Frontend Engineer Resume/CV
I am a front and backend web developer striving to make websites as intuitive as possible. My favorite line from the Zen of Python is "There should be one-- and preferably only one --obvious way to do it."
I did a part-time internship at Bauman Photography where I explored the professional side of photography, helped shoot numerous weddings and continued to develop my photography/editing skills. Aperuture, ISO, focal distance and more became regular parts of my vocabulary.
UC San Diego Graduate, BS Cognitive Science
I started out as a computer science major but decided to switch to cognitive science. Within cognitive science I specialized in human computer interaction. A big focus of cognitive science and HCI is thinking about how people think to make computer interfaces intuitive. I completed a research course looking into user interaction with large displays and developed an iOS touchpad interface to allow a mouse cursor to quickly move around a large display.
UC San Diego Graduate, minor in photography
I've always enjoyed photography and continued developing a passion for it while learning more about the technical aspects of photography.
Graphic/Web Design Intern
I completed an internship at Flood Church in San Diego. While there I worked on various graphic projects and made updates to their website, including skinning their Wordpress blog to more closely match the rest of their branding.
Web Engineer Apprentice
I worked at Mips Computation on various website projects. During this time I began to learn Django and started becoming more comfortable with HTML and CSS.
My blog is featured on the Mezzanine home page.
Core developer @joshcartme has written a comprehensive guide on upgrading to Mezzanine 4.0, check it out: http://t.co/uTHklmi5HR #django— Mezzanine (@MezzanineCMS) July 19, 2015
The overhaul of Mezzanine's admin is off the charts: http://t.co/KW3eMaQGYR props to @joshcartme & @creativewebdev for their efforts #django— Stephen McDonald (@stephen_mcd) March 3, 2014
Can't thank @joshcartme enough for trouble shooting a problem with me. He has built some excelent templates as @MEZZaTHEME . #django #python— Geoff Boss (@gffbss) November 13, 2013