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Frank Taylor
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Attended Southern Illinois University Carbondale
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I've been learning Angular.js and node.js recently. Has anyone used Angular, node, or even MongoDB with Tridion? Are there any examples of how to integrate any of these with Tridion?
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I think I've managed to convince a client to let us use Angular and Mongo in a potential third phase of a project. Details to come, but we may actually use Angular in a Tridion extension to create a "form builder"....
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Technical Consultant
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  • Tahzoo
    Technical Consultants, 2011 - present
  • Children's Medical Hospital
    2010 - 2011
  • Mannatech, Inc
    2005 - 2010
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I love Jesus, my wife, clean code, usable websites, and the guitar
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My name is Frank, but you can call me Paceaux, so long as you pronounce it Paco. 
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I'm literate in three languages, illiterate in another three, and obnoxious in the rest. I've built a blog in 5 minutes and crashed a website in 15.
Education
  • Southern Illinois University Carbondale
    French, 1999 - 2004
  • Southern Illinois University Carbondale
    Spanish, 198 - 2004
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I'm still fairly new to archery, but these guys are great in helping me learn the ropes. I go in every few months to either get some new arrows or have some refletched. Usually it takes a day or two to get the arrows re-fletched; they will spiral the fletching a little bit to get some more stability (I'm shooting a recurve, so it helps). They've helped me improve my technique a lot - and that's without spending any time on the range. I'll tell them what issues I'm having with shooting and they'll tell me what I'm doing wrong (and they're always right).
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
You won't see, "Freedom First"; look for the big sign that just reads, "Guns" I had a problem with my AK and a friend had recommended these guys as a first choice, and Tom and Joe's as a second. I walked in, someone was immediately able to start talking to me, I explained the issue and he explained that ... ¿Stacy? - the person who usually works on AKs, wasn't there, but he still gave it a shot. Ultimately, he wasn't able to resolve my issue (again, stating that the person who would know was on vacation) - but he tried; the guy could have just told me tough-luck and sent me on my way. He made some solid recommendations and was definitely helpful.
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Quality: Very goodAppeal: Very goodService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
These guys know guitars. They have a technician on staff to work on guitars - he does a great job and he's not expensive. My guitar has never been in the shop more than 5 days. My guitar has a Floyd Rose - it's no easy task to change the strings - usually I pay $40 for someone to change 'em. Everyone in there can work with Floyd Rose, I don't need to have a tech change 'em, I bring it in, they switch my strings, and all I pay for is the strings. Their prices are a little bit higher that Guitar Center - but it's worth it because you get a lot more out of these guys. They will always help on any price. I walked in and wanted to buy a specific tuner. The one they were selling was $60, and I only had $50. They knocked down the price enough to make the sale. They're all great to work with, forget Guitar Center where they don't care who you are or if you come back. These guys want your business and work hard for it.
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Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
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They know their stuff, and they're really helpful. I had a small issue where I had ~not~ done such an awesome job trying to add some rails on my AK. I don't know if it was Tom or Joe (whoever has the long hair), but he looked at it and immediately got to work. He had my whole rifle field-stripped extremely fast, had diagnosed the problem, and was explaining every single thing he did along the way. He showed me where I went wrong and explained as he fixed it, too. In all, 30 minutes of work on my gun and he charged about minimum wage for it. I didn't feel like that was enough, and they sold me some .38 at ridiculously good rates (for the current political climate). The shop is tiny, but they had a decent collection of guns (mostly rifles), were nice, helpful, and extremely knowledgeable. I'd definitely go back.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago