As a front-end developer, I have experience since 2011, thats when I started to build my own website, fully developed with a text editor(sublime-text 2) in HTML5, CSS3, JQuery, and some PHP. With responsive design and according to the W3C standards.
I am always eager and enthusiastic to learn something new. I always want to learn more whether it is AngularJS, Jquery, MVC framework or even object oriented programming, which I find highly challenging. To make myself more familiar with the back-end part of a website, I started to develop my own CMS - this, you can see on my GitHub page -. It is fun, and I enjoy every moment of it.
Unfortunately I do not always have the time for that. I therefore hope for a challenging job which I can start in the front-end and can still assist in the back-end, learn new things and - as is the fuel of every man striving to greatness - to be challenged.
Some quotes - cause what use is a site you wrote yourself, if you can't personalize it. - that are in my case very true.
You can teach a student a lesson for a day; but if you can teach him to learn by creating curiosity, he will continue the learning process as long as he lives. - Clay P. Bedford
Most of my projects that are on GitHub: Click the kitty cat or any of the links below.
A free and customizable Content Management System
EuroEditor, Your free, easy to use, and customizable web based editor.
Demo page at: github.io/EuroEditor/
jquery.toc.js, an automatic table of contents script
Demo page available at: /demos/jquery.toc.js/
The webs framework
- NewOS Server issues
Soon to be uploaded
A free tutorials, as in free speech, not free beer. Website