I just moved to Denver, CO from Portland, OR with my fiancee’ and am very motivated to find work quickly. In fact, I can start working right now. Time is money and I’m currently not making any, so lets talk.
I want to apply my skills to production code under the tutelage of a senior developer. I would like to stay at that organization for a couple of years. I’d like to work in a dev shop on different projects. I’m very passionate about what I do and I make decisions that reflect my passion.
I want to learn how to symbolicate crash reports, work with Amazon Web Services, and learn what Dev Ops really is. I want to work with Ionic, and be able to explain all of the idiosyncrasies of predicates and Grand Central Dispatch and how many ways there is to sort an array. I want to use paintcode to draw bezier curves programmatically, I want to develop for the iWatch, use task runners, and learn how to migrate data across databases. I want to learn python, django and java. I want to learn how to describe what refactoring really is, other than ‘make your code suck less.’ I want to know more design patterns and become a senior developer who knows how things scale. I want to go to meetups and hackathons and volunteer my time like so many have done for me. I want to be the go to guy who knows git. I want to be able to explain to the new guy why Ember’s runtime environment is so cool. I want to introduce people to promises and JSON key transformations in asynchronous callbacks. I want to work with Crittercism, Unity, core motion, health kit, snap kit, and alamofire. I want to complain about auto layout, parse XML, learn ECMA6, bcrypt and salt passwords at rest, use sprite kits and bit bucket. I just want to code and be a part of the community, but I need a job, so please if you know of a position that fits my skills please pass on my resume. I’ve even got my own desk and a computer. I’ve already been around the world, now it’s time to get to work.
Thanks for reading and here is my resume: