Hi, my name is Andrew and I am a .
interactivity on the web; and event-based, multiparadigm, weakly typed language that is growing, throught server and into robotics, ML, electronics and more.
The styling on the web. Specificity is the key and CSS3 has some really cool tricks.
Server-side programming language that powers much of the web, including the WordPress API.
Semantic improvements and API additions make this version of the structure of the web a bit of a game changer.
Component-based, multi paradigm JS UI Library. Brings Functional, Object Oriented and Reactive programming styles together on the front end of the web and saved us all with its super quick reconciliation of the Virtual DOM.
It eats state and pure functions and returns you a highly extensible, cacheable, shareable, eventable Global Data Object management system.
Redux Middleware that uses Generator Functions* to apply saga error tracking to the asynchronous state flow hosted by Redux.
Object Oriented Programming
My first ever used Adobe suite product. Great for everything from processing photo shoots and such, to designing digital UIs, to creating abstract/realist compositions with its awesome image and effect layering system.
Web Framework for NodeJS that helps with setting up a server with routing and interfacing with middlewares that help with logging, authentication, authorization, sessions, sockets, etc.
my favorite package manager, having tried gulp and grunt. like babel, its mostly taken care of by create-react-app.
version control thats great for collaboration when used with github or bitbucket. pretty easy once you ‘got’ it.
js transpilation for ES6 and beyond and JSX. I have experience creating from scratch, but create-react-app usually takes care of it for me.
starting from bones or underscores, go from PSD to WordPress using custom post types, ACF, custom plugins and alot of what else comes with customizing WordPress
Digital Image Production and Processing
Cloud based PAAS from providers like AWS, using tools like Lambda, API Gateway, CodeCommit, CodePipeline, S3 and more. Really interesting opportunities for creating Microservices.