Luke has 5 years of industry experience working with the full stack of web technologies. He asks questions, gets answers, fixes bugs, builds websites and apps, and delivers on all his promises.
“There is no such thing as simple. Simple is hard.” – Martin Scorcece
A friend told me about code schools where you can learn web development. I hated my job at the time, so I was looking for a different trade. I had always been interested in coding from growing up playing video games, but never knew where to start. This seemed like the perfect next step. I found a code school in Portland through another friend, and decided to go for it. The school ended with an internship, and I interned with Solid. The rest is history, as they say.
Designing and building systems and tools to help customers. I also enjoy working on a collaborative team where a second set of eyes is never far when designing, coding or debugging.
I provide a holistic perspective of the customer’s technology, and with that can recommend solutions that will fit their needs. I am also a ruthless TODOer, in and out of my code editor, and in high school won most likely to report bugs while running through the project checklist.
Ask the customer questions if I don’t understand their request. Once I understand, I can then provide an answer they can trust, even if it isn’t the answer they initially wanted.
Probably Chronicles of Narnia
Probably Brent Jackson. Mostly for creating basscss. It ain’t perfect, but I enjoy functional css more than append-only css.
Q: What are some ways that technology has influenced your life?
Start small and build up. Ask yourself, is this a number? a string? a boolean? an object? Then join some strings together, and you’ve got yourself a website.