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Speaker Spotlight – Nick Fogle

Nick Fogle is a full stack engineer with a rich background in business, law, and behavioral economics. He studied at the London School of Economics and holds an Economics degree from Clemson University. Very early in life he discovered, and embraced a penchant for programming; building his first website at age 10.  Later, Nick went to law school, passed the bar, and became an attorney only to realize that writing computer code was much more enjoyable than writing legal code, so he traded in the suit and re-embraced his programmer roots.

Nick worked at Blackbaud for several years and served in various technical leadership roles. As a lead developer, he designed and developed web applications for some of the organization’s largest enterprise clients. He created training curricula and led advanced development workshops for external engineering staff. Nick now serves as a Senior Full Stack Engineer at Fount Studio, where he designs and builds high-impact, user-centered experiences for tech startups.

Nick Fogle’s passions can be enumerated in three words: Entrepreneurship. Law.  Technology.  As far as Entrepreneurship is concerned, Nick has quite the track record.  In 2012, he created SeeTheLaw; a website built using HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript. SeeTheLaw features interactive learning modules and animated visuals for communicating complex legal concepts. Nick has functioned as a Business Growth Consultant, providing guidance on business strategy, legal consulting and technology solutions to his clients.  Most recently, Nick co-founded Wavve, a community engagement platform that lets fans join community discussions and post short audio clips to talk.

When not writing code or exploring new tech, Nick enjoys watching reruns of Jeopardy, trading stocks, and the ancient art of bonsai.

Other Information

This Spring, Nick will join us to discuss Ionic: The Road to Production during his session for Syntax Code & Craft Convention.

SyntaxCon brings together over thirty-five talented developers from around the country who will share road-tested insights.

This year’s schedule provides content across 4 main tracks, each with a specific focus:

  • Front-End Development
  • Back-End Development
  • Mobile Development
  • Platforms (cloud-hosted services, gaming, content management systems, etc.)

Attendees can customize their personal agenda by choosing sessions with an aim to improve their craft, fulfill goals, and learn cutting edge trends and best practices in a relatively short time.

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