WHY BE A TOP DEVELOPER Why not? If you work with WordPress (or plan to start), why just settle for being average? There’s too much “average” in life already. Make the most money Demand for WordPress development is high and clients are willing to pay more for developers who are the best in their field. Get the best clients When you are at the top, you have the freedom to say “No” to the projects you don’t want, and “Yes” to the projects you do. Learn to code and become a Front-End Web Developer. Learn HTML 5, CSS 3, Javascript, Angular and more! Have the most influence Being at the top means you have influence (and responsibility) and the capability to shape the future of WordPress as well as the ecosystem that is built around it. There’s never been a better time to learn and master WordPress than right now. There are so many excellent resources available to those willing to put the time and effort into using them. Before you can start gaining experience, you need some education. Sure, you could just jump in and start breaking things. But I suggest you wait, and cultivate the self-discipline it takes to learn — there will be plenty of time to break things later. As you start your education, it’s important to begin with the social aspect of your experience. HANG OUT WITH THE RIGHT CROWD We become like those we associate with. If you want to be one of the top WordPress developers, start spending time with those at the top. Read their blogs, follow them on Twitter, give feedback on their thoughts and ideas, go to WordCamps to meet them and listen to their talks. Read the interviews on CodePoet. Follow their examples, ask them for advice, follow their advice, and report back. Here is a small list of WordPress developers to get you started: ONE HOUR OF READING A DAY If you’re going to make it to the top, then you need to spend at least one hour each workday focused on reading and learning more about WordPress — outside of any development work. There are no shortcuts, and no other ways around it. Learning and mastering WordPress is going to take time. If you watch TV, cut it out — more than 90% of it isn’t good for you anyway. If you’re a gamer, sell your games or throw them away. Reaching the top takes commitment and sacrifice and the best place to start is with the things in life that aren’t doing you any good anyway. Start with one dedicated, distraction-free hour of reading for each workday. Shut off instant messages, put your phone on silent, and read. Take notes on what you learn along the way. You’ll find the time goes by faster than you would have expected. Keep at it, day after day, week after week, and month after month. And as you start to see success, put in more time for reading. Alternatively, consider a three-hour block, two to three times a week. The key is to make a commitment to learning and honoring that commitment by setting aside the necessary time to see it through. “Normal” is highly overrated. There are other reasons, though. For instance, the top WordPress developers: First, let’s set a few things straight: becoming a top WordPress developer is hard work — very hard work. It’s going to take a lot of time, energy and determination. If you’re looking for an easy checklist or some “fast pass” to the top, you’re going to waste your time. Being one of the best is hard, and statistically speaking, the odds are stacked against you.front-end web developers, the "artists" formerly javascript known as web designers are the bunch of people in the company that hire make sure that the data coming from the backend gets displayed on the browser. They also make sure it looks as closely as possible as the design, that , CED came up with, and that the user can navigate through it, accessing the data. They don't need professional to know about hirecomplex OO programming, tricky database structures javascript portfolio orwordpress how a path is done in Illustrator. They get data from the backend people and an example how the result looks like from CED. All they need to do is to hack some HTML or XSLT together and link the different documents. Piece of cake. Web developers don't portfolio have it as easy as it sounds portfolio though. True enough, markup languages are easy to learn and scripting languages are not much harder, but there is an aspect of uncertainty, that has to be taken into consideration, when judging their skills. As a web developer you hire work in an javascript hireuncertain environment. What looks good and works on your computer wordpress can be a popup hell and dire to look at on the machine next to you or on the machine of a customer. The first is not much of a problem, just ask your colleague to upgrade his browser, the second, however, is a problem. As a web developer, professional your work can be wrecked by users and customers in many ways: The worst nightmare for a front-end developer is to be confronted with markup code portfolio generated by these programs. A script wordpress or application can never optimise like a human being can, the code is bloated, unreadable and not logically structured in most of the cases. Keeping in mind that the outcome was meant to look great for 20 minutes work, why would it? The user never sees the source code. The developer does, and it's his job to keep it as small, fast and readable as possible. Especially when you remember, that he might have to hand it over to another developer for changes. The availability of web professional javascriptcontent is amazing and great, but also has a downside to it. Content and code can hirebe published immediately and is available to everybody. This is very nice and actually one of the main reasons to make people start web developing. After all it's easier to create your first web site than to try and get some time on TV or radio. The downside of it is that content gets published without any quality testing. Any enthusiastic developer, with more drive than skill. creates some new, cool design or effect, and publishes it on his web site. As it is cool and new, other developers see it, and implement it as well, to stand out from the crowd. Looking at this effect closely makes it obvious that it only makes sense in a very restricted browser environment and only for some content. Sometimes it might not even make sense at all. Nevertheless it becomes more and more spread and used, and sooner or later customers will see it and want it as well. Or colleagues see it, don't realise the flaws it might have (as it works on their browser) and offer it to the customer. Then the web developer gets wordpress asked to implement it, and gets blamed when it does fail in the quality test. There is no such professional thing as free lunch. hire Also there is portfolio wordpressno such thing as a perfect web site wordpress that you hire assemble from free content from the web without knowing what you do. Script libraries and personal developer sites advertise their content much like software companies. They claim their products have perfect output. Truth is, you can find anything on the web, and that is great, but make sure you test it thoroughly before you even think about using it in a product someone pays you for. To conclude, the web developer is the javascript developer on the project that javascript has it all: A very unstable display environment, a skill set that needs to range from code to design and usability, and the blame when the end product does not look the way it should. What is front-end development? In our visually and professional wordpresstecnhologically portfolio sophisticated society, professional access to information and wordpress portfolioknowledge seems easier than making sense of it or decide its veracity - on the web, pages and appplications are built by front-end developers to present and put data or relationships in context. Share 36 inShare 6 Email Front-end or client-side development is a relatively obscure Internet javascript professionaldiscipline. Historically, this role has wordpress been known under several aliases, htmler, web designer, coder, frontender and so on, but its core functions remain the same while expanding with the progress of the Internet. It is a hinge role that requires both aesthetic sensitivity and programmatic rigor. To many people, client-side development might hire be wordpress perceived as 'making things pretty' and, while it is a valid comment wordpress since we do make things look good, as good-looking things sell better, there are many other technologies that fall within this field that might be usually overlooked. Here's an overview of some of them. The front end of a website is the visual javascript bit that the user interacts with. This professional includes the design, images, colours, buttons, forms, typography, animations and content. Its basically everything that you as a user of the website can see. So combining these two things, a front end developer works on the code that makes a portfoliowebsite look the way it does. They use HTML to build the content, CSS to style the pages, and sometimes use JavaScript and PHP to make the pages more dynamic. Now, this is all a bit of a generalisation. There is a lot of crossover with javascript roles, and professional my role as a front end developer may be different to someone else who also calls themselves a front end developer, and it all depends on their skills and background. There are also many different roles within front end and back end which I will probably go into another time.Since WordPress is one of the leading content management systems out there it spurs countless people to become developers themselves. Some of the best I know in the industry emerged from these DIY developers people who started looking at code as a hobby. WordPress is a good medium to start out in because its functions are clear, wordpress the coding style is extremely transparent and easy to understand and the documentation is phenomenal (not to mention the huge community). With this article I hope I can give you a quick primer on where to start your long but hopefully fun journey!

