Trevor Wagner, Developer in Charleston, SC, United States
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Trevor Wagner

Verified Expert  in Engineering

Ajax Developer

Location
Charleston, SC, United States
Toptal Member Since
June 28, 2016

Trevor is a hybrid, a full LAMP stack, and a front-end developer with 10+ years of experience creating custom WordPress themes and plugins and tailoring WordPress admins on a per-client basis. He also specializes in eCommerce on the WooCommerce platform and other large platforms, like SFCC. Trevor is willing to leverage his skillset in new and challenging projects.

Portfolio

Burton Snowboards
Salesforce Commerce Cloud (SFCC), Vue 2, JavaScript, Webpack, SCSS...
Nixon
Salesforce Commerce Cloud (SFCC), Salesforce Marketing Cloud, Third-party APIs...
Blue Acorn
NPM, LAMP, HTML5, PHP, JavaScript, Salesforce Commerce Cloud (SFCC)...

Experience

Availability

Part-time

Preferred Environment

MySQL, Apache, CentOS, Ubuntu, PHP, LAMP, Vue, WordPress, Salesforce Commerce Cloud (SFCC)

The most amazing...

...project I've worked on was a WordPress platform that allowed users to sign up for access to congressional budget reporting for the DoD and NASA.

Work Experience

Salesforce Commerce Cloud Developer

2021 - PRESENT
Burton Snowboards
  • Implemented many new Vue-based upgrades to core site functionality to enhance the customer eCommerce experience.
  • Spearheaded data integration for multiple marketing initiatives in Tag Manager, Google Merchant Center, and Marketing Cloud.
  • Optimized performance for SEO and page speed on all major funnel pages and new customer-facing initiatives to improve usability and ranking.
Technologies: Salesforce Commerce Cloud (SFCC), Vue 2, JavaScript, Webpack, SCSS, Google Tag Manager, Third-party APIs, Vue, Google Analytics 4, Google Analytics, Mobile First, XML, APIs, REST, Facebook Pixel

Front-end Salesforce Commerce Cloud Developer

2019 - 2021
Nixon
  • Helped implement marketing cloud within Nixon's Commerce cloud environment at the time.
  • Played a key role in a small development team to push out critical updates that allowed our merchandisers to push sales and keep customer engagement high through a challenging period of unprecedented upheaval in the global commerce space (COVID-19).
  • Helped oversee and guide an external team as Nixon migrated to Shopify from commerce cloud.
Technologies: Salesforce Commerce Cloud (SFCC), Salesforce Marketing Cloud, Third-party APIs, Webpack 4, SCSS, Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager

Applications Engineer

2016 - 2019
Blue Acorn
  • Built a payment gateway module and corresponding back-end module to manage payments in Authorize.net.
  • Helped build a data transformation engine using Redis, TypeScript, and Node.js to ingest client data and transform it into SFCC data formats for upload to the SFCC site.
  • Honed skills in Salesforce Commerce Cloud, JavaScript/ECMAScript, and XML/XSLT.
  • Built over 20 sites as part of my team and managed a team of about three overseas workers. We handled a Commerce Cloud multisite with eight brands that ran off of a single theme and custom subscription service for products.
Technologies: NPM, LAMP, HTML5, PHP, JavaScript, Salesforce Commerce Cloud (SFCC), Salesforce Marketing Cloud, Webpack, Google Analytics, Mobile First, XML, APIs, REST, Facebook Pixel

Senior Web Developer

2014 - 2016
Cobble Hill
  • Built two extremely successful WooCommerce sites for small brands, helping them increase sales and revenue.
  • Built and managed client servers built on DigitalOcean servers running the LAMP stack.
  • Tuned and adjusted server configurations on a per-client basis to help them maximize cost and server performance.
  • Built a real estate website using 3rd-party MLS API's from scratch.
  • Worked with Mailchimp, Emma, Sharpspring, and other 3rd-party marketing APIs and email platforms.
  • Built a Magento 1.9.1 site to replace the client's 1.6.0 version, tripling their eCommerce profits year over year.
Technologies: WooCommerce, Sass, Less, LAMP, HTML5, WordPress, PHP, JavaScript, Google Analytics, Mobile First, APIs, REST, WordPress Multisite

