React and Rails Programmer

William Frazier

William Frazier is a proficient React and Rails Programmer at EmployeeReferrals.com, where he applies his extensive knowledge and skills to develop and enhance the platform’s functionality. With a solid educational background in Manufacturing Engineering from Brigham Young University, where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree between 2000 and 2010, William has a unique blend of engineering principles and software development expertise.

At EmployeeReferrals.com, William specializes in using React for front-end development and Rails for server-side applications, contributing to the creation of a seamless, efficient, and user-friendly experience on the platform. His role involves translating complex technical requirements into practical, scalable solutions that support the company’s objectives of optimizing employee referral processes.

William’s journey into software development, particularly with React and Rails, is underpinned by his rigorous academic training in manufacturing engineering. This background has equipped him with a strong analytical mindset and problem-solving skills, which are crucial in the fast-paced and ever-evolving tech landscape. His ability to bridge the gap between engineering concepts and software development allows him to approach projects with a unique perspective, focusing on efficiency, sustainability, and innovation.

Since joining EmployeeReferrals.com, William has been instrumental in driving the development of new features and improving existing functionalities. His work ensures that the platform remains at the forefront of the employee referral space, offering cutting-edge solutions to clients worldwide. William’s dedication to excellence and continuous improvement is reflected in his commitment to staying abreast of the latest technological advancements and industry best practices.

Beyond his technical contributions, William is valued for his collaborative spirit and leadership abilities. He actively participates in cross-functional teams, sharing his knowledge and insights to foster a culture of learning and innovation within the organization. William’s journey from a manufacturing engineering student at Brigham Young University to a key player in the tech industry exemplifies his adaptability, technical prowess, and unwavering commitment to making a positive impact through technology.

“To be a CEO is a calling. You should not do it because it is a job. It is a calling, and you have got to be involved in it with your head and heart.”