Who, What, When, Where, and Maybe Why

Hello, my name is Keith, and welcome to yet another about page. Over the years, I've held a wide variety of titles, which really has made them ultimately useless. Previous titles include: Web Developer, Web Architect, Solutions Architect, Hope Consultant, Sales Consultant, and Digital Engineer.

Code Played With:

  • JavaScript

  • HTML (Yes, XHTML, and HTML5)
  • CSS (Yes, CSS 2 and 3)
  • Java (which is different than JavaScript, recruiters)
  • PHP

  • MySQL, MSSQL, MongoDB, Redis, NOSQL, etc. etc.
  • .net (both old school ASP.net and newer MVC)
  • XML/XSLT
  • Ruby
  • Gulp
  • Grunt

Point being, I work in technology, I’ve had to delve into different programming paradigms as the client/project called for it. I have no qualms about having to be handed a new technology and learn it, or worse, handed an outdated legacy project and being asked, “can you fix this? We don’t want to upgrade…” - and that’s the first time I becamse acquainted with TinyInt in databases. Primary Key was a TinyInt. It hit the max and just stopped updating.

Special Thanks

After working with Gatsby, React, and GraphQL, Stefan Ivić pointed me to his github repo to help me jumpstart my blog!