So who’s that handsome gent with the exciting technical manual? Sorry to disappoint, but I’m just a web developer. On the bright side, this means that I dabble in all sorts of things, and I’m always learning.
I’m also familiar with Adobe products like Photoshop, Fireworks, Dreamweaver and the rest, but I really enjoy getting into the open-source stuff. This is one reason why I moved from Dreamweaver to Aptana, and from Flash to the canvas element.
Several of my jobs have involved older sites which were being upgraded to newer ones, so I’m accustomed to working through legacy code. I use WordPress for the most part, but I’ve worked with Sitecore (a little) so I know a bit about XML and XSLT. I can work on my own, but I love to collaborate, especially on whiteboards.
Most of my work has been on the inner-workings of company sites, so it’s hard to point out the things I’ve built. However, I do some tinkering at home. Most of my recent experiments have involved Twitter’s Bootstrap to some degree. It uses LESS, so it brings just the right bit of programming into the styles. Don’t be fooled, though. I can still do regular CSS. Using Bootstrap, I can build just about anything, and many of the most commonly needed functions are already in there. It works well with WordPress, so custom themes become a little easier.
For more details on the kinds of things I know, just look around the blog.