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Barry C.


Brooklyn, NY

Member since:

November 4, 2012

Tell us about yourself (professionally). What technical leadership experience do you have already?

I've never actually used a unit testing framework. Although we've just moved to Jenkins code deployment which gives us the option to toss Selenium into our workflow pretty easily, which we're aiming to do by the end of the year. So looking forward to trying out selenium!

What languages/frameworks do you program in (Java, .NET, PHP, Ruby, etc.)? What is your favorite, if different?

I'm primarily a front-end dev so HTML/HAML, CSS/SASS, Javascript/JQuery... but also know Drupal, PHP and MySQL.

What topics might you be interested in?

Your list of future talks looks great. I like the look of the lean / kanban talk. We don't currently use Kanban but I'd love to move in that direction.

Do you have any specific areas of expertise? Would you be willing to share it with the group?

I'm strong in front-end development: including new technologies like Mobile Web (both strategy and development) and UX/UI.

What is your favorite version control system and why?

I've used both SVN and git a fair amount. Have to say git, I use it for all of my personal projects and all of our work projects. I find github very valuable for so many reasons... great UI to manage our team, I love the simplicity of the way git blame and git diff work, and I especially love having such a beautiful website to navigate and often demonstrate our source code from. It's awesome and super simple for code reviews.


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