Steve Grunwell

Open-source contributor, speaker, and coffee snob

Removing my portfolio

As of today I’ve removed my portfolio from this site. The portfolio has always been the section most lacking in substance, and I feel I’ve reached a point in my career where my accomplishments are publicized well enough through my Twitter account, my GitHub profile, and through the efforts of my teammates at 10up that a dedicated “Portfolio” section on my site feels out of place.

Before 10up, I was often the only engineer working on a project; when I write about sites I’ve built, I’m comfortable in doing so because I was responsible for most–if not all–of the build. Now that I’m a member of a larger engineering team the glory (and indeed, failures) are shared amongst the team.

Some of the previous portfolio pages have been moved into back-dated posts in my blog, while the others (especially older projects) have been removed.

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