(201) 240-5455 · email@example.com · Astoria NY, 11103 Download resume as PDF Summary Senior front end engineer with 8+ years experience Strong communicator, both written and verbal; comfortable on stage Quick study; voracious, independent learner Frequent open source contributor Focused on sustainable architecture and thoughtful solutions Looking for work with high social impact and interesting technology Work Experience Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Senior front end developer, 11/2015–Present Key technical and UX resource for transitioning 100+ properties to using a design system Recruited and managed 2 diverse programming summer interns Management and code review for up to 6 third-party front end engineers Primary technical resource for all front end development on mskcc.
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The process for the writer’s group I run. You can either write a piece to be work shopped, or come to only provide a critique. If you brought a story you can and should critique others. Stories can be any form or genre (e.g. prose, poetry, comics, etc), but should be no longer than 10 pages. An exception is made for screenplays, or other works in a script-like format: the page limit there is 20.
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Chris DeLuca is a writer, software developer, and comedian living in New York City. He works at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and is involved in NYC comedy. Chris has won numerous awards for his writing, gotten numerous jobs for his programming skills, and thrown lots of shade for the hell of it. He grew up in New Jersey, the state from all the punchlines. A Portrait of Chris DeLucaA close up on Chris DeLuca’s face on the subway.