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Jay H.


Ann Arbor, MI
Hometown: Ann Arbor

Member since:

April 8, 2013


What is your level of JavaScript knowledge? (Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced, Ninja, etc.) All levels are welcome!

I code in JavaScript daily, and am good at it. Now, Justin Searls, he's a Ninja. TJ Holowaychuk, Ninja. Me, I'm just a guy that puts food on the table making web applications.

What platform(s) do you work on? (e.g. Windows, Mac, Linux, etc.)

Most of my clients are using .NET on the server. But you can take my Mac from me when I'm dead. Or when it is (in which case I'll buy a new Mac).

Do you consider yourself a programmer or a designer (or both, or something else)?

I'm to the Programmer side of Center. I don't have the graphical chops of a designer, but I do spend a lot of time on the User Experience portions of design. So, I guess I would say my design skills are Layout not Pixels. The rest is all programming.


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