Unveiling My Fullstack Web Development Portfolio

I’m thrilled to introduce my personal website, a dynamic platform that serves as both a showcase of my expertise as a Fullstack Web Developer and an innovative, interactive curriculum vitae.

The site is built with Deno and TypeScript, using the Oak framework, a middleware-centric framework that offers a similar experience to Node’s Express.js. With the utility-first CSS framework, Tailwind CSS, the design of my site stands as a testament to efficiency, flexibility, and accessibility.

This interactive space is a reflection of my abilities and experiences, uniquely presented to resonate with fellow web development enthusiasts. I invite you to explore insightful articles brimming with best practices and handy tips. These articles are a testament to my commitment to continuous learning and sharing knowledge.

The website will continue to evolve, mirroring the dynamic nature of the tech landscape with constant improvements and updates reflecting the latest trends and technologies in web development.

Feel free to explore and engage with the content.

In an effort to stay current with the evolving tech landscape and leverage the benefits of new technologies, I’ve chosen a personalized tech stack that includes Deno, Oak, EJS, Tailwind CSS, and HTMX. I call it the HOTED tech stack. HOTED is not just an acronym. It’s a reflection of the ‘hot’ and cutting-edge nature of these tools, representing some of the latest and greatest advancements in web development.

  • HTMX is a library that allows access to AJAX, CSS Transitions, WebSockets and Server Sent Events directly in HTML, enabling me to keep my frontend simple and fast.
  • Oak is a middleware framework for Deno’s HTTP server, providing a simple and intuitive way to build web applications and APIs.
  • TailwindCSS is a utility-first CSS framework that allows for highly customizable designs.
  • EJS is a simple templating language that lets me generate HTML with plain JavaScript.
  • Deno, a secure TypeScript runtime, is co-created by Ryan Dahl, the creator of Node.js. It supports both JavaScript and TypeScript, provides a rich standard library, and aims to be browser-compatible, following APIs and conventions based on W3C standards.

This tech stack not only keeps me current with the evolving tech landscape but also provides a unique set of tools that enhance my development process and allow me to deliver high-quality web solutions.

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