I've been working as a professional software developer since February 2018, mostly maintaining and extending the ERP system for a local Columbus manufacturing company. I've found that I have a specialty for refactoring and simplifying existing logic, and a strong sense of good and bad practices in the technical scope as well as in that of team functionality and process. Additionally, I'm sharpening my utilization of practical testing patterns to improve the stability and scalability of my products.
I'm always interested to expand and challenge my knowledge, whether that's just working with a new stack, or learning something I didn't know about a familiar concept. I would like to spend more time with mentorship, both as a mentee and a mentor myself, and hope that might lead to more knowledge and understanding of Dev Ops proficiencies, among other things. Give me an interesting problem, some good people, opportunity for growth, and let's make some cool stuff.
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