Experience:< 1 year
English:Great, second language
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I'm a tenured academic instructor with too much time in my hands. I've been developing hobby projects with Meteor.js, React.js and Next.js within the last 8 years. Mostly as simple CRUD applications used in college education for research purposes. I wish to take a step into the professional domain.
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Note: These are ranges. A candidate might only meet most of the items in a particular level, but shouldn't be expected to hit every single criteria.
Example: A candidate might say — "I don't use Redux, but we use MobX and I'm near expert-level with that so I marked it a 5".
- I'm expert-level with CSS.
- I can manage the CSS structure and organization for large, complex projects with multiple team members.
- I have very strong CSS fundamentals, and I'm able to do great UI work, no matter the technology, (PostCSS, Sass, Tailwind, CSS-in-JS).
- I mostly use Grid, but know when Flexbox would be best.
- I use Flexbox almost exclusively for layout, though I might also use sometimes use Grid.
- I write CSS in a mobile-first manner and use a methodology like BEM or Atomic CSS.
- I can do some animation work or at least work with transforms and transitions.
- I know enough CSS to get the basics done. I'm not strictly a UI developer, but I can pull a layout together reasonably well.
- I don't write the styles for the work we do, or I mostly use Bootstrap.
- I'm don't currently write much CSS.