Web Developer

2013 - 2014
Blue Key
  • Built enterprise-grade sites for clients using Kentico.
  • Created a web app that allowed users to seek and sell used CATERPILLAR machinery.
  • Developed a monitoring app for all sites within the Bluekey organization to monitor uptime on Ruby on Rails.
  • Honed skills in the Kentico platform, C#, and .NET.
Technologies: Ruby on Rails (RoR), LAMP, HTML5, WordPress, PHP, JavaScript, APIs, REST, WordPress Multisite, Adobe Photoshop, Linux Server Configuration

Front-end Developer

2011 - 2013
The Design Group
  • Built an application on WordPress that allowed users to subscribe to the United States Department of Defense and NASA news.
  • Created a multi-site platform for a restaurant chain with eight different restaurants using child themes and 3rd-party APIs.
  • Honed WordPress, GitHub, and Google Maps API skills. I started learning Google Analytics and LAMP server management.
Technologies: JavaScript, jQuery, CSS, HTML5, WordPress, PHP, REST, APIs, WordPress Multisite, Adobe Photoshop, Linux Server Configuration

Wildlife Workshop Firetools

http://www.wildlifeworkshopfiretools.com/
During my time at Cobble Hill, I built this site for a craftsman from Columbia, SC, who just wanted to sell a few of his products every month.

To his and our surprise, his creations were a HUGE hit, and the demand for his Firetools skyrocketed.

Holy City Hospitality

https://www.holycityhospitality.com/
This project was the largest WordPress multisite I have ever been a part of creating during my time with The Design Group. At the time that I worked on it, there were only four restaurants and two catering websites, but it remained an enormous effort to build it efficiently using child themes so that the site would be fast and each restaurant would have its own look.

Currently, the site has scaled to ten restaurants and caterers, so the use of child themes and the WordPress multisite has been a success in keeping this fast and scalable.

Smith Spencer

http://smithspencer.com/
While Smith Spencer is a small site, the development to handle the design was challenging, and I'm proud of the smoothness surrounding the execution of the design. The client let us completely dictate the design process, which streamlined the development process and ultimately made the outcome look great on both mobile devices and standard browsers.

Starkey Properties

https://starkey-properties.com/listings
A client of mine needed a new real estate website to boost his marketability within the region he operates. Together, we decided what he needed his site to show and do, and I built a bespoke site on WordPress using lots of Vue components to integrate third-party MLS data, giving his clients and users a solid experience to see as many housing options as possible when they started their buying journey.
2008 - 2011

Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology

College of Charleston - Charleston, SC

2007 - 2008

Bachelor of Science Degree in Biology

Appalachian State University - Boone, NC

Libraries/APIs

jQuery, Mailchimp API, Google Maps JavaScript API 3, Vue 2, Stripe API, Vue

Tools

Google Analytics, Adobe Photoshop, Git, Apache, Gulp, NPM, Salesforce Commerce Cloud (SFCC), Facebook Pixel, Webpack, Salesforce Marketing Cloud, Webpack 4

Languages

CSS, Sass, HTML5, CSS3, PHP, JavaScript, Less, XML, Python, SCSS

Platforms

WordPress Theme Design, WordPress, LAMP, Ubuntu, WooCommerce, CentOS, CentOS 6

Storage

MySQL, LAMP Server

Frameworks

CodeIgniter, Ruby on Rails (RoR), Jinja

Paradigms

Object-oriented Programming (OOP), REST

Other

Ajax, WordPress Plugins, Command-line Interface (CLI), Linux Server Configuration, Ubuntu Server, WordPress Multisite, APIs, Mobile First, Google Analytics 4, Third-party APIs, SMTP, Google Tag Manager, Development

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