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Trevor Wagner

Trevor Wagner

Charleston, SC, United States
Member since May 25, 2016
Trevor is hybrid full LAMP stack developer/front-end developer with over 5 years of experience creating custom WordPress themes and plugins, building and tuning Linux server environments, and creating high performance eCommerce sites.
Trevor is now available for hire
  • Blue Acorn
    LAMP Stack, JavaScript, Demandware, NPM, Grunt
  • Cobble Hill
    LAMP Stack, WordPress, Magento, LESS, Sass, wooCommerce
  • Blue Key
    LAMP Stack, WordPress, Kenticom Ruby on Rails
  • WordPress Theme Design, 5 years
  • PHP, 5 years
  • WordPress, 5 years
  • JavaScript, 4 years
  • MySQL, 4 years
  • Linux Server Configuration, 3 years
  • AJAX, 3 years
  • Gulp.js, 1 year
Charleston, SC, United States
Preferred Environment
LAMP - PHP, Ubuntu/Centos, Apache, MySQL/Percona
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.
  • Applications Engineer
    Blue Acorn
    2016 - PRESENT
    • Built a payment gateway module and corresponding back-end module to manage payments.
    • Implemented the SureTax API.
    • Honed skills in Demandware, JavaScript/ECMAscript, Magento, and XML/XMLT.
    Technologies: LAMP Stack, JavaScript, Demandware, NPM, Grunt
  • Senior Web Developer
    Cobble Hill
    2014 - 2016
    • Built a Magento 1.9.1 site to replace the client's 1.6.0 version, tripling their eCommerce profits year over year.
    • Built two extremely successful wooCommerce sites for small brands, helping them increase sales and revenue.
    • Built a boilerplate theme for WordPress sites.
    • Managed and built server architecture for over 20 clients.
    • Built a real estate website using third party API's from scratch.
    • Worked with Mailchimp, Emma, Sharpspring, and other third-party marketing APIs.
    Technologies: LAMP Stack, WordPress, Magento, LESS, Sass, wooCommerce
  • Web Developer
    Blue Key
    2013 - 2014
    • 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: LAMP Stack, WordPress, Kenticom Ruby on Rails
  • Front-end Developer
    The Design Group
    2011 - 2013
    • Built an application on WordPress that allowed users to subscribe to DoD and NASA news.
    • Created a multi-site platform for a restaurant chain with 8 different restaurants using child themes and third-party APIs.
    • Honed WordPress, Git, CodeIgniter, and Google Maps API skills.
    Technologies: WordPress, HTML5, CSS, jQuery, JavaScript
  • Imgur Anonymous Upload PHP Wrapper (Other amazing things)

    I built a PHP wrapper for Imgur's anonymous upload API, so I could upload images and return a URL for them with ease.

  • Wildlife Workshop Firetools (Development)

    Cobble Hill built this site for a craftsman from Columbia, SC, who really 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 (Development)

    This project was the largest WordPress multisite I had ever done. At the time that I worked on it, there were only four restaurants and two catering websites, but it still remained a large effort to try to build it efficiently so that the site would be fast and each restaurant would have its own look.

    At the current point in time, 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 (Development)

    While Smith Spencer is a small site with not much to it, 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 normal browsers.

  • The Burlap Elephant (Development)

    The Burlap Elephant was a small wedding site that showcases some innovative back-end WordPress development to create a fully update-able framework for the client to add all their media for their wedding galleries and services and to display that content across all devices

  • Languages
    PHP, Sass, HTML5, JavaScript, LESS, CSS3, Python
  • Platforms
    WordPress Theme Design, WordPress, Magento, WooCommerce, CentOS 6
  • Frameworks
    WordPress Multisite, Jinja, Ruby on Rails (RoR), CodeIgniter
  • Libraries/APIs
    jQuery, MailChimp API, Google Maps JavaScript API 3
  • Tools
    Adobe Photoshop, Gulp.js, Coda 2, PhpStorm, Git, Apache, Grunt.js, NPM
  • Paradigms
    Object-oriented Programming (OOP)
  • Storage
  • Misc
    Ubuntu Server, WordPress Plugins, AJAX, Linux Server Configuration, Command Line
  • Bachelor of Science degree in Biology
    College of Charleston - Charleston, SC
    2008 - 2011
  • Bachelor of Science degree in Biology
    Appalachian State University - Boone, NC
    2007 - 2008
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