Links Here and Abroad
[Incidentally, while I found the King Arthur listing by going directly to their page, in my job hunt the most useful job sites were Authentic Jobs (great filtration options) and, to a lesser degree, the Stack Overflow jobs page.]
Previously I was a partner with Aquilino Arts: One-Size-Fits-One Design, where I created custom WordPress themes and standalone single-page websites, taught clients how to maintain them, and curated the Aquilino Arts’ Pinterest page. I anticipate continuing to add to Pinterest from time to time.
On this blog, rweber.net, I share code snippets, advice, resources, and potential gotchas I learn or develop in my projects.
Rebecca + Tech
I’ve been programming since the mid-nineties, making websites casually since about the year 2000 and more seriously since about 2010. I enjoy the combination of technical challenges, problem solving, and continuous learning web development provides, the magic of seeing my dry code files converted to colorful, interactive websites, and even the random element. I have heard others lament the variability of load order and speed when rendering a website, but I don’t like to play chess – I like to play cards.