I am 60% Front-end, 30% Back-end, and 10% Design
WordPressWordPress Themes, Plugins, and Core contributions
I have published plugins on wordpress.org, made pull requests to improve existing plugins, and even helped to fix a few bugs in the WordPress core.
JS FrameworksjQuery, Angular, Meteor, Ractive, and more...
ServersNginx, Node JS, Apache
I have dabbled on the server and have some handy SSH tricks up my sleeve, though I definitely do not consider myself an expert in server environments. I prefer to work with a great server admin or back-end developer and focus my efforts on the user experience in the browser.
Ruby on RailsRuby on Rails
Experience with: ActiveRecord, ERB, controllers, models, views, database migrations, models with polymorphic relations, and Action Mailer.
AgileSprints, Iterations, and Deployable products
I have some experience working with the Agile model, and would like to join a larger team which works this way!
ResponsiveFluid, responsive layouts
The web is now responsive. The site has got to work at any screen size, device orientation, etc. I test all my web layouts at all screen sizes from 200px to 2,000px+
CompatibilityFeature detection over device detection
One cannot assume that the input device will be a mouse and keyboard; it might be touch, or tilt, or some other newfangled future-y input device!
Progressively EnhanceMake sure the product is usable first!
Progressive Enhancement says that fancy features should only load in if they are supported, and the user should be able to complete core tasks without the extras.
Task RunnersGrunt, Gulp, Rake
These all work quite well; just pick your favorite flavor of code. Personally, I am currently a fan of Rake tasks for the simplicity of writing Ruby code.
Automated TestingSelenium, PHPUnit, RSpec, Capybara
With the aluring promise of a robot catching human mistakes, automated testing is my new favorite thing!
Deployment and CICapistrano, Travis CI, Codeship
The icing on the cake for Automated Testing.
Version ControlGit, Subversion
Ideal steps to implement fancy things: 1) Make a feature branch, 2) pull request to development for code review, 3) deploy and test on staging, 4) merge to master for production deployment!
HTMLHTML5 ← Mustache, Handlebars
I create semantic, and SEO friendly document structures.
CSSCSS3 ← Sass/SCSS, Compass
Snappy animations and UI interaction FX make me happy.
Since I publish WordPress plugins, my PHP often has to be compatible all the way down to PHP 5.3!
RubyRuby, Rake, bundler
I love the readability of well-written Ruby code.
DatabasesMySQL, MongoDB, ActiveRecord
Usually, the database is behind a layer of abstraction... that said, I do have some experience with DB specific query statements.