I've worked in C# on and off for several years. I'm generally working in entity framework and MVC apps but I've also spent a good amount of time building API's and windows services.
I've got a new found love for the Laravel framework. It's a well
Python has always been an interest of mine. The django framework is another great stack for
building out quick prototypes.
I love the flexibility and scalability.
SQL Server is my preferred RDBMS. Stored procedures, scalar
columnstore indexes...need more?
My NoSQL data store of choice. High performance, high availability and easy scalability? Count
I'm overjoyed that Ecma is moving forward with yearly releases and excited for ES2017 features (Async functions ftw!).
Sass is my preprocessor of choice for CSS. I look at vanilla CSS now and wonder how I ever lived
without imports, functions and mixins.
Recently published my first android app and really enjoyed the whole process. I'm starting to dig into Kotlin and Java is a passion of mine going back to college.
Automating tasks and making developer life much simpler, gulp is a fantastic
tool that I turn to daily.
Custom data attributes, autofocus, placeholder,
header and footer...geesh I'm glad I don't have to mark up all my divs with id's and use some
CSS3 brought animations, transitions and rounded corners. Not to mention it's made our lives (as
infinitely easier with media queries and box sizing.
My professional experience with node is lacking and the work I have done is primarily inside the sails framework. It's definitely on my list of future to-dos.
JQuery was my go-to before I found angular. I still use it extensively on pretty much every
project I touch.
I've been using PHP on and off for several years. I love how the community has grown
and its open source nature.