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However, that's not all I'm good for. I've spent many, many years building large scale products and websites with WordPress, ExpressionEngine, Craft CMS, Laravel, and more for clients big and small.
I like to focus on building processes that power development. That could be creating a custom webpack configuration, setting up and maintaining a pattern library, implementing a deployment process, introducing code reviews, or improving overall performance by adding some best-practices to the workflow.
I try my hand a bit of design as well. I'm always learning.
Vapid is a content management system that has a very smart way of letting you focus on the code, while constructing a dashboard based on your templates.
A few things that got me excited to try my hand at redesigning my website. That's not to say I'm a designer, cause I'm not.
Playing around with HTML Imports before deprecation, pining for a native, relatively hassle-free way of building a component library.
Working with the delighful Chris Coyier I wrote an article for CSS-Tricks on Timber, a WordPress plugin that completely changes theme development.
I did a class on Skillshare for creating an RSS feed reader with Vue.js, and Node with Netlify to make use of their functions to deploy to AWS Lambda.
This is my old personal site built on Craft CMS. It's no longer maintained as I've moved to a static site which I'm planning to make freely available when I've worked everything out with it.