Technology Specifics & History

Last update Q4 2015


✔ Full-Stack
✔ Front-End
✔ Back-End
✔ Database
✔ Architect
✔ DevOps
✔ Unit-Test
✔ Synergy

Browser and Server technology specialist

I noticed that the big software companies like Google, Microsoft, and Mozilla were pumping millions into browser development when it started. The JavaScript VMs were getting a lot of attention and performance boosts from their efforts. Many programmers I met detested working in the browsers so I saw an opportunity to provide superior value by excelling at implementation of browser technologies. I did that willingly and without complaints. It proved to be a wise decision for the future and these technologies have a rich history that I enjoy learning about.

In the lists below I will try to sort out the most relevant and modern technologies. There are others I have not listed for brevity. If you are interested in having a conversation I would be happy to go more in depth with you.

UI & Rendering

  • DOM
  • Angular
  • React
  • React Native
  • Backbone
  • jQuery & jQuery UI
  • Mithril
  • virtual-dom

CSS frameworks & preprocessors

  • Bootstrap
  • Foundation
  • Stylus
  • LESS
  • SASS

Bundling & building

  • Browserify
  • Webpack
  • gulp
  • Grunt
  • Babel

Code quality & unit testing

  • JSLint
  • ESLint
  • JSHint
  • Standard
  • Karma
  • Mocha
  • Chai
  • Sinon
  • tape
  • faucet

HTTP Servers

  • Nginx
  • IIS
  • Node HTTP API

My node modules and favorites:

Experimentation and fun on GitHub:

Databases & data transformation

I have experience with a lot of different databases, data transformation, and even obscure formats both text and binary. MSSQL, MongoDB, CouchDB, Redis, MySQL, Excel, TXT, XML, PDF, EPUB, JSON, DOC, CSV, Firebase




Thank you for your consideration. If you have any questions or concerns please contact me here to introduce yourself. I am happy to discuss your important project further.

Be well,
-Tony Crowe

Author Tony Crowe, Salt Lake City, UT
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