A bit about me
Whether I’m developing websites, solving physics problem sets, gazing through my microscope, or running through the woods, I like to jump right in to new experiences and constantly work at bettering myself. I am an IT consultant, software developer, and web developer at Planet Access. I also work on many technical freelancing projects on the side. As a Dallas-Fort Worth freelance web developer, I am always looking for new projects. I attend the University of Texas at Arlington with a major in Biomedical Engineering. In addition to my work and schooling, I try to find the time to tutor peers, keep a blog, and run distance races. Thanks for visiting!
Featured blog posts
From its beginnings in New Mexico, to the beautiful Canadian Rockies, we spent fifteen days traveling, camping, and exploring across the Rocky mountains. I will cover all of the days spent, the locations we stopped at, the trails we trekked, and the other details of this great trip.
This post is useful for busy students, busy adults, or anyone who wishes to train for the marathon in a very time-efficient manner.
This post will go through each step in the freelancing process, so you will be able to make thousands of dollars from skills you have gained over the years.