Hi, I'm Freddie. My pronouns are he/him. I'm a human living in the Pacific Northwest with my wife and two amazing kids. I've been working as a Software Engineer since 2010. I'm currently working as a Senior Software Engineer @Twitter. Previously I've worked at Discovery Networks, Nike, and Opal Labs.
I went to school at San Francisco State University (go Gators!) where I majored in Television Broadcasting 📺. Before that I was on my way to be a firefighter🧑🚒. Fast forward a couple of years, and countless hours learning frontend development, and I landed my first job at a start up in Santa Monica, CA 🧑💻.
I'm a Vim addict. I absolutely love tinkering with it and learning new ways to supercharge my workflow.
Some hot takes:
- Learn web fundamentals, not just
create-react-appor Webpack configs. 💻
- Assumptions are meant to be challenged, particularly your own. 🧠
- If you put cream and sugar in your coffee you don't like coffee. ☕️
Sometimes I like to write...
I was recently looking into learning more about certain algorithms. One GitHub repo led to another and I instead ended up learning about some simple ciphers used throughout human history.
Annihilation is a captivating story about exploring the unknown, self discovery, and survival. It is less a story and more a personal account of a biologist’s experiences once she enters what is known as Area X. A mysterious coastal territory, Area X is the epicenter of some great natural calamity
There are generally a core set of tools you carry with you regardless of the system you're working in; Git, Yarn, npm, etc. In this article I'll show you how to keep all of your systems' tooling synced.
So you're a people manager and you've found your groove, but you're finding it hard to get actionable feedback from your team. I'd like to share a simple strategy to ensure you and your team members are always on the same page.
Syncing your dotfiles between systems shouldn't be a hassle. In this walk-through I'll show you how you can use Git and a simple, yet power Bash script to easily sync your dotfiles between multiple systems.