Barnaby Perrin Aldous

I'm a self-taught coder and web-developer

I can help you to:

My goal is to acheive a sustainable mobile existence by helping other people acheive their goals.

Client-side languages

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HTML5

Underlying fabric of the web, used to make static content. Changes over recent years have enabled more dynamic content.

  • One pagers
  • Information bodies
  • Product descriptions
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CSS3

Cascading style sheets are essential to making web pages look good.

  • Layouts
  • Grids
  • Design
  • Animation
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Javascript

A scripting language to help create dynamic pages.

Server-side languages

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MySQL

I can create, build and manage databases, which are vital if you're looking to build and work with a body of live information (ie: customer data) through the web.

  • Signups and logins
  • Messaging
  • Data storage and organisation
  • Customer orders, samples and issue history
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PHP

PHP is an open-source server-side scripting language which has been widely adopted for the creation of dynamic web pages. In order to make the magic happen, ie: create dynamic web pages and handle form data, you need a server-side scripting language. I use PHP, which is the most prevalent and versatile server-side scripting language.

  • Form handling
  • Shopping carts
  • Payment gateways
  • Dynamic content
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Python

Python is an interpreted, high-level, general-purpose programming language.

Frameworks

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Bootstrap

Twitter released Bootstrap, giving developers a styling framework to help bring about projects more quickly.

  • Beautiful buttons
  • Grid layouts
  • Responsive design
  • Elements
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Laravel

Some tutorial experience with this framework.

  • The world's finanical system, including the London and New York stock exchanges run on Linux.
  • Your smartphone uses Linux.
  • Linux powers the Internet.
  • Open source.

Operating systems

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Linux

I have been a Linux user since 2013, but I'm not a douche about it.

  • The world's finanical system, including the London and New York stock exchanges run on Linux.
  • Your smartphone uses Linux.
  • Linux powers the Internet.
  • The International Space Station.