Full Stack Developer

Miami, FL

As I swim deeper into the industry I realize that there is so much more to learn.
This is only the beginning.






Amazon AWS S3





JavaScript ES6

Angular 4



Recent Projects

miamiriverfitness.com | Company Website

HTML5, CSS3, Wordpress, MySQL, PHP7.2, MailChimp, reCaptcha, Google Maps JS API, W3 Cache, Woocomerce

Recently built a website for a Gym, Miami River Fitness that is opening up soon. With little to no direction I was able to create the site, and the content on the site in less than 6 days. Sites are generally not made that quickly but with most of the back-end work done by Wordpress I was quickly able to create a site that they enjoyed and were willing to publish with little to no modifications. The site originally had the ability for users to pay for their membership online via WooCommerce. One thing I enjoyed most was that I was able to set up a HTTPS certificate to keep the site's traffic secure.

CSS Grids Demo | Personal Project

HTML5, CSS3, GitHub Pages

This CSS Demo/Quick Start Guide was inspired by  talk by Morten Rand Hendriksen who spoke about the amazing properties of CSS Grid. Before this video I was under the impression that the only way you could achieve such layouts was with image slicing and several CSS hacks that prove to be troublesome. The best thing about the technology is that it is not a library, and it is supported by most browsers. All of the tools we need are part of the CSS2+ standards.

The Last Action Hero | JavaScript Game

JavaScript, jQuery, Canvas, Gimp, GitHub Pages, P5.js, HTML5, CSS3, Sprites, P5 Sound, Atom, Chrome Dev Tools, opengameart.org

The Last Action hero is my first ever JavaScript game, it was built from the ground up using some sprites and graphics from opengamerart.org and Metal Slug a classic Neo Geo arcade game. The whole objective of the project was to create something reminiscent of the 80s and 90s action movies with one man versus an arsenal of enemies. When playing this side scroller you get a taste of the thrill of being that hero.

mccserv.net | Corporate Website
HTML5, CSS3, Wordpress, MySQL, PHP5.8, Filezilla, Cloudfront, WPFC Cache, Akismet, Photoshop, Paralax Scrolling
After several years of having our company's site sitting on a landing page I took it upon myself to make a website for the Plumbing and Mechanical Contracting portion of our business. The site was designed with simplicity in mind, and it gives users enough inform themselves about the business. The site utilizes a Wordpress CMS system so that other users can come and edit the site and add relevant projects as needed.

HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, MongoDB, Express, EJS, Heroku, Boostrap, jQuery, Nodejs, Amazon S3, bCrypt, Passport User Authentication
Built this site in attempt to make job logging and project management more efficient. It's sole purpose is to replace Excel as a collaboration tool. This simple logging tool lets you search for jobs efficiently, and lets you sort by client, or by job type. While the tools design is fairly plain it is meant to be used internally in a local network server. Future updates will include chart.js and other visual elements for users to have more data at their fingertips.
HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, MongoDB, Express, Angular 4, Heroku, Boostrap, jQuery, Nodejs, Amazon S3, upcitemdb API
The idea is that the site is for companies, manufacturers, and consumers could have a platform where they can view positive and negative criticism of products manufactured. This will hopefully create a database of information useful to both the consumer and the manufacturer so that we can create better products in the future..  This site can give everyone the opportunity to express their experiences with the smallest components that make a product.

Feel free to contact me.