From some point of my life, while working as a front-end UI developer, I realized that there are no the “complicated” tasks. All the tasks do require a time, and some of them more than others. Since there, it doesn't actually important what technology or a framework you know. The major important thing is the desire to solve the task; and, of course, having just enough time to do that.
If you're interested about me, take a look below:
I'm a front-end UI developer from Novosibirsk, Russia. If you don't know where is it — you might hear about Siberia. Novosibirsk is almost at the center there.
You might be interested in my skills. Ok, this is what you are looking for:
Typically my workspace includes Ubuntu + Intellij WebStorm + Grunt (Gulp) + Sass + Webpack + Angular + Karma + Mocha + Chai. But of course it all depends on the task.
I can read/understand English well, can write it not as well, and can speak it using very common and highly simple sentences.