Welcome to my Website! I thank you for taking the time to navigate here! I really enjoyed getting the chance to put this website together and while I understand it may not be the prettiest website on the internet. It is my website. I have avoided borrowing inspiration/code from other sites whenever possible and have instead focused on coming with ideas of what types of information I wanted to display and how I wanted to display it. I then set out editing the skeleton I created shortly with the CSS editing tools that Chrome has and reading documentation/other useful googling. I really enjoyed taking the time to put this together; it was a fun project that allowed me to gain a much greater understanding of the bare bones of HTML and CSS for my own personal use. As opposed to downloading someone else's framework or template and then adding my information to that.
- This website is a handwritten website. I sat down one afternoon(initial write up at least) and created this from scratch, no templates or anything. More technical Details on the demo page.
- This website was written in VIM!
- I am renting the server that this website is running from Linode (currently working with ssh) and installed the technologies needed. I am currently running both Nginx and Apache. I also had to set up the Reverse DNS to point here, though Namecheap and Linode made that process rather simple.
- My main experience when it comes to website development is working for Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) in the Cybersecurity, Information Protection, and Hardware Evaluation Research Laboratory (CIPHER) as part of the Secure Information Systems (SIS). While working there I was able to develop a strong foundation in Angular 1.X working primarily with Angular 1.5 recently(Lifecycle Hooks are beautiful). My experience with GTRI also included very pratical skills primarily including using git to manage workflow and Peer Reviews. Taking the time to look over others code is extremely valuable and helps to eleminate unneccessary bugs. One other extreme useful skill I gained was writing unit tests for production code, so as to gurantee bugs would not be reinserted after they had been fixed.
Recruiters: Thank you for taking the time to look at my website! I hope what you have seen here has demonstrated to you that I am capable of working in website development and building the very basics of a website. This will be my continuous side project from now on.