Senior front-end developer I write accessible, performant, reusable, tested code.

My journey

My first taste of programming happened in high school back in 2001. I remember being fascinated by what could be achieved writing code.

In the summer of 2003, I received a life-changing invite to play baseball for Durham College. I immediately researched the school and the programs it offered. I got to the “Web Developer” program and got flashbacks of my high school programming class. Two months later I was on a plane.

I started in the industry as a designer. The good old days of designing in Photoshop, slicing and exporting images, and slapping it together in table markup.

Shortly after, I started designing and developing Flash applications and games. This started my transition into developer roles. And I've been on the front-end bandwagon ever since.

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