Nick

Tokyo, Japan

nickjanssen.com

Age: 26

My expertise lies in AngularJS, NodeJS and MeteorJS. JavaScript is the main language I work with. I do both frontend and backend development. My main strength lies at creating full-blown qualitative apps in a versatile way that meets deadlines.

I have extensive knowledge of CSS and HTML, and can fully translate a design mockup to its web variant.

Other technologies I am proficient with include MongoDB, MySQL, PostgreSQL, PHP, and others. I use existing libraries where possible, although in some cases that is not optimal in order to create a lightweight environment.

I have a 3D background, and do a fair amount of work using WebGL and 3D CSS such as guided 3D tours and games.

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awarded Autobiographer
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asked How call a stub method on all connected clients with Meteor
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awarded Nice Question
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accepted How to locally test my app in production with Meteor
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asked How to locally test my app in production with Meteor
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awarded Yearling
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awarded Popular Question
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asked What's the best time and frequency to post a devlog?
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answered Meteor: Unexpected token }
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comment How to add a file to an image in Dockerfile without using the ADD or COPY directive
Can't you simply unzip it beforehand on your local machine? And then add the stuff you need?
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comment Digit regex causes jshint 'Bad or unnecessary escaping' error
@mikemaccana because otherwise JS would think you're trying to escape quotes instead of regex symbols. var test = 'hello what\'s up?';
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comment Can a passenger jet be towed to safety if it breaks down in midair?
What about a fighter jet? They could reach the plane much faster. In Japan they tow cars with motorbikes, it's the same concept.
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19
accepted Amazon Elastic Beanstalk vs EC2 instance with docker containers
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