Sean Patterson

Fresh’s Software Development Director with Full-Stack capabilities, Sean brings 20 years of experience to enterprise website and application development. He is fluent in a variety of technologies, from C# and .NET to PHP and Javascript, and has developed websites and applications for the likes of Microsoft and T-Mobile. A true sophisticated technical innovator, Sean simply enjoys writing great code behind our client’s vision.

Full bio

Expertise, Mobile App Development, Software, Web App Development, Website Development

Dev Principle #11: DRY – Don’t Repeat Yourself

As the size and scope of a project increase, so does the complexity of the code base. One way to maintain and stabilize your code is to adhere to the “DRY” Principle: Don’t repeat yourself. #1: Use the DRY Principle to Decrease the Size of Your Code Base If you’re writing code to do the same
Read Now
Culture

Team Fresh and Furious Completes Fourth RAGNAR on the Trails

This year, Team Fresh and Furious took part in its annual RAGNAR tradition, but mixed it up a little and took to the trails for the RAGNAR Trail Rainier. With this being my third time participating with the team, I was triply excited for what the weekend would hold.
Read Now
Expertise, Software

Dev Principle #10: Do Performance Optimization When Needed

Donald Knuth is famous for saying “Premature optimization is the root of all evil.” There is a lot of good advice packed into that short statement.
Read Now
AI/Machine Learning, Mobile App Development, Software, Technology Architecture, Uncategorized, Web App Development, Website Development, XR Development

Dev Principle #8: YAGNI – Ya Ain’t Gonna Need It

At first pass, building a comprehensive application or API library seems straightforward. You want to make sure that every possible scenario is covered for proper data coverage and that the user can do anything (however small) they want within the app. However, the ramifications of this approach can be larger than you think. This has led
Read Now
Expertise, Software

Dev Principle #7: Avoid Common Code Vulnerabilities

There will always be hackers looking to get into your website. Whether it is to deface it with their branding/cause, gain access to your data, or even turn your site into a distributor of malware, it’s important to make sure your code is secure against common threats. Here are a few of the most common vulnerabilities
Read Now
Software, Web App Development, Website Development

Dev Principle #4: Create High-Quality Project Documentation

Documentation is often the least popular thing to create when working on a project. It might seem pointless to make note of things you already know or are easy to setup. Even worse, it can take time out of your already busy (and potentially time sensitive) development workflow. However, having good project documentation, beyond simply choosing good variable names,
Read Now