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I am an enthusiastic front-end web developer, with a love for creative problem solving. I continually strive to increase my knowledge and experience in all things web. Outside of work I am also involved in several code projects such as developing a music event web app which utilizes Google Maps API and creating my first HTML5 retro arcade game.
Web developer and a little bit of designer with extensive list of skills and can do attitude. I am also a member of Mensa with 150 IQ (Cattell scale), which puts me in the top 2% of the population more
A Business with Digital Media graduate who is currently working for a careers guidance startup called 10 Minutes With. Prior to this i worked for a software company focused on global statistical data standards. I am now seeking a new exciting permanent front end developer role which will enable me to utilise my skills, progress them further and challenge me. I have an keen interest in the latest developments within the front end web technologies, strive to expand my skills and experiment with different tools.
HTML, or Hypertext Markup Language, is the programming language of the web. Although it’s relatively easy to learn, with the basics being accessible to most people after just a couple of hours of practice, it’s constantly undergoing revision and evolution which keeps developers on their toes. Every web page you’ll find online is actually an HTML file, which is just a plain-text file with a .html extension rather than .txt. This file is read by web browsers to determine the content, structure and appearance of a webpage.
A World Wide Web without the CSS programming language is a world without style. CSS, short for Cascading Style Sheets, allows developers to add their own custom styles to web pages. Without it, a page written in HTML would be rendered by most browsers as a page of plain black text, which would not be visually appealing to the user. CSS allows developers to determine the colour, size, columns and layout of the page and add background textures and images. While HTML is the key to an accessible web page, CSS is the code that makes it beautiful.