Want to know a little more about me? Let me tell you what I’ve done, what I can do for you, and explain some of my nuances along the way.
I started learning development and system administration on the ServiceNow platform in 2016, and have been actively managing forms, catalogs, and workflow, along with end-user assets in the CMDB, and various other functions and integrations within the system including extensive use of the REST API.
I also do “back-end” web development. What does this mean, you ask? Call it coding, programming, or development; whatever makes sense to you… I make the things do the stuff, I don’t design how it looks. In other words, I make the magic happen, but not so much on the pretty…
Whether in ServiceNow or web development, the work I do is usually on the back-end, meaning I use the platform capabilities, development tools, and web based technologies to do stuff not just make stuff. I let someone else deal with making it look pretty on the front-end. Don’t let this pretty website fool you, I can make pretty happen if I need to with the tools and tech (AKA themes, examples, stock photos, and the like) that’s available but I prefer to spend my time coding and developing. You know, the fun stuff!
Want to utilize the API and other back-end technologies available in all the tools you’ve invested in so you can bring your organization closer to a single ecosystem that works together rather than a handful of disparate portals and console for your employees to trudge around in separately? I can help you with that!
I often use highly technical terms such as things and stuff, but don’t let that scare you; it’s a fun world I live in, and even though you may not be familiar with it, you’ll appreciate what it can do for you!
If you want to see some examples of the things I’ve made that do stuff, check out my portfolio.