Roundarch Developer Sarah Forst Profiled in RIA Rockstars

Sarah Forst, a developer at Roundarch, is featured in the RIA Rockstars blog.

I am delighted to present the first in a series of “Developer Profile” conversations with women developers. As a way to support, encourage, and promote women in our community, I am inviting pioneers in the field to share their experiences, observations, and advice.

To start, I chatted with my lovely and talented former coworker Sarah Forst, with whom I coded at Schematic in NYC. Sarah blogs about “making things pretty” at styleanderror.net, and tweets as @quoo.

What’s your name? Where are you, geographically, and where do you work?

Sarah Forst, although I got married in 2009 and changed my name from Sarah Plowright, which I think really confused a lot of people. I live in Brooklyn, NY, and work in Manhattan at Roundarch.

What work do you do currently? What types of problems do you solve, and what skills/technologies do you use on a daily basis?

I work as a UI Developer. I work primarily in HTML & Flex (and javascript / css, all that good stuff). I think my skill set really lies in implementing pixel perfect designs and always pushing the boundaries of what you can do visually with a technology.

Read the entire post here.

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