A picture of me sitting curbside in Rome.

Hey, I’m Josh Pohl.

I’m a full-stack software engineer living in San Antonio. I have a Bachelor’s of Science in Computer Science and have been coding professionally since 2016. I’m anxiously waiting for container queries.

Some of my code is helping power projects at Cameo, VICE, the MTA, USAA, and sites like Yap.

Find me elsewhere on Twitter, or reach out directly via email: josh@lightpohl.me.


Launched Cameo Live Beta

September 2021

A platform for stars to digitally host meet-and-greets, wrap parties, and other types of events. Powered by TypeScript, React, MongoDB, and Agora.

Joined Cameo as a Senior Full-Stack Engineer

June 2021

Launched Mercury CMS for the MTA

July 2020

Our team created a new custom CMS to manage and deploy service alerts to social media, other mobile apps, and to informational screens within NYC stations and trains. Built with PostGraphile, TypeScript, React, and ProseMirror.

Released podcast-dl

April 2020

Released an open-source CLI for downloading and archiving podcasts.

Launched Yap

December 2019

Developed the front-end for Yap with TypeScript, React, and Emotion. Client connects to a Phoenix channel, and the host of the room is able to share livestreams and videos.

VICE Redesign Launched

May 2019

Assisted VICE front-end engineering team with site redesign using TypeScript, Express, and React. Work included new templates, reusable components, and an overhaul of their API to GraphQL.

Joined Postlight as a Full-Stack Engineer

December 2018

Joined USAA as a Front-End Engineer

August 2016

Built a suite of reusable UI components in JavaScript and React to encompass their new design language. These components are used in many applications across USAA.