I made my first foray into the world of web development in sixth grade, building a website for my summer program. Since then, I've managed a number of commercial and non-profit websites, including those of Mu Acupuncture and Herbs and Yale's Demos volunteer group. I've also learned a variety of different programming languages and how to integrate them into developing more responsive websites.
One of the best part of each project I've worked on since has been exploring how to use new libraries, gems, or APIs such as fabric.js or the Google Maps API. I love digesting what I learn and sharing it on my blog.
You can view my work history by visiting me on LinkedIn