I’m a builder. I love to build stuff and let people use it, except for my Lego. You can’t touch my Lego!
I started coding when I was 18 because I wanted to create my own RPG online via chat. I spent the entire night hacking my way through PHP and I ended up completing that little game in 14 hours. That dedication and level of insanity is still present today.
I love coding. I love reading and writing code, coding something I don’t know, solving problems that seem impossible, and creating something new every day!
I’m a Full Stack Developer, extremely comfortable in both front-end and back-end. I’m an expert in WordPress and Laravel, which I use daily to create beautiful applications and enhance the front-facing side with Vue JS, and PostCSS.
Progressive Web Apps
The web is mobile and having a site that can only be used via desktop is one of the most common mistakes done today.
I’m all in for optimization and performance enhancements. It doesn’t matter how complex your application is, it should always look beautiful and remain accessible on any device.
A mobile-first approach is not only a good design practice, but also a great development practice to avoid bloated and unmaintainable websites.
Native Linux Apps
Since I love coding so much, I decided to step out of my “web development comfort zone” and learn a low-level programming language, Vala.
Other than developing and publishing some widely used Linux Applications like Sequeler, Akira, and Taxi, learning a C-like language helped me to improve my technical knowledge and look at the code from a totally new prospective.
I’ve been building websites for more than 13 years now and I still enjoy it. No matter the scale of the project, the complexity, or the purpose, if it’s on the web, I can build it.
If you need to build or fix a WordPress theme or plugin, a forum created with a custom MVC framework, an e-commerce built in Laravel, or a static website built in Vue JS or Angular JS, you can be sure I can take care of it.
Everything that I’m allowed to show you is on GitHub.