Daniel de Haas
I'm a software engineer currently working as an independent contractor. I used to work at Triplebyte and before that at zyBooks. I've also taught a class on front end web development at General Assembly.
I mostly do full stack web work, but I also build iOS and Mac apps. I'm best with Rails, React, and Swift. You can reach me at me @ my domain if you'd like to hire me.
Things I've built and done
Window Flicker is a small window management utility for macOS that lets you "flick" your windows to different positions on your screen.
Find Hacker News Comments is a Chrome extension that lets you find Hacker News comments for the webpage you're looking at.
Icon Tryer Outer lets you easily test out icons on mobile devices.
Tab Rearranger is a Chrome extension that lets you rearrange your tabs with keyboard shortcuts. Its super simple but I can no longer live without it.
YOLO is a Chrome extension I built with a friend that turns "Submit" buttons into "YOLO" buttons. Its proof that 11 lines of code can make a difference. I don't actually run this extension because its annoying. You probably shouldn't either.
I worked at Triplebyte from 2016 to 2018. Triplebyte helps engineers find jobs. They put engineers through a technical interview and only let the top folks through. They then introduce those engineers to partner companies who trust Triplebyte's vetting process.
I worked at zyBooks from 2012 to 2016. zyBooks creates interactive, online textbooks for college students. They've since been bought by Wiley.