Hi, I’m Craig Freeman, a front-end engineer and organizer of the Denver Code Club in sunny Colorado. I write scalable, maintainable code to create clean, consistent and effective user interfaces by utilizing the latest industry trends.
My graphic media background has instilled in me an eye for design, rhythm, and cleanliness. I’m an advocate for consistent themes and I appreciate intuitive interfaces, both of which lend themselves to an enjoyable user experience. As needed, I am able to make revisions to design mockups and wireframes.
Whether writing routes for API endpoints, leveraging an ORM, or manually retrieving data from MySQL, my experience with Node.js and MVC frameworks, such as Laravel, gives me a clear perspective on how to best provide data to the front-end.
Back in April of this year I responded to a tweet from O’Reilly by tweeting my own advertisement for FluentConf, their annual web conference: Send me to #FluentConf and #VelocityConf! I can’t wait to see everyone, including @scottdavis99, @doctorow, @holtbt, and @kyleshevlin. Do yourself a favor and grab a #SuperBronze pass: https://t.co/HDBvzAbbJW — Craig (@craigfreeman)… More
Every few months I’ll think of an idea for a great blog post, create the draft in WordPress, and go on about my day. Sadly, days, months, and years have gone by without revisiting these ideas. The truth is that I’ve been so busy absorbing all kinds of interesting things while working at Kenzan, my… More
This week I co-presented progressive web applications with Kellee Martins at the Denver Code Club meetup. Check out the recording below. It’s worth noting that many of the information and images were compiled from third-party sources. If I missed an attribution, please let me know.