In 2007, at PracticeAdmin, I maintained the company’s ASP website, created a blog site with PHP for the president of the company, and designed emails, brochures, postcards, business cards, splash screens and icons for three .NET programs.
In 2008, at Curtis 1000, I learned ColdFusion and jQuery. With ColdFusion, I programmed enhancements and made changes to a point of sale e-commerce application, and developed a project management application. Also, at Curtis 1000, I designed and coded personalized websites and emails, and designed postcards (using InDesign) for customers as multi-channel marketing campaigns using a variety of applications and programming and markup languages.
After leaving Curits 1000, I continued ColdFusion and PHP development and Web design for various side projects, and worked full-time for ChildCare Education Institute, and Celerant Technology.
I joined AT&T in 2013 as a contractor and was hired as an employee in 2015. My initial objective was to redesign a legacy application. I introduced and led the group in adopting AngularJS, Twitter Bootstrap, and SASS. The new site received much acclaim from managers and executives throughout the company. In 2017, we received a directive from the company to retire all use of ColdFusion. As a development lead, I began training other team members in Angular v4 and started the process of migrating to a new platform.