My job traits, work styles, and other fun facts

  • I like to modularize my projects no matter how big the projects are.
  • I use Linter to write prettier code.
    • I use Airbnb styles.
    • Atom and ESLint have taught me a lot of good practices.
  • I use Atom on Windows.
    • I prefer CLI over GUI.
    • I don’t use Vim but I admire people who do.
  • I use Git and TFVC.
    • I prefer Git but there are some projects on TFVC that I have to work with.
  • I use Sass (scss) to write stylesheets.
  • I use ES2015 (with Babel) and React.
    • I know the basics and I still have a lot to learn.
    • I use Fabric React UI framework at work.
    • I sometimes use JQuery.
  • I use Gulp for automation. But I’m not a Node.js expert.
  • I use Browserify to put things together. I plan to learn Webpack.
  • I’m on an Agile team. We use Visual Studio Team Services to manage code and workflow.
  • I use Travis CI for personal projects, and VSTS Build & Release for work.
  • I’m the icon and icon font expert in our team.
    • I can design icons from scratch.
    • I also handle the implementation of icons and icon fonts.
    • I’ve used icons and icon fonts to solve a lot of UX and accessibility problems.
  • I understand Relational Database, SQL & SQL Server.
  • I also have basic knowledge of NoSQL (MongoDB).
  • I can build metadata schema and taxonomy.
    • I’m obsessed with navigation and findability, thanks to my Library & Information Science education.