I have had a passion for web development since 2012 after attending a course in basic web design for beginners at a place called ELATT in Hackney, London. The experience of taking part in the course, learning the process of developing a website inspired me to learn more about web development.
Since then I spend lots of my spare time learning coding languages, practising coding, building web applications helping others with their websites in my spare time while working full-time. I became more interested in programming around 2016 after taking computer science fundementals courses on Lynda.com
that year and have since then found it easier to understand how and why coding languages like Javascipt, PHP and Ruby work the way they do.
Keeping up with changes in web development and self teaching web development has been a challenge. I have been inspired enough to continue learning and mastering new coding techniques to solve coding problems I come across.
I have gained some experience working with others interested in web development at events and on projects. I took part in a project called Digital Futures 2017 in Waterloo, London where I worked with other student to enhance a dance performance with coreographed lights and music using Ruby and Python
I also attended WordCamp 2018 in London as a volunteer helping visitors find there way around the venue, putting out sinage. I also attended contributors day and even reviewed a wordpress theme for the theme review team
My aim is to continue improving my coding skills and workflow so that I am able to create efficeintly, well designed and maintaibable web applications. I want to be able to contribute to improving user experience on the web, particularly for those have difficulty accessing websites and web applications due to weak signals or unreliable networks .
I am actively seeking employment opporunities in web development industry.