Also author, technical blogger, and speaker – primarily focused on:
|HTML||Semantics, reusable components, SEO, Schema|
|CSS||CSS3, OOCSS, preprocessors (Sass / Compass)|
|JS||Object-Oriented, RequireJS, jQuery, and NodeJS|
San Francisco - 02/2012 (Present)
Developing features and UI components for Yelp's site and mobile web app, with a strong focus on Front-End performance to serve fast pages to 78 million unique visitors per month.
Also involved in recruiting by giving talks to events, interviewing candidates, and having Yelp host SFHTML5 events.
Paris - 2011 (6 months)
Developed a set of HTML5, GWT, App Engine, and Android apps at the Innovation Department. We won a French Google Chrome HTML5 app contest with a web-based Music Player.
Paris - 2009 (6 months)
Co-founded a startup of entertainment websites. I was responsible for designing and developing the sites, using Zend Framework (PHP) for the Back-End and jQuery for the Front-End.
Co-wrote a book about HTML5 which covers a wide range of features, such as: semantics, microdata, audio and video, canvas, web sockets, offline apps, etc. The foreword is by Paul Irish (Google Chrome).
Also wrote a guest chapter in another book about HTML5 and an article in Web Design Magazine.
Paris - 2011
Learned programming, data structures and algorithms, UNIX, web and mobile development, and much more (mostly coded in C, Java, and PHP).