Howdy, my name is Kyle! As previously mentioned, I enjoy developing dynamic websites, creating integrated systems, and experimenting with interactive data visualizations. Lately, I've really enjoyed being involved in the front of the stack - especially using React or Vue. Let me tell you a bit about me that my resume doesn't already say!
Here's a fun-fact: I'm still hoping that
"Snowfall" journalistic web design becomes a more popular concept.
Currently, I'm working as a Software Engineer at AutoGravity. I'm heavily involved with Operation Code as the front-end lead and as a mentor to veterans choosing to get involved in the tech industry. I've also been getting involved with a distributed team from /r/soccerstreams to create the go-to data visualization resource for athletics. Any other bit of free time I've got will be used to work through an O'Reilly book on test-driven development with Django - "Obey The Testing Goat". Additionally, I'm really interested in learning Go, redesigning my personal website, and utilzing API Star the moment it's production-ready.
If I'm not coding or watching a concert, you will likely find me eternally suffering as a fan of Arsenal Football Club or eating Taco Bell (or "Taco Bae" as I so fondly refer to it). I'm one class away from earning my degree at the University of Oregon with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and a minor in Business Administration.
As a young developer, I adhere to standard practice while also trying to push the boundaries with
I always work with Object-Oriented Principles in mind; I always design according the Model-View-Controller pattern; and I always strive to write readable, scalable, and speedy code!
Here are some of my favorite projects: