Recently I have discovered a passion for web accessibility and progressive enhancement, and feel they can (and should) be used as concrete quality metrics in web development projects.
I (somewhat unusually) enjoy writing, updating and editing documentation to drive business vision vertically, trying to ensure the developers I work with stay focused on the customer's needs. Likewise, I am very passionate about ensuring that code and documentation are both easily understood by future developers - especially new hires.
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