Juan Calou

Juan Calou

Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Juan Calou

Juan Calou

Buenos Aires, Argentina
Member since August 25, 2016
Juan is a systems engineer graduated from college in 2005. He's spent his whole career working in the computing world, first entering the web industry in 2006. He is always learning new stuff and working on different kinds of projects. He is an eager learner with great attention to detail.
Juan is now available for hire
Portfolio
Experience
  • JavaScript, 10 years
  • PHP, 10 years
  • Agile Software Development, 5 years
  • jQuery, 5 years
  • HTML5, 4 years
  • CSS3, 3 years
  • Mac OS X, 3 years
  • Sketch, 2 years
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Availability
Part-time
Preferred Environment
Mac OS, Sublime, Chrome, Git/BitBucket, Slack
The most amazing...
...project I've worked on is a tool we are building with my team to integrate to Slack and share URLs in a collaborative way.
Employment
  • Web Developer
    Indicius
    2006 - PRESENT
    • Worked on several eCommerce implementations.
    • Created an interactive app for the world cup using Dribbble shots.
    • Modernized existing PHP and JavaScript applications.
    • Developed integration with various social platforms (Facebook, Twitter, and Google+) as well as integration with MailChimp for the application mailing list, Mandrill for sending transactional emails, Google for location and map services, and YouTube and Vimeo for videos.
    • Worked on the redevelopment of the studio intranet for time tracking.
    Technologies: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP
Experience
  • Dribbble World Cup (Development)
    http://worldddcup.com/

    This was an internal project from Indicius where we used the world cup as an excuse to develop a site for designers to compete comparing Dribbble shots on each world cup match. It was developed using Node.js and Middleman as front-end frameworks.

  • Indicius Website (Development)
    http://indicius.com/

    Worked on the front-end development of the Indicius studio website.

  • A How-to Guide to SVG Animation (Publication)
    The advantages of SVG on the web go beyond producing resolution-independent graphics. With a little CSS and JavaScript, you can apply cool animations and effects to your front-end without requiring the user to install bulky plugins.
Skills
  • Languages
    CSS, PHP, HTML5, HTML, CSS3, JavaScript, Visual FoxPro, Visual Basic
  • Frameworks
    CodeIgniter, Bootstrap
  • Tools
    Sublime Text 3, Git, Photoshop CC, Adobe Illustrator, Sketch
  • Storage
    MySQL, JSON
  • Paradigms
    Agile Software Development
  • Libraries/APIs
    jQuery
  • Platforms
    Mac OS X
  • Misc
    RESTful Web Services, CSV
Education
  • Engineer's degree in Information Systems
    Universidad Tecnologica Nacional - Buenos Aires
    1996 - 2005
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