My name is Brant Wills, I enjoy developing all aspects of software and web applications. I feel most comfortable leading team environments where group thinking and friendly competition is encouraged.
I am currently employed as a software developer with DiscoverTec. I have had a wonderful career working with software and web applications and am available for collaboration on side projects.
I've often considered placing a portfolio of my work online, unfortunately the majority of my work is hosted internally and unavailable to the public. Therefore, I thought it would be beneficial to list technologies I am either interested in or which I actively participate. I do my best to keep these fresh, however please refer to my Resume or LinkedIn account for a full list of my experience.
I maintain this site, it exposes season statistics for Drum Corps International. I like to redesign this site based on technologies I'm interested in. Right now the page uses nuxtjs, web api 2, entity framework, and a mobile first approach using bulma.
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