Rich Finelli

Hi, my name is Rich.

I’m a front end web developer living in Piscataway, NJ. I build modern websites using HTML5, CSS, and Javascript.

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Amplifying your online presence for front-end devs

Hiring managers are lazy. Trust me I know, because I am one (at least part of the time). As a part of my job I’ve been the primary person in charge of screening resumes and interviewing candidates both technical and non-technical for a year or so now. My primary job is still a front end developer so finding the bandwidth to go thru resumes is challenging, especially when resumes blend in to each other and don’t stand out. I’d rather not phone screen a million candidates with similar resumes to find who is the best fit. Ideally I want the better candidates to shine, or stand out from others in an obvious fashion. Here’s my advice to make the job easy for the hiring managers out there by amplifying your online presence.

February 24, 2018

3 Techniques for teams to tame their CSS beast

CSS is a beast. It’s a mean, ugly beast. It’s a beast that’s hard to maintain and keep organized especially as the scale of your project increases. If you relax and don’t keep an eye on it, it ends up running rampant. While it can be tough taming the beast by yourself, it actually gets even tougher with the more people you add to the mix. You’d think that multiple people could team up on the beast. But in reality, the CSS beast thrives against teams. Teams can make it a fair fight, however, by adhering to these 3 CSS taming-techniques:

November 29, 2017

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