Cassandra King ~ Philadelphia, PA
“I work and play well with others!”
My story:I pursue my coding life in much the same way I tackle my bike racing life: “You have to be willing to put it all on the line for the win!” full version of my story explains a bit about how I journeyed to this point in my career.
Current Collaborations and Fun Projects:
- Front-end development for weAreTechWomen as part of a collaborative, non-profit group. (github repo)
- Volunteer, teacher, web developer, and kid at heart for non-profit Coded by Kids
- Ruby on Rails apprentice with Brian McElaney RoR Senior Architect (read blog post Inaugural Ruby on Rails Apprenticeship Program for Women in Philadelphia )
- Parallax Template, available for anyone to fork, download and customize.
- Commercial PSD to HTML HTML, CSS, Pixel Perfect
- eCommerce PSD to HTML Sample HTML, CSS, JQuery, Responsive
- (Hypothetical) Election site Responsive HTML, CSS, Responsive
- Generic Site PSD to HTML HTML, CSS, JQuery, Pixel Perfect
- A few eCommerce projects I have collaborated on as a Front End Developer at Weblinc:
Tamman Technologies Philadelphia, PA
- Front-end development, Jquery, Responsive Design, HTML5, CSS3
Weblinc E-Commerce Philadelphia, PA
- Served on the .NET team responsible for a fast-paced, high-pressure successful site launch for our client Soundviewpro. I contributed CSS, pixel-perfect code for virtually every view and template of the site. The client hit their go-live target date and has received positive feedback from customers.
- Served on the team responsible for updating the home page for Thomas Scientific. I delivered pixel-perfect code within estimates. The client, thrilled with the results and quick turnaround, signed a contract to launch a brand new section targeting laboratory managers. During this time I also worked onÂ front-end development forÂ Unique Photo(responsive site),Â Becker’s School Suppliesas part of agile team.
- Implemented beta version of SASS/CSS preprocessing for .NET projects using Squishit SASS
- Related post: Alternative SASS solutions for .NET
- Related post: Integrating SASS into .NET using NuGet and Squishit SASS