I am a web developer for Taylor University. My primary job responsibilities include writing HTML/CSS templates for our DotCMS content management system. As well as specialized content pulls using Velocity scripting. I had the pleasure of spearheading the effort to transition from a failing CMS to the DotCMS which has proven to be a valuable asset to the university. I also am involved in providing leadership in the area of SEO and Google Analytics.
I also do some freelance work for small businesses setting up websites and maintaining their sites and providing SEO services.
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