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My background is in video games, a craft that marries storytelling, art, programming, and more. Though I've since dedicated myself to web development, I carry that background with me and it influences the way I approach life. My dev experience is mainly front-end, but I am slowly investing my time into full-stack tech. Outside of work you can find me engaged in one of my (too) many hobbies; check the Blog for more details on those.
I work in melt's Custom line of business, which is a team dedicated to writing, well, custom software. I am transitioning into a full-stack position with focus on MEVN, AWS, and AEM, but part of this role requires a breadth of experience and ability to learn new technologies regularly. At any given moment I could be working in Drupal 8, writing Java or Python, assisting with deployments, data analytics in Tableau, etc. I'm a certified AEM developer, involved in the company's mentorship program, and champion team efforts toward better documentation.
As the multimedia technical designer of the Extended Campuses' Personalized Learning Degree team, I worked closely with IT, Lead Faculty, and the Curriculum Manager. The role was dynamic, and included a mix of administrative, developmental, and trouble-shooting tasks. I worked in both Pearson's eCollege and Moodlerooms learning management systems on a daily basis. I also provided teams with technical solutions to improve organizational efficiency.