / Nuxt JS
-Cordova, Axios, Webpack
-Gulp, SASS, SVG
-MySQL / MongoDB, REST APIs, OAuth
-AWS, SSL, Node JS, Shopify
-PHP, Zend, Laravel
Full Stack Developer
Build and maintain clients’ web apps, and occasional mobile applications. Building with Wordpress, Laravel, Vue JS, Gulp, and Sass.
Managing the DNS records, server configuration. Turning mockups into web applications. Working with designers to ensure the user experience is executed as desired. Performing quality insurance testing, unit testing, and debugging.
Ensuring cross browser/devices compatibility. Maintaining SEO best practices, and adding support for AODA accessibility.
DEMHUB is a community platform for the disaster and emergency professionals. I was a full-stack developer. The technical team consisted of a CTO, lead developer, two part-time designers, and myself.
DEMHUB was a MVC web application build with PHP (Laravel). The whole technical team was involved in the product's planning, developement, and iteration. Our developement task management was done with Pivotal Tracker. Our Git code repositiory was stored on BitBucket.
Share memorable moments within a video using Hot Potato. A user can select, edit and share video content in a user-friendly, no-frills interface. The MVP of Hot Potato was done as a solo developer. Later iterations were done alongside two other developers.
Hot Potato began as a web application. A mobile app was also created. I served as both a developer and a project manager. Setting and enacting development sprints. Jumping between task management and development.
The site relied most on the JW video player, jQuery, PHP, React.js, and MySQL. The site created the illusion of video edits by manupliation the source video. Hot Potato users edit on our platform, and share the links via social media.
Digital Media Coordinator
WFN is a North American fishing television channel. I worked in the digital & web department. My department was responsible for web content, running the website, channel schedule, as well as publishing digital assets.
Programming and copywriting were involved with the work done. The site was originally built in Wordpress, but we moved to Ruby on Rails. Webpages ranged from official show pages, press releases, news, conservation and marketing content.
The TV schedule database, media content management system (Ooyala Backlot), SEO optimizing, and web analytics were all duties undertaken. Monthly digital content reports, communicating with the show producers, and fulfilling the marketing team's mandate were other tasks performed.