Business AdministrationEvent coordinationTechnical oversight
Paul kicked off his career at a telecommunications company where he made use of his skills in Java-related technologies such as Groovy, Grails, and Spring Boot. He started working in the trenches as a backend developer and eventually found himself as a full stack developer who makes his living off of the AngularJS framework. He can also navigate the AWS platform easily since his previous project was deployed on it.
Yet his quest does not end there. Looking down his horizon, he sees himself developing mobile apps, implementing UX designs, building microservices, and developing applications that use big data for distributed storage and processing. He also wants to learn machine learning, computational complexity and computability theory, and programming language theory. Paul, in other words, is a person of many interests and a keen eye for growth.
To sustain his unbridled passion for computing, he constantly consumes food in conjunction with caffeine. Caffeine, at work, he has plenty of. He hopes that it will help him become that person, who in his very own words, he describes as: “a developer who doesn’t just write codes but also knows what the impact of every code he writes on the usability of the application and also provides compassion to other members by writing code that is as readable and flexible as possible to open room for extension and maintenance.”
In 2008, Taylor brought together a small group of programmers that make up the core of Coding Avenue. These programmers are fondly referred to as “The Ancient Ones.” Through a series of trials and discoveries, Taylor led a team that would grow into Coding Avenue in 2010.
The small group would eventually grow to a team of more than 40 employees, all of whom are uniquely talented.
Taylor continues to explore opportunities to bring amazing and passionate people to Coding Avenue. He loves motorcycles.