Hi There!

I’m Travis Lockcuff.
Web Developer & Fitness Fanatic.

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About me

I’m a fast learning, self-taught developer from Pennsylvania.

I work primarily on the front-end but I tend to dabble in the back-end time to time. I learned almost everything myself because of my curiosity and my passion for new experiences. I love building products people can't live without. Programming is not my only field of focus. I have interests in design, UI/UX, emerging technologies and much more.

I'm open to share my adventures with others; I write articles about what I've learned and open-source most of my projects on GitHub.

In my spare time, I love to do anything fitness related, more or less, lifting weights (picking things up and putting them back down).

Want to build something awesome?

What I do

I take ideas and build products.

Keep it simple and clean, is my formula.

Below you will find a list of things I enjoy building.

  • Websites, SaaS, PaaS
  • Javascript Frameworks
  • Prototypes
  • iOS Apps
  • there's always something else...

Skills

I enjoy working with both front-end and back-end technologies.

As a developer, I’m versatile. I can work with modern front end technology as well as back-end services and everything in between, also, venturing as far as design in Sketch or Photoshop.

Front End

Languages

  • HTML, CSS3
  • JavaScript
  • Typescript

Frameworks

  • AngularJS
  • Angular 2-6
  • Firebase
  • Ionic

Back End

Languages

  • C# .NET & SQL
  • NoSQL Databases
  • Node.JS

Frameworks

  • Microsoft .NET
  • SQL Server
  • MongoDB
  • Google Cloud
  • Heroku

Code Methodology

My coding philosophy is to keep it simple. Code can quickly get out of hand, staying simple assures fewer headaches later on. I favor writing self-documenting code as much as possible. When that's not feasible, I attach detailed comments and examples. I treat my code like a story. I try not to keep all my eggs in one basket. I focus on writing modular code; this prevents collisions, and it's easier to debug. I'm resourceful with what I find while developing, so I don't generally re-invent the wheel.

Simple Code
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Modular Code
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Happy Developer :)