I worked for a research facility for about a year and a half before moving into teaching full-time. I taught full-time for about 7 years, before going back into “industry”. I am a web software developer for a local company in Lake Mary.
I am also an adjunct Professor that teaches mainly Web Design classes. I have created this website for my students so they can have easier access to class materials.
When not working full-time, or teaching, I also freelance as a web developer for small businesses. I mainly work in the areas of:
- website optimization (graphics, client side scripts, and CSS)
- Search Engine Optimization
In addition to the web development aspects, I have worked with Access Databases, Visual Basic, and other languages as well as Web Accessibility, Web Analytics, and a few other areas.
I also maintain a small (web) business tech blog to help people who are new to putting their business on the Internet or looking to change how their business operates on the Internet. It also has help for some web developers who want to do new things.
Additionally, I have links for tips and tutorials that I find helpful for those learning web design, but may not be in my classes, as well as for topics which fall outside of the scope of the classes I teach, but are still useful.