I'm Logan and I started out with software development in gr. 10. The "Computer Studies" course was an introduction to Delphi programming. It was interesting, but I preferred what was at the back of the book even more.
The back of the book contained an introduction to HTML. Hey, this is cool! It's so easy, look! I can make it do whatever I want! Over time, my changing needs would drive me to learn more and more about what I'd chosen to do.
I am currently developing software on a freelance basis, so if you need something done, feel free to contact me.
Some of the most recent articles I've written for this website:
Basic CRUD In LINQ To SQL
When LINQ hit the public, I experimented with it a little, but I didn't stick with it for very long. It was all a little strange... