My name is Jeremy Cutler. I’m looking to relocate to New York, where I’m searching for a web application front-end developer job!
Why Would I Make A Great Addition To Your Development Team?
I am passionate about developing software and web applications for high-level functionality and low-level performance with a strong focus on usability. My professional and personal endeavours are often marked by a great attention to detail that complements cohesive integration of larger scale projects.
I studied Computer Engineering at both the Bachelor’s and Master’s levels and have since been able to leverage a wide variety of skills in both computer software and hardware in my work as a compiler developer at IBM and as a freelance web application designer and developer of a wildly popular open-source multi-platform browser extension, Missing e.
I love opportunities to take advantage of my experience with coding at the lowest levels of computer technology and developing front-end interfaces. My thirst for knowledge and new skills will, no doubt, enable me to make quite a difference wherever my career takes me!
Find Me On Other Sites
I was recently asked about what kind of computer I use to develop Missing e.
The answer is: a Mac.
I find too many people expect to find developers working away on a Windows (or maybe Linux) computer. That’s not always the case! Don’t forget that OS X is a Unix-based operating system with a lot going on under the pretty, pretty interface.
Missing e is developed on a MacBook and tested for all browsers on Mac, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Ubuntu Linux machines.