Jeff Engley, Full Stack Developer

Tell us a little bit about yourself (i.e., professional background, hobbies, interests, etc.).

I started working as an electronics technician for Tektronix, repairing oscilloscopes as they came off an assembly line. I worked for Tektronix for almost two years.

Then, I went to work for ADP, where I repaired printers and a wide variety of network equipment. It was while working at ADP I learned computer programming. I am mostly self-taught, but I took several courses at Clark College to round out my skills. I worked for ADP for almost 25 years.

Then, I came to Fuel. I’ve been working on the Allergy EDGE® Team for nine years.

My wife has been working on starting a homemade craft business. She makes soy wax candles, earrings and a few other things. I go with her to craft shows and help her set up and tear down her booth, as well as help her with miscellaneous things around the house to support her business. 

When we’re not busy helping our aging parents, playing with our grandkids or working, we like to go to the beach.

What is the most valuable resource you provide to our members, and what does an average day look like?

I don’t know how valuable it is, but I think what I like to be most noted for is resiliency and consistency. When many developers have come and gone on the AllergyEdge Team, I’m still here.

An average day for me consists of working on the many Jira tickets that we use to define the tasks that need to be done to build and maintain the AllergyEdge application. Some tickets are bug fixes, some are new features, and some involve researching technologies. We have regular team meetings to discuss what we’re working on individually. Occasionally, we work together on tickets when collaboration is helpful.

Tell us something unique about you.

My wife and I like to volunteer in the community. Last summer, we completed a volunteer project that we had been involved in for 12 years. We are not currently involved in any community projects, but as I get closer to retirement age, I plan to find some that interest me.

What is one thing you cannot live without?

My wife.

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