Hi, I’m Alex Grant, software engineer with experience contributing, consulting, and even teaching in the realm of the web. I’ve enjoyed crafting code in Ruby on Rails since 2011, Ember.js since 2014, and Elixir since earlier this year. Here are some of the positions where I’ve applied my skills.

Note: This is only a list of career-relevant paid positions, not a standalone résumé – personal projects and open-source work have their own page. The management apologizes for any inconvenience.

Wistia 2017+

elixir, phoenix, postgres, docker, ffmpeg

Engineering your friendly neighborhood video platform. (current position)

Vermonster 2015–2016

rails, rspec, jsonapi, ember, es6+, postgres, redis, heroku, s3

Gathered requirements and built web applications for Autodesk, RBM Technologies, and other clients. Designed the company’s first formal developer interview process. Led development and documentation on an in-house product, SchoolBot.

General Assembly 2014

ruby, sinatra, rails, rspec, jquery, es5, scss, postgres, heroku

Taught and created materials for the Web Development Immersive course, a 12-week full-time program that prepares adults for a new career as a full-stack web developer.

Careport Health 2013

rails, rspec, jquery, haml, scss, bootstrap, mysql

Worked with a small team at an early-stage startup, on a web app that helps hospital case managers find post-hospital care providers for their patients.

apprentice.io Fall 2012

rails, rspec, jquery, json, postgres, git, heroku

Learned test-driven Ruby on Rails development, shipped features in FDN and CoachUp, contributed to several open-source projects, and wrote some posts for thoughtbot’s Giant Robots blog.

Rochester Institute of Technology 2007–2011

Achieved a B.S. in Information Technology with Highest Honors, concentrated in Web Development and System Administration. Member and sometime sysadmin of Computer Science House.