I’ve decide to move my resume over to Google Docs. This allows people to view it on the web, share it, and download it in various formats AND they always have access to the most current version.
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If I were to describe myself, I …
- … am a User eXperience-centric web/application developer and consultant, brain-stormer, inventor, creator and ideas man.
- … enjoy bringing new ideas out of my mind, off the paper and onto the screen and into my hands.
- … am not afraid to question the status quo in favor of a better solution.
- … focus on doing things the right way, keeping things scalable and prepared for the unforeseen, yet always prevalent changes.
- … am willing to learn new technologies and new ways of thinking.
- … answer my phone, return calls and emails
- … pride myself in being dependable and reliable.
Here is what I am great at:
- User eXperience Development/Design, Out-of-the-Box Thinking, Problem Solving
- Flex, AIR, Flash, ActionScript
- FlexUnit, Swiz, Cairngorm, Maté
- ANT, AMF, MySQL, XML, SVN
Here is what I have been learning lately and would love to learn more of:
- JQuery, Angular JS, Backbone JS, Ember JS, Knockout JS, Node JS
- iOS, Android, Python, PHP, Stage3D, OpenGL
My ideal job would include…
- … the ability to primarily work remotely with occasional on-site visits for project kickoffs and milestones.
- … a close team of individuals that communicates many times a day utilizing tools such as Skype, Instant Message, etc.
- … the ability to leverage my primary skills while helping me grow by cultivating those aforementioned skills I have been learning.
- … working for an established company/product.
- … a small development team that practices the agile methodology.
Other things of notability:
- I find myself more and more enjoying the exploration and development of the User eXperience. While I love to code, I also love to brainstorm about how to make a good UX a great UX.
- In nearly all of my consultant roles, I have served in some part as the (unofficial) development lead. I think my attention to detail lends itself well to maintaining consistency in APIs,, coding conventions and overall quality of product. While I would stop shy of saying I want to be a project manager, I can say that I would enjoy a more official, high level dev management position.
- I love lists.