REBECCA L DESIGNS

I GO HARD FOREVER


THAT'S JUST HOW I'M DESIGNED

Rebecca Goodman is a dc native, born and raised. She is leading the industry in awesomeness and has strong computer programming skills in all things web development, software engineering and is capable of undertaking any task presented to her. Given the opportunity, she will not disappoint!
For my complete resume, go here.

  • LANGUAGES

    WHAT I CAN CODE

    I can code in a variety of languages, including HTML, XHTML, CSS, PHP, XML, JavaScript, JQuery, Java, Objective C, and MySQL. I am able to design the hell out of a variety of Content Management Systems (wordpress, Joomla!, Drupal, TeamSoft)

  • PROGRAMS

    WHAT I USE

    I currently use Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere Pro, and have recently started getting into Flash. I use 3 different IDE’s when programming: Eclipse, NetBeans, XCode. I am proficient in the Microsoft Office Suite and I can become proficient in pretty much anything that I need to master.

  • THINGS

    I LIKE

    I like pugs, most apple products, learning new things, developing new applications, blogging on my personal blog about random things, discussing philosophical thoughts and pondering weird contraptions and inventions, being positive, giving pep talks, laughing, making others laugh and making other people happy, including myself!

  • STUFF

    I WANT TO DO

    Go skydiving, go to WWDC, try to make pho, teach my pug how to fetch slippers without eating them, successfully sell an iPhone app in the app store,

Skills // Adobe After Effects, Adobe Flash, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premiere Pro, Apple Aperture, HTML, CSS, PHP, SQL, Java, JavaScript, JQuery, XML, some Objective C, some Oracle, Project Management Experience, Content Editing, Content Writing, Search Engine Optimization
For my complete resume, go here.

  • blog-si

    Smithsonian Libraries Blog

  • dor2013

    Day of Remembrance: 2013

  • YIR12

    NASA Year in Review 2012

  • apollo17

    Apollo 17, 40th Anniversary

  • Wally Schirra 50th Anniversary

    Wally Schirra 50th Anniversary Piece

  • apollo16

    Apollo 16, 40th Anniversary

  • nasagov

    NASA

  • adam_craig

    Adam Craig Band

  • takemacback

    Take McAlester Back

  • focus_earth

    Focus Earth

  • battleground_earth

    Battleground Earth

  • go-for-green

    Go For the Green

  • supper-club

    Supper Club

  • total_wreck

    Total Wrecklamation

  • insgc

    Indiana Space Grant Consortium

  • planet_green2

    Virgin Music Festival Offers Greener Way to Get Your Groove On

  • planet_green1

    Getting to Know GM’s Alternative-Fuel Vehicles (Part 2)

About this Blog // Mostly thoughts on computer stuff, programming, attempts at learning new languages and experiences along the way throughout my journey to supreme nerd of the universe!

  • GIT

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    I need to start a github and upload all of my java project. I am getting ready to embark on some app design that i intend to release. Will probably put those files up there also. Will check in more later. But these are some notes to myself to ensure that I do this.

  • DRUPALCON DAYS 2 AND 3

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    Ok, I needed to write this post last week or really like… yknow, 2-3 weeks back, but I had an failure of epic proportions and often times, I just get caught up over on my other blog which is where (in all honesty) I spend most of my time, but I am working on remedying this as I really want to have an outlet to post on as I go through school and as I work through Drupal fun at work. So I am trying to rebuild/build this blog up. So without further ado, I give you the rest of drupalcon Portland 2013!

    Day 2

    I feel like I could write an entire post on the keynote from Day 2 alone. The keynote for Day 2 of DruaplCon Portland was AWESOME! I know a lot of people would disagree with what Karen McGrane had to say about WYSIWIG editors and various other topics in the keynote, but I really feel like she made some excellent points. She focused on the fact that we are no longer in the world of print or just desktop web. Not everyone is on the same platform anymore when accessing the World Wide Web. This is important to note, not only for developers but for content producers. You cannot treat the web as a print medium like so many people want to. So she talked about this for a while and then went on to stress that WYSIWYG editors were only constraining us and that the problem with this wasnt just in content or on the front end but also with the CMS itself and while responsive design was a solution, it was only a front-end solution and one that didn’t think far enough ahead but really only worked for the here and the now. Instead of thinking in pages with content, it is best to start encouraging people to think in chunks <– I thought this point was very valuable especially with a robust and easy to manipulate system like Drupal. Continue reading

  • DRUPALCON PORTLAND, DAY 1

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    DAY 1

    I left my house to head to Reagan National Airport at 5am. My flight left at 7:00am. I had a layover in Seattle before heading to Portland. When I arrived in Portland, the idea was to go directly from the airport to the conference and pray that they had lockers or something where I could store my extra bag.

    I showed up at 12pm Portland time, lunch time for the conference. Almost dinner time for me on the east coast. It was definitely interesting to travel for what felt like a day and then pretend it was the middle of the day. Anywho, I had a full day of sessions ahead of me. After I ate, I went to find the first session I wanted to watch. The first session I went to was What Users Want (or Why Webpages are Dead) – From the summary I thought the session was going to be awesome and go into detail about how we needed to focus on moving to other platforms and HOW to do it… but I thought wrong. I thought it would be better than it was. For the first 40 minutes the presenters discussed basics beyond beginner. I was a little disappointed to say the least. The presenters themselves were enthusiastic and I think had good knowledge in their brains, but seemed to be hoarding it and keeping it away from me. After 45 minutes, I got up and went to seek out some coffee and plan out the rest of my afternoon. Continue reading

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