Hello, my name is Alan Hernandez. I am a Full-Stack Web Developer who began his Web Development specializing in Front-End Development and UX/UI Design, having gained practical experience in my field through my job and open-source projects. I am continuing to work on my Front-End/Design skills while also broadening my horizons into Back-End Development. In my spare time, I also enjoy writing.
I see both my career as a web developer and my writing as a manifestation of a passion for story-telling. Everyone has a story but how one expresses said story is just as important as the story itself. Stories are supposed to capture an audience's interest, teach or provide information, and persuade. Both my websites and my written work were all created with these goals in mind.
So whether you are an individual looking to market themselves or a large company attempting to promote their brand, allow me to aid you in telling your story.
July 2018 - Present
Help Repair and Update two modular web apps used by financial institutions to handle their customers’ accounts
Collaborate with other Developers in an Agile Development Team to fix bugs and program new features into Web Apps coded in AngularJS
Utilize Jasmine and Karma to Unit Test each new feature and occasional bug fix
Automate Tasks In Development Workflow Using Grunt
Participate in Daily Stand Up Meetings with fellow Developers to Ensure Completion of Development goals within each two week sprint
January 2017 - October 2017
Lead Coordinator in the system and website conversion of all College of Engineering faculty resumes, the College of Engineering and departmental websites, as well as organization and event pages.
Held regular meetings with staff to ensure priorities and to meet deadlines
Web Liaison between the Dean’s Office and five departments (biomedical engineering; civil, architectural and environmental engineering; electrical and computer engineering; industrial engineering; and mechanical engineering)
Troubleshot website according to directives issued by the Director of Communications
September 2016 - December 2016
Integrate the Google Maps API onto the Uprint Website so that students can find the locations of over 80 student printers.
Facilitate in any and all publications on the Student Support Website
January 2014 - December 2016
Updated, repaired, and maintain more than 200 computers located in the University of Miami's Richter Library, Music Library, Architecture Library and 4 Residential Computer Labs.
Worked with DOS batch scripts, utilized third-party software like Clonezilla, and applied any other technical knowledge to ensure the functionality of said computers
August 2013 - January 2014
Maintained any of 4 computer labs on campus and assisted the users of the labs with any issues that came up involving the computers and/or printers.
I am currently looking for a job as a Web Developer in Manhattan. Contact me if you are looking to hire or would like help with a specific project.