Hi, I’m Craig Freeman, a front-end engineer and co-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.
I’ve decided to start chipping away at the prerequisites towards a Master of Software Engineering degree through Penn State. I have handful of classes to take at CU Denver before I apply to the program, which would give me enough time to pay off the rest of my Bachelor’s loans. I’m not looking forward to… More
A new version of Karten has been released. Fixed warnings, cleaned up logic. Usernames are now optional. Instead of searching for a user’s/users’ recent media, you are now able to search for just a particular hashtag using the date ranges and count variable. It turns out the “Maximum number of posts” settings field is a… More
Last Wednesday I met up with some colleagues at the Alliance Center in LoDo to attend HTML5 Denver Users Group‘s one-day workshop, Mastering MEAN. The organizer, Scott Davis, spent the day walking a class of 50 or so people with various backgrounds through the ins and outs of the newer stack. Scott took his time and explained… More