Welcome to my corner...
Here you can find my resume and contact information. But I want this site to add more value other than just a resume. I am currently working on adding tutorials, concepts, applications, and scripts that will make life easier for those of us in the network and web application field.
The internet is full of tutorials, so why include my own? The tutorials here will solve and discuss problems that I have came across. No basic PHP ‘hello world’ script here; there are plenty of those on the internet. For these problems I most likely scoured the internet and found 5 or more different ways to solve it. I will go into all of options to hopefully save you from some searches. I will explain which solution that was chosen and why. These tutorials may not have mass appeal but for the few that they do help, it will be a huge help.
As for concepts, I will be discussing the different technologies I have came across in my travels. Truly have a look at what these niche solutions do along with if they are needed. I am all about keeping things simple, easy to understand, and maintain. I always say when selecting or designing something “can I troubleshoot this at 2am with no sleep for the last 20 hours?”
Everyone loves something that can make their day-to-day lives easier. That is my goal with the applications. Develop elegant solutions for items in my experience that need some elegance. These may be very niche applications, but they help in a big way for those they benefit.
Those are my future goals for this page and hope I can fulfill them in due time. This site might not look like much from the outside, but it is using a lot of the technology I have learned in the last few months. Keep an eye out for information about those technologies.
Web Development Applications for PHP
As I absorb new concepts, discover new tools, and grow with technology, my development process as evolved. Each of the tools I use has a specific purpose and I have chosen those tools for that purpose. My current tool stack consists of Sketch, Coda 2, PHPStorm, and MySQL Workbench. Read why I chose those tools and how I use them.
Updated: October 12th 2020