I am the guy who can find the one character in ten thousand lines of code that needs to change to fix a particularly stubborn bug that only occurs in production every seventh page load on alternate Tuesdays.
So far I have never come across a technical challenge I couldn’t solve. Challenge me.
My current preferred tech stack:
Other stuff I work with:
- .NET (Primarily C#)
- Objective C (when I don't have a choice)
- Java (Slightly less of an abomination than Obj-C)
Some of my projects:
React Native Web Componentsgithub.com/tqc/react-native-web-components
Seamlessly use html react components in react-native apps
Using git as a structured data store
AWS CodeDeploy lifecycle scripts using ES6 to deploy a node app to EC2
Some other projects I have contributed code to:
A framework for building native apps with React; Fixed some timing and packaging bugs
React Native OAuthgithub.com/fullstackreact/react-native-oauth
A cross-platform social authentication wrapper; Updated for newer iOS versions and improved bitbucket support
React Native Sortable Gridgithub.com/ollija/react-native-sortable-grid
Drag-drop-sortable grid view for react native; Extended to support more complex layouts
2010 - 2017: Consultant @ Willis Towers Watson
In a 3 month contract that lasted seven years, my main role was as front end lead building a series of online and mobile financial calculators for government agencies and super funds.
Earlier in my time at TW, I produced a quarter million lines of intranet code which I would be quite happy to never see again.
1998 - 2010: Various
Detailed history removed as I am not particularly interested in showing up in search results for technologies that were cutting-edge fifteen years ago.