Joseph Abell - email@example.com
I attempt to keep pushing my knowledge about the industry, and I regularly give talks at Piksel and local development meetups to spread the knowledge. My most recent talk was exploring how to generate a GraphQL endpoint by using a Postgres schema. Previously I have talked about how to successfully practice Test Driven Development, using Functional Programming techniques in JS, creating Progressive Web Apps, and how to pair program.
York. March 2015 – present.
My current role is to develop a CMS for Video on Demand platforms. This is in latest React, but started as an Angular 1.5 app, which I helped rewrite. I am the main contributer to the open sourced SDK, which smooths over the inconsistencies of the APIs we create, giving clients a better development experience when integrating with our services.
Previously at Piksel I was a part of a team that developed a white-label VOD service to sell as a product. I created responsive websites, Android, iOS, and various television apps. I worked on the Backbone frontend, and used Cordova to help porting with platforms. I started working on reskinnning the apps for clients, but quickly moved to the core development team, working on both the backbone app and creating a React replacement.
UI Developer at PureNet and Agency 51
York, December 2012 – March 2015.
Sole UI Developer for Purenet and their sister company Agency 51, I was tasked to create responsive websites with a focus on accessibility. Examples of my work are Krispy Kreme, Norwich City Football Club, Zyro Fisher, and Disabled Go. I worked on the knockout.js frontend, and gained some exerience working with a .NET framework as the backend.
Web Development Intern at PureNet
York, September 2012.
A three week-long development internship, leading into full-time employment at PureNet.
Lancaster, October 2011 – December 2012.
Freelance website developer working with Wordpress and Drupal.
BA (Hons) English. University of Cumbria, Lancaster. 2011– 2013
Available on request.
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