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Front End Developer / Web Developer
JJ
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Front End Developer / Web Developer
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JACEK JEZNACH

Front End Developer / Web Developer

Since 6 years I am fascinated with front-end technologies, magic and possibilities of HTML5 / CSS3 / Javascript.

First half of my work experience I gained in top interactive agencies.

Second half, successfully cooperating as a remote freelencer with IT companies and professionals from Poland, Europe, US and Australia.

English language Polish Language

PORTFOLIO

This is a small part of the work that I did .
For a complete list, there are many leading companies in  sectors: automotive, catering,
retail, manufacturing, banking, transportation, government and media.

 

Confidentiality agreements and other factors prevent me their complete publication .

 

If you are interested in detail of my work email
using the form or directly by email :

jeznacki13@gmail.com

 

The scope of my work is  a large part of the front end: RWD, Paralax scrolling, coding layouts, mobile, single page apps (MVC),  animation, CSS / JS and other work based on HTML / CSS / JS.

 

I also build the applications PHP / MySQL mostly on open source systems.

 

Thematically: RWD, GIT,  LAMP, OOP, MVC, NODE.JS, REST, ANGULAR, PHONEGAP

The set in (a blog) tools, libraries, tips, snippets and links to web pages which can be very useful at work and that it is useful to have on hand.

 

SKILLS

SKILLS

  • 98%

    HTML5/CSS3

  • 90%

    JavaScript

  • 85%

    JS Frameworks

  • 85%

    PHP

  • 80%

    SQL

  • 90%

    Wordpress

  • 80%

    Drupal

Experience

Experience

CONTACT

Address: Polska, Lublin ul.Junoszy 22/31 20-058

E-Mail: jeznacki13@gmail.com