Hello! I’m Rod. Web Developer based in Vancouver, BC.
- I specialize in React.JS Web Apps & WordPress/WooCommerce websites.
- Currently developing a project with Django/Python.
- And working at Langara College as an Instructor Assinstant.
I am here to support you in the journey of building your website! Get in touch and let’s make it happen.
Are you a business owner who needs a killer team to bring your website vision to life?
Your website needs to look and act as if you know what you’re doing (which of course, you do).
In order for that to happen, you need:
- a website developer that understands the intricacies of your business,
- a creative problem solver that’s excited about building the website you’ve always wanted,
- a WordPress expert who can build a custom website that does everything your business needs, looks great on every device, and is really easy to manage.
Are you a student of the Computer Sciences or Web Development who is looking for someone to help you understand these new technologies?
I’m great at breaking down complex subjects and technologies into simple examples that will clearly demonstrate each concept.
I have professional experience with a few languages and technologies that I feel very comfortable to explain them to you. And I will be able to help you to reach your best potential.
I hired Rod as a part-time developer, and he has really stepped up to the plate! We gave him some advanced WooCommerce updates and maintenenace work. He jumped right in, and completed all the work efficiently, accurately, and quickly. He has a positive attitude and is eager to help. I’m looking forward to continuing work with Rod, and hope to give him more challenging projects in the future.Avrom Digance
CEO and Project Manager | Web242 Media Inc.
FrontEnd Book Club
I support and participate of the FrontEnd Book Club which is a Book Club where we try to find interesting technical books to read and enhance our knowledge. We have a variable group of developers that come and go depending on the topic of the book.
Everyone is welcome to come and participate. We have a SLACK channel where we chat about the book, the agenda of the club and technical discussions in general.
Here is a link to a page that is maintained by one of our friends from the club and that shares some of the books that we have read in the past: