My name is Nick Schwaderer and I currently live in beautiful Cornwall in the UK.
I grew up in equally beautiful Superior, Montana in the United States, where I worked as a local journalist, sawmill employee, and two-term State Legislator before moving to the UK to work full time as a Ruby on Rails engineer.
On my own time I enjoy unique challenges and work, so if you would like to hire me, feel free to get in touch.
These are the technologies I use everyday on side/personal projects or in my job.
- Ruby on Rails
- Bootstrap 3/ Bootstrap 4
- Sublime Text 2
Open Source Contributions:
Department of Defense (USA)
- CLI Ruby Application that allows power users of Amazon’s Mechanical Turk to fly through HIT Requests from the Terminal.
- Rails Application that renders real-time rankings on S&P 500’s Dividend Aristocrats based on current dividend yield
- Rails App that shows a ‘heat map’ for peak computer usage time on Plymouth University’s campus, along with current number of open seats by zone