I am analytical, curious, and enthusiastic - a question asker and understander. I want to work in a fast-paced innovative environment alongside people who are interested in using technology for the betterment of our world.
Majored in Industrial Design
Minored in Computer Science
Why are you interested in working as a web developer?
Web-based platforms provide an accessible, centralized hub for information and communication. This allows for new relationships between people, as well as people and resources. I want to use the power of the internet, as a web-developer, to facilitate and realize these new relationships. I want to work on an innovative team, develop meaningful products, solve challenging problems, and build cool stuff!!!
What experience do you have as web developer?
I built my first website in the 7th grade -> it was built in flash player :) I then went on to built websites for the Andover Youth Services, for an ecommerce site that sold tech-deck parts, message boards, and various side projects. I'm now working as a freelance web designer and developer, making website and web stores for local businesses.
I've always loved the internet and loved building things for it. I'm eager to leverage my experience in design, in front-end engineering, and in working with clients and alongside people, to create and develop dynamic web applications.
What is the future of web development? Where do you see it going in the next 10 years?
I foresee web-applications being accessed via a singular, more human-like user-interface. Verbally controlled devices such as Siri, Amazon Echo, or Google Home provide a good example for a more natural user-interface. Web-applications will exist solely as APIs that this single user-interface will connect to. These user-interfaces will be very dynamic, learning about the user and changing to suit their needs. Web-applications will more regularly share data with each other, making decisions based on collected user behavior i.e. if my Nest knows when my Uber is dropping me at home, it best turn on the A/C!