Jake Worth

About

Technology is my passion. I'm currently excited about React.js, TypeScript, Elixir, Phoenix, Ruby, Rails, PostreSQL, Vim, and automated tests.

Projects

Talks

  • Writing a Programming Langauge, Hashrocket Winter Miniconf, December 2018.
  • Introducing Hooks, React Chicago Meetup, November 2018.
  • SQL Workshop, Code Platoon (Golf), September 2018.
  • Weekly Team Retros, Hashrocket Summer Miniconf, July 2018.
  • SQL Workshop, Code Platoon (Foxtrot), May 2018.
  • Format Your Elixir Code Now, Atlanta Elixir Meetup, May 2018.
  • Format Your Elixir Code Now, ElixirDaze 2018, March 2018.
  • Format Your Elixir Code Now, Chicago Elixir Meetup, January 2018.
  • React.js + Vim, Vim Chicago Meetup, November 2017.
  • SQL Workshop, Code Platoon (Delta), October 2017.
  • React.js + Vim, React Chicago Meetup, September 2017.
  • From Troops to Tech: A Panel of Chicago Veterans In Tech, Chicago Veteran Developers Meetup, September 2017.
  • State of the TIL, Hashrocket Summer Miniconf, June 2017.
  • SQL Workshop, Code Platoon (Charlie), June 2017.
  • Observing Change: A Gold Master Test in Practice, Sauce Labs (webinar), June 2017.
  • Observing Change: A Gold Master Test in Practice, RailsConf, April 2017.
  • SQL Workshop, Code Platoon (Bravo), February 2017.
  • Integration Testing with Wallaby, Chicago Elixir Meetup, February 2017.
  • Git + Vim with Vim-Fugitive, Vim Chicago Meetup, October 2016.
  • Dive into Vim Language Plugins, Vim Chicago Meetup, April 2016.
  • Test Driven Development/Pair Programming Workshop, Code Platoon (Alpha), February 2016.
  • Military to Programmer, Code Platoon (Alpha), February 2016.
  • Introduction to Vim, Vim Chicago Meetup, November 2015.
  • Capybara Driver Benchmarking, Hashrocket Summer Miniconf, June 2015.

Jake Around the 'Net

  • Exercism: writing algorithms and experimenting with different languages.
  • Goodreads: recording what I read.
  • Hashrocket Blog: writing for my company.
  • Meetup: talking about code on the scene.
  • Quora: answering and asking programming questions.
  • Stack Overflow: answering and asking programming questions.
  • Today I Learned: writing short articles about things I have learned.
  • Speaker Deck: a place where some of my slide decks are saved.