Martin Fracker Jr.
Web Developer
College Station

My name is Martin Fracker. I graduated from Texas A&M University with a B.S. in Computer Science. I excel at many things including programming in Rails, CSharp, Node.js, Vue.js, Angular.js, test-driven development, and agile development. I like writing programs in C++ specifically on the Linux platform using Emacs, but my focus is on writing web applications using various technologies, including ASP.NET MVC, Vue.js, Angular.js, and Rails. Testing first is just as important to me as a finished product, and when working in a team I enjoy employing agile best practices. When I'm not at work I am either watching TV, playing table tennis, working out, or playing Dota.
2016-04-01 - Ongoing
As a technical consultant working for a variety of clients, made significant contributions to various web applications, including an application to keep track of job candidates, as well as a loan and insurance analysis system. Used and became familiar with many different kinds of technologies such as ASP.NET Web API, ASP.NET MVC, Entity Framework, Jenkins, AngularJS, Angular, Vue.js, Node.js, ASP.NET Core, Azure, Heroku, Visual Studio Team Services, Docker, Selenium, Protractor.NET, Twitter Bootstrap, Less, SASS, Typescript, MongoDB, MSSQL, and Raven DB.
  • Brought a legacy project up to current continuous deployment standards using Git Flow and Jenkins
  • Upgraded a MEAN stack project using Elasticsearch 2.x to 5.x
  • Streamlined MEAN stack project development using docker best practices
  • Redesigned the UX, integrated a spotfire dashboard, and added new functionality for client front-end Angular application
Texas A&M University
Computer Science - Bachelor
2013-08-01 - 2017-05-01
Distinguished Student
Dean of the College of Engineering
An undergraduate student who completes a semester schedule of at least 15 hours or a summer session schedule of at least 12 hours with no grade lower than C and with a grade point ratio of not less than 3.5 for the semester or for a summer session shall be designated "distinguished student" (Texas A&M University).
Web Development
  • HTML5
  • LESS
  • SASS
  • Vue.js
  • Angular
  • MongoDB
  • PostgreSQL
  • Typescript
  • C#
  • Node.js