JoeCode: Code with distinct characteristics traceable to its author.
/joh’ kohd’/ /n./ 1. Code that is overly tense and unmaintainable. Perl may be a handy program, but if you look at the source, it's complete joe code. 2. Badly written, possibly buggy code. 3. Code with distinct characteristics traceable to its author.
Technology professional, soccer coach, and CrossFit™ athlete.
I build responsive, engaging, and social web applications using a mix of Ruby, Sinatra, Bootstrap, and React. I deliver and implement websites using proven open source content management systems: WordPress, Drupal, and Magento to name a few. I prefer building websites with Jekyll, but I've built websites using Adobe Experience Manager (CQ5), Ruby on Rails, Perl/Mason, ASP.Net, PHP, and JSP.
You can explore my exceptionally average domestic life as father, coach, and amateur photographer on instagram or you can find out more about what is wrong with me at facebook. You can laugh at my athletic performance by visiting my CrossFit™ blog: JoeCrossFit.
I'm currently employed fulltime at Verus as the Director of Development building web based risk, performance, and financial analysis applications using Ruby, Sinatra, Rake, Jekyll, Liquid, SOAP/XML, and PostgreSQL.
Occasionally I take on a consulting project for fun and profit. You can kickstart the process by hitting my cell ((208) 651-3125) or sending an email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
If you have an idea for a unique web application chances are I can build it using Ruby/Sinatra. If you need a website, I'll get you setup on Jekyll. If you force my hand I'll deploy WordPress for you.
$120/hour. More than a mechanic, less than a plumber. Let's chat, chances are I've already solved the problem you're facing. email@example.com
You can learn more about my work experience by visiting my LinkedIn profile.
I appreciate hearing about opportunities, please feel free to contact me, but any "canned" or templated recruiter bacon will earn a spot on the Awful Recruiters domain list.