I've been working at Domo since 2012 and I've loved nearly every minute of it. I work with the best team of developers that I know of and get the chance to work on an amazing product every day. I work with JS, Angular, CSS, SASS, HTML, Grunt, backbone and a bunch of other awesome tech.
Dev Mountain is the premiere code bootcamp in Utah. It offers a number of different courses, but the best one is the after hours Web Development class. That's because I'm one of the teachers. I love teaching and coaching the next generation of developers and changing lives.
I worked for Pariveda in 2012 and had the chance to work on internal mobile web projects as well as a Business Intelligence project for J.C. Penney.
Mozenda is a Data Extraction/Web Scraping startup in Orem, Utah. I worked with them for nearly a year building web scrapers and helping clients be successful.
This is a little something that I'm working on right now. Not quite ready to talk about it openly yet but I'm thinking it could be a fun little app for social media. Part of this entails the "Twitter Wall of Love" which will shortly be up on the home page.
A web/mobile application that allowed users to make comments on the videos they were watching. Those comments were then replayed back to all other users whenever they happened to watch the same video stream. Personally thought it was brilliant.
Using the MEAN stack I built a near feature-parity prototype of one of their products on the web.
Built a full stack E-Commerce prototype for an out-of-state client. Unfortunatly, more details are not disclosable
Gold Watch was a cloud based application that allowed companies to keep their talent better engaged and retained. Prototype was built as part of Provo Startup Weekend
Built for the Utah Tech Week Hackathon, Koins for Kids was an application that required people to earn time on their electronic devices by exercising first.
I'm not very active on here as most code I write is for personal projects/businesses/consulting or some other reason. I love to build products and features and I am much less interested in building libraries. Thus, my github account looks a little under-utilized, because I rarely put the code I am writing up there. My bitbucket (private git) account is where I put most of my code.
I helped organize and run the Utah React JS Meetup. We grew it from nothing to continually having 50+ members attend. Ordering food, marketing and lining up speakers are all involved here.
I graduated from BYU with a Masters in Information Systems Management. I was the club president for my major during school and have remained involved with the community ever since, including hosting the 2014 alumni reunion.