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Jonny Asmar
Front End & Full Stack Web Developer
Looking for Remote Work
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Web Developer. Husband. Brother. Son. Uncle.
Virginia Since 1988 When I’m dead.

Front End & Full Stack Web Developer (Remote Only)

July 8, 2017 General
Multi-talented web developer with 12 years of professional experience. Self-starter with years of freelance and entrepreneurial experience. Expert level knowledge of front end languages & frameworks. Adept back end developer. Accomplished & proven track record developing world-class sites & products for organizations like AOL & Virginia Tech. Creative problem solver with an anything-is-possible mentality, backed by resourcefulness, big-picture thinking, and pronounced leadership and teamwork skills. Professional Skills HTML5 / CSS3 / Twig Javascript / Typescript React / Redux /…

Run an ExpressJS App (Like KeystoneJS) through Apache and Kill the Port

June 5, 2017 How-ToExpressJS, KeystoneJS, NodeJS, LAMP, Apache, Systems
If you use ExpressJS or anything built on it (like KeystoneJS, which this site is very proudly built upon) you've probably encountered the many examples of running these apps with a port. Typical examples will suggest you do something to this effect: This is fine and dandy and I don't suggest you do anything different. However, for a plethora of reasons, you really don't want to require your visitors to enter a port to access your…

New Personal Development Site Launched

June 1, 2017 GeneralKeystoneJS, HTML/CSS, Javascript, ExpressJS, NodeJS, Typescript, Craft CMS, Frameworks, Languages, CMSes
New Personal Development Site Launched
Background Almost eighteen years ago, I received my first personal computer as a gift from my mother and father. It was a Gateway desktop with 20 GB of harddrive space and CPU and RAM specs that today are put to shame by most of the devices we carry in our pockets. It was a behemoth of a machine that took up an entire corner of our living room and I loved it. Tossing the 6'x4' instruction…
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