Thank you for visiting!

by Landon | Jun 04, 2017 | 1 comment

I’m very glad you’ve chosen to stop by. Since you’re here, I might as well describe what I hope to accomplish with this site, and my purpose in hosting it.

I am a web developer. I code. A lot. That normally would be enough to qualify me as a nerd. But since I’ve also got training in business, marketing and professional communication, I am an especially different kind of nerd… the kind that you might not immediately perceive as, well, nerdy.

So, what does that mean for this site? Well, it’s obviously pretty new. (And to be honest, at the time of this writing, I still haven’t finished developing this site … still so much more to be done… comments, anyone?) Right now it’s mostly a digital resume. I don’t know if I will want it to be that way forever, though.

As time goes on, I’m hopeful you’ll find some tidbits that can help you if you’re a digital DIY-er; as often as I learn something new, I intend to share it here. I also intend to share examples of my work; code snippets, finished WordPress themes for sale, as well as how to get ahold of me if you want help managing an application or need some special, custom work to be done. (I do a lot more than WordPress… I can code in 4 different languages, all of which directly apply to my Internet application work.)

I am also a human being with a family and opinions. And, since this is my personal site, you’ll probably see those topics pop up now and again in occasional posts.

Ultimately, I intend for this to not only to be a place where you can get ahold of me if you want work done, but also a resource where you can find tips and tricks if you want to try it yourself. I obviously love learning, so advice and contributions will always be welcome…

…welcome, that is, as soon as I finish the commenting part of this WordPress theme. (Coming soon…)

Thanks for reading! Y’all come back now, y’hear?

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