Top Senior Blogging Developers - Dec 2017

Graphic designer, website developer, sales & marketing background.

Hi, I've been part of the Silicon Valley startup community since 2011 and am excited to share my skills with the CodeMentor community. Areas of expertise: - Graphic design (UX, UI, branding, promotions, decks etc) - Website development (CMS systems and integrations, blogging, content development, SEO) - Sales (B2B, SaaS, presenting) - Marketing (outbound & inbound) I'd like to help you with your project, let's get started!

I am a software and data engineer who is passionate in IOT and enjoys breaking complexities into chewable bites

I am a software and data engineer. I am passionate in IOT and enjoy breaking complexities into chewable bites. I am an outdoors guys: camps, hikes. I am a naturally curious person and coupled with my enthusiasm for technology led me on the IT path (study-wise) and eventually into software engineering. I love answering questions. Many have identified me as a highly resourceful person since my knowledge is vast. Working with Data, getting on the Data Science track stems out of my urge to answer questions with the premise of something other than intuition, data.

Software Architect, Full Stack Developer and Consultant

Welcome. Hi, I’ve done quite a bit over the years in the software industry. For the past 15+ years I’ve been working with mainly Microsoft .NET and have a keen interest in web development, code, machine learning, psychology, business and start-ups. Too Much Information I’ve been writing code since I was a kid. It started off when I’d get a magazine called Crash! fortnightly for the Spectrum. It had a tape with demos of full priced games (which I could never afford) so after I’d played those to death, I’d type out the code listings in the back of the magazines and play with those “games”. I’d hack away at them, changing how they behaved and thought it was cool how I could change things and control what they done. This led onto the Commodore 64 and a number of Amiga’s where I hacked around with Blitz Basic and various incarnations of AMOS. During the Amiga years I ran a BBS called The Forum! BBS from my bedroom. I had people from all over the world that would dial into that over a 36k modem. I was also a Fidonet node and involved in the Public Domain scene. I collaborated with other coders in Europe and tried my hand at writing the next “Zelda”. We never did finish it but I’m sure I still have the sprites somewhere. Naturally all of this led to me studying Diplomas and Degrees and university and embarking on a career in tech. I researched machine learning and sentiment analysis techniques during a Masters degree which resulted in the creation of a product called Social Opinion that mines data from social networks (beta). This work resulted in me being offered an invite to Twitter HQ in San Francisco! Feel free to reach out to me if you have any questions, would like a topic covered or are interested in working on something together!

I Help Web Designers Learn to Code and Turn Your Code Into a Career

I'm John Morris. I'm a freelance web designer of 10+ years from Des Moines, IA. I help web designers and developers master two things: 1) how to code and 2) how to market yourself so you can learn the technical skills you need and turn those skills into a full-time career.

Web Training Co-Ordinator and Front-End Developer

I am a print and web designer based in Cape Town, South Africa. I have a B.A in Creative Brand Communication which gave me great broad spectrum exposure to the creative industry in South Africa. I eventually found my passion in all things web: - UI / UX Design - Information Hierarchy - Content Management - Wordpress Theme Development - ePub Production - HTML, CSS and Javascript based static and responsive websites - Adobe Muse and Adobe Edge Animate and a whole lot more. Im super passionate about all of it. I work on many freelance contracts, participate in design contests, write tertiary education courseware and lecture part-time.

UX, Conversion Rate Optimization & Website Consultant for Ecommerce, Saas, Web Design & Landing Pages

"Alex has been one of our secret weapons for many years. Many of the great conversion results we got with clients were because of Alex executing on our advice. Of course, clients loved him, and you will too if you need better results from your website design." Bryan Eisenberg, CRO Guru & New York Times Best Selling Author. Alex Harris is an award winning web designer, best selling author and founder of Alex is the host of the top ranked podcast, Marketing Optimization. In 2014, he was named the "#4 Top Influential Conversion Rate Optimization Expert”, and his latest book, Boost Ecommerce Sales & Make More Money, became an Amazon #1 Best Seller. Over 14 years of experience in doing conversion rate optimization (CRO), ecommerce and landing page design for clients from different industries. In 2000, I started implementing A/B multivariate testing for landing pages, as well as online creative work for ecommerce and subscription-based websites. I also focus on proven search engine optimization (SEO) tactics and affiliate marketing in order to help clients achieve the best possible ROI within a reasonable timeframe. I am also the Creative Director at I focus on customer acquisition and in improving conversion rates. I also serve as the website’s landing page designer, ecommerce website designer, and marketing consultant. I also create subscription websites with a strong focus on CRO and lead generation. I focus on NetSuite and Hubspot inbound marketing as well. I specialize in landing page design, conversion rate optimization, web marketing, search engine optimization, affiliate marketing, direct response web design,Netsuite, Volusion, ecommerce design, CRM, small business, landing page design, SEM, conversion rate improvement, lead generation, A/B testing, multivariate testing, conversion marketing, WordPress, Woocommerce, Amazon, Bigcommerce, Shopify and Magento. Learn more at

My name is Robert i'm from sweden, i do work on daily basis with web development for the swedish market. Beside that i have another hoby on teaching and sharing my skills. i like to develop, be creative, be curious!

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