I am a Senior Front-end Architect at a global financial company and an Associate Professor in Computer Science at the University of North Carolina.
Web Development is my life long passion, working on professional projects as early as 13 years old (1996). Please check my LinkedIn page.
During the day I spend my time coordinating front-end Projects, conducting research and POCs on the latest technologies, defining standards for our Front-end Shop, providing technical solutions and recommendations, giving training and workshops, and assisting individual front-end developers in various challenges. At night, I have the opportunity to teach "Software Architecture and Design" to the undergrads and "System Integration" to the graduate students at UNCC.
The combination of my involvement with real world challenges, practical hands-on coding, and a strong theoretical foundation, has brought me valuable insights on how to increase the quality of front-end products and the efficiency of their development in a way that is meaningful to organizations and to final users. I am excited to share these constant insights to help the front-end community through books, workshops, lectures, video courses, and blog posts.
Front-end development has become too big, too important, too complex and too expensive to be treated as a mere sub-part of the web development pipeline. In order to break free from survival mode and move toward “continuous innovation” we need... Read more...
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