I was born and raised in the beautiful land of North Carolina where I still reside. Currently I am a Drupal Developer at Classic, one of the top 5% of graphics companies in North America.
So, whats this developer thing?
I have been working with web related technologies for nearly 5 years and not only is it my career path, it is my hobby. The process of becoming a capable web developer/designer has been intriguing one. But a journey that I have enjoyed all the way from perusing books on the basics of HTML all the way through poring over API documentation on api.Drupal.org. Aside from my current studies, I currently work as a freelance Front-End Web Developer. This means I largely serve as mediator between the complex backend of a web site, and the sites design/interface. Meaning that I control the end result of what a user actually sees visually when they visit a site. Among other things, I am competent in the following technologies:
- Git VCS
If you are interested in hiring me for any of your web tasks, feel free to head over to my contact page and send me a message. And if your still not convinced, you may see my work hands on via any of the projects I manage on Drupal.org.
Huh... Drupal what?
Drupal is an open-source Content Management System (CMS) that serves as a framework for building web based applications. It powers some of the webs most visited and high-profile sites including Whitehouse.gov, Examiner.com, mtv-uk, and many more. Drupal in short can be defined as follows:
Drupal is a free software package that allows anyone to easily publish, manage and organize a wide variety of content on a website. Hundreds of thousands of people and organizations are using Drupal to power an endless variety of sites. -Drupal.org
The power of Drupal lies in its flexibility, both in architecture and in scale. Drupal aims to place very few preconceived ideas about what you will do with the software. This is a real advantage because if you desire to build a Web Log, it has the tools available and flexibility to do it, Photo gallary, yep it can do it, eCommerce, for sure, and even social networks that have fine grain permissions and advanced user profiles. Drupal is a web site building machine. For more information on Drupal, feel free to head on over to Drupal.org (You know you want to).