Front-End Engineer


  • Apex, NC
  • Contract
  • USA Work Ready
  • REST Web Services

  • Axure RP Pro

  • ActionScript 3

  • AngularJS

  • Adobe Photoshop

  • Scrum

  • Sass

  • Adobe Flash

  • ReactJS

  • Git

  • Jasmine

  • Sencha Touch

  • User Interface Design

  • Backbone.js

  • Interaction Design

  • Karma

  • Javascript

  • Object Oriented Methodology

  • HTML5

  • Design Patterns

  • Agile

  • SVN (Subversion)

  • LESS

  • Instructional Design

  • CSS3

  • Gulp

  • Grunt.js

  • NodeJS

  • ExtJs Framework

  • JIRA

  • Bootstrap

  • MEAN Stack

  • JSON

  • Flex

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  • Job Posted:

  • Expires On: Wednesday, April 18, 2018

  • Job Type: Contract

  • Duration: Negotiable

  • Desired Salary: $90.90/hr

  • Work Authorization: Citizen

My ideal projects involve being part of a team of professionals interested in creating stellar software solutions. These solutions are:

 -Based on solid interaction design principles
 -Designed to please users
 -Built on an efficient architecture
 -Implemented using cutting-edge JavaScript MV* frameworks.

Quality code, efficient workflows, helpful utilities, automated testing, and collaboration are all part of what I value. I've been building software for 18 years. As a technology surfer, I've been riding the wave of technology as it morphs and changes over time.

Software Engineer Consultant @ (HIDDEN)

1/1/2013 - Current

Role Description

Enterprise-level software development using a variety of tools and technologies.- AngularJS- BackboneJS- Bootstrap- CoffeeScript- CSS- Foundation- GEB- Git- Google Closure Linter- Groovy- Gulp- HTML5- Jasmine for Unit Tests- Jenkins- JSX- Karma- Lowdash- ReactJS- SASS- Selenium Web Driver (for automated UI testing)- SourceTree- Stash- Sublime Text- Underscore- WebStorm 8I focus on writing clean code based on sound OOP principles. I strive to write properly architected code that reduces dependencies, is loosely-coupled, and is easy to maintain and grow. I'm a fan of dependency injection, 2-way data binding, and the Model View View-Model paradigm. All code should be backed up with solid unit tests.


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