About Me

Hi, I'm Trent Raymond

I'm a Canadian developing the Web from the United States. I've been involved in programming since 2000, shortly after receiving a Windows ME PC. At that moment, I started solving problems (WinME?). Aside from programming, I enjoy remaining active, trekking the mountains, or tasting coffee in an urban nook. I'll never pass up snowboarding and I hope to skydive soon.


  • C#
  • Java
  • HTML5
  • ES / JavaScript w/ Babel, jQuery
  • AJAX
  • CSS3
  • PHP
  • MySQL / MS-SQL / Oracle
  • NHibernate
  • RegEx


Truck and Trailer Sales (2015–2016)

IT/Development - involved in researching, organising, prioritising, and implementing the technological improvements that provide a competitive market advantage.

Kpop United (2014–2015)

Front End Web Consultant - assisted in deploying a new, responsive design for front-end site implemented with SASS, provided additional guidance in database design, and enforcing data protection through Eloquent ORM.

Weis Markets, Inc. (2010–2014)

Senior Web Developer - sole developer of company intranet, CIL data utility (ORM), public customer loyalty program site, event registration site, charity golf site, media production, and event crew.

MoJo Active, Inc. (2008–2010)

Web Developer - design, create, and maintain large commercial websites. Deploy rich, robust web applications that mix new technologies with industry standards. (HTML, CSS2, JS/AJAX, C#/VB, ASP.NET, PHP)

Applications / Environments / Processes

  • Revision Control System (git, GitHub, BitBucket, TFS)
  • npm, gulp
  • VS / VS Code
  • .NET & Mono
  • Unit Testing w/ xUnit, Jest
  • IIS 8.5
  • Apache2
  • Amazon Web Services (AWS)
  • Photoshop
  • Illustrator
  • After Effects
  • Premiere Pro
  • TextEdit


Nyack College (2019)

Intercultural Studies & Computer Science

Pennsylvania College of Technology (2008)

Web & Applications Technology Emphasis
Attended on scholarship.

SUN Area Technical Institute (2006)

Information Technology
Held highest GPA in section.

Midd-West High School (2006)

The days when climbing water towers was a sport.