Hello World

05/22/2015 Sean Cole Comments 0

Hello, my name is Sean.

I am a Web UI Developer, which is just a fancy way of saying that I dabble in both Front-End and Back-End Development and that I create user experiences. I specialize in Back-End PHP work, but I am just as fond of getting my hands dirty with some JavaScript on the Front-End. I am almost entirely self taught, but I like to think that I have done a fairly decent job of it. I have almost eight years of experience in PHP, six of which has been focused on OOP and MVC frameworks, and a little over ten years of experience in HTML, CSS, and JS.

I had done an introduction for this blog previously, but it was a little silly and slightly off topic, so I removed it and replaced it with this. I mostly envisioned this space as a place for me to demonstrate my abilities, log my developmental journey and ramblings, and explore new ideas. As such, I welcome you to comment on any of my blog posts with any input or questions, however, this is primarily a thought outlet and note repository.

And, now that the formalities are out of the way: Welcome to my blog!

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