I'm a Full-Time Programmer during the day and a self-taught Web Developer with a passion for problem solving. I started off as a musician in my hometown of New Orleans who needed a website to market myself. I locked myself in a room for a month to develop my own website and haven't stopped devloping things since.
As a Developer with Alight Solutions, developing algorithms for complex business logic and using technologies such as Java and SQL to implement them.
Working here, I resolved technical issues for the department via phone support and in-person. I developed training material and procedures for proper software usage. I also worked with active directory, deployment servers, and developed a scripts to back up Mac computers to remote servers on campus.
As the Lead Web Developer for this organization, I was responsible for the front-end of the organization website and how users interacted with the UI. I also participated in some of the back-end development.
This business that I started up is a work in progress. As of now, it is a product-based business and will provide scripts and small application tools.
This little project of mine started off as a place for me and a few gaming friend to hangout. Now, it has evolved into a thriving 2000+ member gaming community. The community focus is on diversity, tolerance, and acceptance. (everybody is welcome)
One of the best places for up and coming music producers to learn the craft from an expert in the music industry. I built this website is using Wordpress as the CMS and a nice little parallax effect for the main header.
This was one of the first websites I created. The theme is created completely from scratch and it has seen several re-designs. It uses Wordpress for back-end management. The header images on every page changes depending on whether it's day or night.
While in college I decided to take on the role as Web Master for my business fratenity. I built the webpage using HTML5 and CSS3.
As the Lead Web developer of the organization, I redesigned the front end website for the organization. Eventually, I convinced them to switch from Joomla CMS to Wordpress.