I wrote my first line of code when I was 10. I remember that moment very clearly, I found out how to customize templates into anything I wanted, eventually learning to build webpages from scratch. Being able to craft something online was a complete mystery at first. The impossibility of it all had previously deterred me, until one day I just had to find out how it all came together.
After knowing the basics of these languages, I knew I had to branch out further. So I started learning from Team Treehouse, Free Code Camp, and several other online resources to increase my abilities. As my skills grew, so did my desire to learn more.
I spend most of my days writing code or learning how to write it better. What first was daunting is now just fun and relaxing. I am well on my way and looking for the right company to help me get there.
Before we get started, let me introduce myself.
I am based in the Bay Area, and if you are too, we should meet over coffee or tea!
What ideas do you have?
Let me know, and I'll do the design and front-end development work for you!
Product satisfaction guaranteed.
As a design and detail-oriented person, I will make sure you are satisfied by delivering only the best results.
13+ years of experience using HTML. Very comfortable coding with it.
13+ years of experience using CSS. Adept at using it to style pages.
1+ years using jQuery. Confident in my ability to use most jQuery plugins.
2+ years of previous bootstrap experience. It's what I use to make my websites responsive.
10+ years of image manipulation using Adobe Photoshop.
6+ months with PHP. I'm a beginner but keen to learn and integrate it into projects.
I just started using Github and I'm kicking myself for not starting earlier.
Ruby on Rails
I dabbled in Ruby in the past, but I would say I have about 1 year of actual experience in Ruby for occasional backend development.
I don't normally use Sass for my projects, but in a large business environment, I can use Sass to format my CSS and make it cleaner. I like clean.
Call me, email me, or send me some snail mail to the address below which isn't actually mine, but it belongs to a rented workspace in San Francisco. Whichever method you feel more comfortable with works for me. Looking forward to speak with you.
Address. 535 Mission St, San Francisco CA 94105.