- Teaches students:
- Ages 5+ and special needs
- Teaching since:
- April 2016
But to keep it short in case you don't have the time to read this novel you can find samples of my work and test projects at:
http://ryan.pixmedia.io (Bootstrap Projects)
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ionicframework.myapp100339090 (App I deployed on the Play Store for Android)
http://livecoding.tv/emag50 (A developer stream site where I give live tutorials and work on real life projects)
My goal is to gauge my students skill level, from absolute beginner to intermediate, assess, then provide feedback and suggestions on the most effecient way you can develop your skills. I might be holding hands step by step at the beginning but I will do my best to ensure that you retain that knowledge naturally.
The reason why I signed up for this site is that I feel like I can convey what it is I'm trying to teach very efficiently. And I just simply love to talk tech and if I can have a student learn something they can take for the rest of their life then it's 10/10 worth it!
So if you're more interested in the functional side of front end development, I can definitely help witht that. And if you have more interest in the front face of a webpage and designing it, I can also assist with that teaching CSS and HTML5. Web development is a very flexible aspect of application technology when it comes to design, meaning you can make a webpage do or look exactly as you want given the right tools and knowledge.
As a web developer you want to establish your own unique style of building, especially if you're more intersted in the HTML5 and CSS design aspect of web design since that is what most users first notice when viewing a website. I like my websites to be something I made. It's much more rewarding and you gain more attention from the development community that way, which is also a plus :)
Anyways if you've made it this far reading my novel then you have the patience of a Saint! And yet there's still so much more I haven't mentioned since I'm running out of space here. I absolutely did not make this short like I planned. Too tough :P
Solo projects with front end frameworks with Angular 2, designing and developing for smaller mom and pop shops.
Collaboration projects with other developers, creating mobile and web applications using WooCommerce and Zen-Cart as the database backbone.
And just a ton of projects that have way too many details to fit it all in one text box. Even though I freelance and do tutorials, they all have purpose as well. I am doing as much as I can with what I know to start my own technical consulting firm with development operations.