My name is James Michael Wheatley. I'm an application developer currently working for the Kansas Department of Labor. My work experience has revolved around the HTML, CSS, JS trio, as well as some Web Forms, MVC and C# work. There has been some light SQL and data access via Entity Framework mixed in there as well.
If pressed, I would claim my proficiency tends to grow the closer to the front end technologies you get, and my desire would be to focus on converting mockups into HTML and CSS
My resume as of 10/04/2015
If you like you may also use one of my older, server based sites to send me a message right from a webpage.Contact Form
There have been a couple of other iterations of my website that may be worth taking a look at. I make no promises about the integrity of their links now that they have been moved, but the basic function remains
The pinwheel site is a bit demanding. Aside from the need for CSS animation support (IE10+) there are numerous large image files to render the scene for large screen resolutions. This is actually what makes it worth talking about. Despite all the large image files, it has a mobile conscience. The CSS was done in a way that prevents the downloading of the high resolution images unless they are needed, so the only one's downloading 1080p quality images are 1080p users.
This was my first(ish) website. I was still doing a lot of learning, and leaning pretty hard on jQuery to do the fun stuff. These days I prefer to lean on the native ways when adoption rates aren't important.