Greg Crane

Greg is a Magento Developer with both Front End and Developer Plus Certifications from Magento. He loves everything about web development, especially front end design. Greg graduated from Baldwin Wallace University in 2014 and has been with Briteskies ever since. Outside of work, Greg enjoys bodybuilding, Muay Thai Boxing, beach volleyball, and bartending.

Recent Posts

Setting jQuery Scroll Bar Movement

Posted by Greg Crane

April 13, 2016 | 10:30 AM

There are many ways to navigate the user around the web page to designated areas using some very basic HTML, CSS, and jQuery. The first movement I will address is vertical.

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Topics: Technology, jQuery

How We Survived the Magento 2 Certification Process

Posted by Greg Crane

October 14, 2015 | 1:32 PM

The Briteskies Magento Development Team recently completed the Magento 2 Trained Partner Program. Magento 2, released in Beta in December 2014, has improved framework, high code quality, and is more modular than the original Magento software. Additionally, it runs on a newer PHP, making it much faster.

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Topics: Magento

From Diploma to Paycheck: How to Get a Tech Job After Graduation

Posted by Greg Crane

August 28, 2015 | 10:21 AM

College kids across the country are heading back to school, and for the newly graduated it can be a time of reflection and recognition. But for the unemployed post-grad, back-to-school season is just another reminder that everyone is moving on except you. Greg Crane, a member of the Briteskies Magento team, has you covered, though, because he too was once an unemployed, fully qualified Computer Science graduate.  

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Topics: eCommerce, Technology, Internships

Greg Crane's Magento Team Internship

Posted by Greg Crane

November 10, 2014 | 10:13 AM

It’s funny how everything works out. I thought I had everything figured out when I graduated from Baldwin Wallace University in May of this year. I thought finding a job would be incredibly easy, but it ended up being a challenge to find an entry level opportunity or a company that was willing to take on a fresh college graduate. I had some talks with a few companies but they did not pan out. The companies only ended up offering IT help desk or similar job opportunities; unfortunately nothing in the area that I wanted. I was starting to get discouraged. It was hard being a college grad and having to go bartend at a restaurant every night. I guess when you’re in school you tend to focus so much on graduation you don’t always put a ton of thought into how hard it can be to find a job, specifically one in development in my case. As a stroke of luck, a friend of my girlfriend mentioned something about this business called Briteskies and how awesome of a company it was. She mentioned this to me and I checked out the Briteskies website. I really liked what I saw, so I applied, and the rest is history.

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Topics: Culture, Internships

Employee Spotlight: Greg Crane, Magento Developer Intern

Posted by Greg Crane

September 2, 2014 | 10:19 AM

Get to know our team with our monthly Employee Spotlight. This month's featured Briteskies team member is Greg Crane.

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Topics: Culture, Employee Spotlight

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