My web coding goes back to about 2004, when I started learning HTML. Soon, I also started playing with CSS a bit, but for a long time I could only build websites that did the work they needed, but they looked very unprofessional (let's say it: crap). Later, through my job, I ended up coding the presentation layer for a Java application - so I learned to generate HTML code programmatically through JSP. At that time my sites looked better, but I still needed lots of help from colleauges to make them professional, and coding was very time consuming. Then around 2010, I met a CMS while I was WWOOF-ing in a remote Hungarian village. I feel in love, I use it since, and now I can create good looking, well working, safe, professional, dinamic, multilingual websites with SEO (Search Engine Optimization).
Currently I am working on the implementation of a web store and I am gaining experiences in that area, too.
Feel free to contact me if you need a professional Joomla website within reasonable time and budget.
To get a better understanding of what I can do with computers, read more about my computer science backround.
I choose to use Joomla for all of my web development for the forllowing reasons:
- It is Open Source
- It will stay around - 2.7% of websites use it
- It has a community around it - most questions are already answered somewhere
- Has incredible amount of extensions - many of them for free
- Has good dinamic templates - there is less need to worry about designing for mobile devices
- It is fairly safe
- Using it enables me to develop websites quite quickly - according to the customers changing needs
- I like it
In the past few years, some people have asked me to build them websites. Here are some of my work:
Pontfoto.hu - home page for a photographer.
Permaforum.hu - online community around the ethics and principles of permaculture.
Szentesiwaldorf.hu - an associacion for creating an alternative daycare and school for children.
StackingFunctions.net - of course I do my own site, too.