My preffered JS framework. Angular 1 is where it's at. Angular 2 is still a WIP IMHO. $scope++
Proficient in "the cloud". Best practices, Unit tests, Governers, the works. Skuid (SFDC UI tool) champion.
Lots of time on large enterprise-level projects. Mostly REST APIs.
Solid OOP foundation. My first language. Several published apps on the google play store.
Preferably with a heavy dose of bootstrap. You're looking at some of my work...
Some database experience. Solid understanding of data modeling fundamentals. I can JOIN and COALESCE with the pros. Some MongoDB NoSQL experience as well.
Super easy and efficient. I use it for quick hacks.
Something I'm messing with occasionally. Channels are pretty cool.
An android application for calculating ritual immersion dates. 1500+ downloads.
A node.js, socket.io one time chat appplication. Running on Heroku.
Chrome extension to pull up Salesforce records by Id.
A MEAN stack forum for sharing parnassah/work ideas.
A Super basic android app to compare prices.
Chrome extension to search text in salesforce from the chrome context menu.
February 2016 - Current
I use ASP.NET, AngularJS, and other magical tools to create exciting user-friendly software.
January 2014 - February 2016 (2+ Years)
I am part of a team of 5 developers. We all use git to control our source code, and yet we all still get along(:)). I often write solution documents and participate in "solutioning" meetings to decide what architechture will be the most efficient for the business use case. I have gotten very familiar with the "Agile" methodology of software development and I frequently crush story point expectations!
June 2013 - December 2013 (5 months)
I learnt Java, SQL and Salesforce.com basics in a classroom setting from an experienced programmer (30 years!). This course was geared toward intense classes which covered all of the basics of OOP: Inheritance, Polymorphism and Encapsulation. After getting comfortable with the basics of Java, I spent some time creating android applications. I also got very familiar with the Salesforce.com platform which uses a language (Apex) which is very similar to Java. The SQL training helped to learn SOQL as well.