Hometown: Washington, dc
September 27, 2011
NavigationArts has a fairly progressive stance on front-end development and we're big on the whole progressive enhancement paradigm. Given that IE6 has become an edge case for most of us, and given that its not difficult to force noncompliant browsers to at least recognize HTML5 elements, and given the inevitability of a mobile first approach, it makes sense to get as much exposure to what HTML5 has to offer as soon as possible. At least before the next big project rolls around with major HTML5 requirements
I live in DC around the U-street/columbia height area. Ride a scooter or a bike, work at NavigationArts as a front-end developer, drink craft beer regularly and subsequently, run alot to keep from getting fat.