I'm also a technical writer. I have a few articles posted on IBM's developer works, and some older articles on developer.com. More recently, I've completed the book, "Pro jQuery" through Wiley Publishing.
I am currently available for work, either remotely or in the Bay Area, however
please note that I will not do anymore development in Java.
The following are my strongest tech skills, and the areas of highest interested. Most of my projects tend to be rich user interfaces, with with Backbone.js, underscore.js, and jQuery as the core client side components. I have from time to time, used ExtJS.
This list does not include the myriad list of plugins that I used over my career. Please note that when I say that I have 10 years of HTML/HTML5 experience, I mean that I've been working with HTML in general for that long and that I've "updated my brain" to version 5. Obviously, HTML5 hasn't been around that long.
Atleast once a year I like to contribute a publication to IBM's developerworks. For a while I was also publishing on developer.com. The following sections contain links to my online publications, my book on jQuery (feel free to order a copy!), and my open source contributions.
I have other projects, but they are under lock and key for private corprations or individuals.
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