Recently, a proud graduate of the University of Florida.
Currently, a Partner Integrations Engineer at Sailthru in New York City.
My first coding experience was writing basic HTML and CSS, as well as debugging the beta version of a web application. Ironically, the company that I did this work for would soon be sued into non-existence.
But, I really got my hands dirty a year later. I worked at a start-up with two full-time employees, writing server-side PHP as well as some AngularJS. This is where I fell in love with web development.
In the summer of 2016, I had my first corporate development experience at my previous employer, American Express. I wrote code for monitoring server log files that (surprisingly) made it to production by the end of the summer.
After graduating, I returned to AmEx to work on a team that did primarily front-end development. It was a great environment for my first job, and I gained some great experience writing code professionally. I decided to move on to my current employer, Sailthru, after a litte over a year and a half.
I currently work at Sailthru, where my official title is Partner Integrations Engineer. Because we have a variety of different integrations against many different SaaS platforms, I work in a variety of different technologies, including Java, PHP, Elixir, and Ruby on Rails.
In addition, I have experience creating infrastructure in AWS, namely in EKS, ECS, and EC2. I also have experiencing writing this infrastructure as code with Terraform.
When I'm not at work, I try to unplug as much as I can. I love riding my bike (I'm a die-hard fixie rider), cooking, and taking semi-decent pictures (which you can find on my Instagram).
That said, though, I can't always turn away from tech. After all, I did build this website! tag_faces
I love working on side projects, exploring my tech interests further, and learning something new every day.