My favorite website frontend, for API driven apps. My favorite 'sub' part of pub sub. The list wont end... :P
I've been working with PHP since I was in 9th grade. Very confident about it.
I learnt Java™ while learning Android. I dont know anything about Swing or AWT.
Java™ & the Java™ logo are trademark of Oracle.
Well, what else can you build a website with? And yes, IE does piss me off.
#fashion #and #style #for #websites #haha #lol
Been writing JS since... I don't know when, but its just all over my mind. :P
I am very well acquainted with this OS.
I'm very well acquainted with this small and beautiful format.
I use C and C++ for competitive programming, and for implementing / trying out algorithms.
This used to be my favorite datastore.
Learnt while learning Android.
Embracing the future with this one. NoSQL rocks!
Experienced with Laravel, also contributed to its development.
Udacity Android Nanodegree Scholar (currently pursuing).
Brings structure to your frontend.
Gives me freedom from worrying about browser quirks, and gives space to my creativity.
Material design on the web, inspired by Bootstrap.
Not my favorite, but it suffices my needs for NodeJS apps.
Best way to handle DOM manipulation, and that's why I use it.
I seldom develop on WordPress, but I have enough experience to maintain a WordPress site.
Do I need to say anything?
I use if for deploying my Node apps in production.
Because there's no way to use NodeJS w/o this.
<3 Love this one. Best way to maintain application dependencies in PHP.
Because I like to Unit test.
My favorite templating language.
The only build system I've used yet.
I use Nginx as an alternative for Apache.
I love their service. <3
I've worked with EC2, ETS, CloudFront, S3. I'm exploring more, and the list is long.