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As one of the top Angular 2-4-5 developers in the country, having lived and breathed it since 2014 when I started following its development with Angular 2 alphas, betas to RCs and then 2 years later in Sept 2016 2.0.0 was released. I then watched its progression to Angular 4 and now Angular 5 is almost upon us. I have studied Angular through lots of different training courses – Pluralsight, Udemy, Egghead, Angular University, ngBook but also follow the most up to date conferences and often the YouTube videos from which you get the most up to date knowledge on Angular. Eg. Angular Connect 2015|2016 and coming up will be 2017.
I’ve just finished a 5 month Angular 4/5 contract at Paxton Access (Brighton) with 1 extension - utilizing Material Design/flexBox|Angular animations| Feature modules with Lazy loading| Offline apps Observables/Promises | pipes along with std Components | Services | Directives | Modules and testing (unit|integration|end to end) utilizing Jasmine / Karma / Wallaby.js and Mocks It had to work on Web | Android and iOS mobile platforms too and interfaced with .NET Core| SignalR| Cloud.
Although not used on the project – I’m fully acquainted with ngrx – store|effects|devtools and with ngrx working with Firebase to perform CRUD operations on the FB db and using AngularFIre2 + Angular universal (Server Side Rendering)|Platform Server|Service Workers (PWAs) for offline apps | Now an Angular 2/4/5 expert mentor on CodeMentor – solving problems and running courses.
Currently running through training on Angular 5 from the Angular Connect London conference (Nov 07-08) I gave a lecture on Angular for a group of developers wrt Wired Sussex in January 2017 which was well received. I’ve mentored Angular to most of my companies trying to bring the rest of the teams up to date in all things Angular. more
Contract Frontend Developer hunting opportunities with exposure to cutting-edge client-side technologies in solving business problems. Wielding commercial experience with Angular and React toolchains, applied with clean coding practices. Keenly interested in Functional and Reactive programming, Serverless (FaaS) architectures, Crypto applications.
I am confident, hardworking and a great communicator. I have experience in working siloed and as part of a large team. I would love to work with a passionate company that wants to create the best websites and applications using the newest technologies.
I am very good at solving problems and am passionate about trying to improve my skills and decision making. I can read code and fix bugs in languages that are not my primary skillset. I can easily adapt to work with most major frameworks and the thousands of Npm libraries.
I am currently 17 years old ( 01.05.2001 ) and I have variety of skills in the IT and Creative sector.
I have 6 years of experience in working with Photoshop. I also have some experience in the back end of IT, but I prefer working as a Designer in Front End Projects such as logos, posters, flyers and etc. I can also draw really good digitally and on paper.
I am currently studying ICT Level 3 Extended Diploma in the College of North West London and I am trying to find my self a part-time job in the IT sector.
Currently a freelance WordPress and front-end web developer, with a good knowledge of PHP as well. I have a professional attitude and work hard to provide what the client wants, in time and on budget.
HTML, short for Hypertext Markup Language, is quite simply the language of the web. It is used to create websites that can be viewed by anyone else who is connected to the internet. HTML is made up of a series of short codes that are typed into a text file by a website developer. The text is then saved as an HTML file and can be viewed through a browser. That browser translates the text into a visible form, rendering a webpage (hopefully!) as the author had intended.
CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets, which describe how html text is to be displayed. That makes CSS the language of the presentation of web pages, with everything from colour, font and layout determined by the code. As well as changing the look of a web page, CSS can also be used to determine how web pages are displayed on different devices with small or large screens. Although it’s commonly used in tandem with HTML, CSS can also support any XML-based markup language.
PHP is a commonly used open source, general purpose scripting language that can be embedded into HTML for the creation of dynamic web pages for web, e-commerce and database applications. PHP is extremely powerful and is the core of the biggest blogging system on the internet (WordPress) yet it’s easy enough to learn and use to be a coding beginner’s first server-side language. It can also connect easily with databases such as Oracle, MySQL and more.