Mark L. Reyes Front-end Web Developer
Mark L. Reyes Front-End Web Developer
Recent web development projects including Angular, Vue and Python.

On a daily basis, there are more than a handful of things running through my mind once the caffeine kicks in. Is this new technology the latest and greatest or just the flavor of the month? What idioms from different programming languages cross over into my realm? How big is my bug queue? Did we groom our backlog? Are my estimates accurate? Do I even have a comp? Will my solution scale?

I'm in depth with the presentation layer of your website or web application. But before ever diving into code, I'd need to first understand your core business.

13 years in web, with the last 11 in front-end web development. I've been hands-on with publicly traded companies such as Sony Electronics, The Active Network, Bridgepoint Education and Thermo Fisher Scientific.

I'm currently working on new web application initiatives for SleepScore Labs—a joint venture between , and private equity firm SleepScore Labs is focused on helping people understand and improve their sleep.

Exploring remote roles and opportunities within North County, San Diego.

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Experience

  • SleepScore Labs Carlsbad, CA Sr. Front End Developer 2017-Current
  • Thermo Fisher Scientific Carlsbad, CA JavaScript Developer 2014-2017
  • Bridgepoint Education San Diego, CA Senior Web Developer 2013-2014

Credentials

  • Scrum Alliance Certified ScrumMaster License 000332565 2014-Current
  • Platt College San Diego, CA Media Arts, BS Graphic Design, AAS Dean's List 2007-2010
  • UC Santa Cruz Santa Cruz, CA Business Management Economics, BA 2001-2005

Specializations

  • Web Development & Design
  • Google Analytics
  • Google Tag Manager
  • Page Speed Optimization
  • Pay Per Click Advertising
  • Angular and Vue
  • Take note on my latest projects including Angular, Vue and Python.
  • It started with pay-per-click ads and small snippets of HTML.
  • I hold a BA, BS and an AA. What does that mean? I was in the classroom......a lot.