(Oct 2020 - Present)
Currently I am a senior Fullstack Engineer at Mighty. We build tools to allow kids to become entrepreneurs, by designing their own websites and products. I am the technical lead of the frontend at Mighty and have had the opportunity to build most of our systems from the ground up including our testing suites, build tools and front-end architecture.
(Jun 2020 - Sep 2020)
I worked building integrations with multiple e commerce platforms at my time at NS8. I was able to build my python skillset and work with AWS lambda and other cloud platforms while developing with them.
(Sep 2019 - Jun 2020)
Previously I worked as a Web Developer at Stage Front Tickets, a ticket brokerage company. My team is working on a new platform with a React based stack (React,Redux,and .NET core). I have already had the opportunity to take charge of large projects and suggest and implement many new technologies at my time at Stage Front.
(Sep 2018 - Sep 2019)
Previously I was working as a Software Developer at Sitetracker, a project management company that manages projects for many different clients, such as Verizon and Vodafone. I was the development lead in over 10 of the companies, and have learned how to prioritize their different needs, meet deadlines, and communicate with the people on the team to make sure that goals are reached effectively.
Flower Lad was developed in unity for Game Development I at Stevens. The game is about a small robot listening to poetry and planting flowers. Flower Lad utilizes c# scripts to grow dynamic fields of flowers which are able to interbreed and mutate. It was also used to tell the player nice little poems.
My name is George Beckert, I am currently working as a software developer at Mighty. I develop full stack web apps, with a focus on the front-end. I am the most comfortable with Node.js and React, but I am always pursuing new technologies to become a more well rounded and current developer. When I am not programming I love to play guitar and paint. I strive to surround myself with art and music, and to absorb as much as I can from the people and the world around me. I think of programming as a blank canvas, and the more I learn from other people and other disciplines, the more ideas I am able to implement.