I'm Jon Kurinsky, a Philadelphia-based software developer working at IKEA.

I'm a builder of tools and a solver of problems. I believe in writing human-friendly, declarative code.

After self-teaching Python to automate my job in logistics within the publishing industry, I fell in love with software development.

I turned to Fullstack Academy, a bootcamp program in Chicago, to help me navigate a transition into the tech industry, proper. There, I became proficient with a Javascript-based stack: Node, Express, React, Redux, PostgresSQL, and Sequelize.

Since then, I've worked on business-critical frontend applications with millions of users, developer tooling to help teams magnify their productivity, and resources to help teach the Javascript and Node ecosystems.

I have a special interest in problems of frontend architecture: how to design complex client-side applications that are performant and maintainable while also scaling across many developers and teams. I have experience using the microfrontends pattern to solve problems in this area.

Want to talk? Check out my portfolio, Github, or connect with me on LinkedIn.

Recruiters: I am not currently on the job market. Thank you for understanding!

I'm Jon Kurinsky, a Philadelphia-based software developer working at IKEA.

I'm a builder of tools and a solver of problems. I believe in writing human-friendly, declarative code.

After self-teaching Python to automate my job in logistics within the publishing industry, I fell in love with software development.

I turned to Fullstack Academy, a bootcamp program in Chicago, to help me navigate a transition into the tech industry, proper. There, I became proficient with a Javascript-based stack: Node, Express, React, Redux, PostgresSQL, and Sequelize.

Since then, I've worked on business-critical frontend applications with millions of users, developer tooling to help teams magnify their productivity, and resources to help teach the Javascript and Node ecosystems.

I have a special interest in problems of frontend architecture: how to design complex client-side applications that are performant and maintainable while also scaling across many developers and teams. I have experience using the microfrontends pattern to solve problems in this area.

Want to talk? Check out my portfolio, Github, or connect with me on LinkedIn.

Recruiters: I am not currently on the job market. Thank you for understanding!