Web Development by Zachary Judd

Hi! My name is Zachary Judd and I’m a web developer always looking to further develop myself both personally and professionally in the technology industry.  I’ve always been pretty interested in technology, but it wasn’t until a few years ago when that interest grew stronger and I finally began looking more in-depth on what it took to create things with technology – my main interest being web development.  I found every aspect of it amazing! And my quest to learn more still hasn’t stopped.  But in a world of such ever-evolving complexities, one wonders if the quest to learn more will ever end!  That’s a frightening, yet exciting idea to me!

I started off as a business student graduating from Bristol Community College.  While doing that, I began getting interested in building websites because of the growing market for it.  That’s how I began taking web development courses! Now I work as a freelance web developer. And though I have just started, I already find this to be quite an exciting career path.

My skills include a nice array of languages, mostly for web development purposes.  I know: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, JSON, JQuery, ASP.NET, VBHTML, PHP, SQL, and even more! I’ve also been familiarizing myself with content management systems (CMS) such as WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal.  In fact, this website itself has been created using WordPress! On top of that, I know some of the basics when it comes to search engine optimization (SEO) and UX, but wouldn’t consider myself an expert by any means.  Regardless, almost nothing ever holds me back from successfully learning new things, and I hope to learn more! If you wondering if I know another language or how to use another web development tool, just shoot me a message! And don’t be afraid to ask if you need any web development projects worked on!  Together, we can create something great!

Portfolio

Save The Wolves Website

Save the Wolves Website

Bootstrap Leonardo Da Vinci Tribute (freeCodeCamp project)

Final Project for BCC

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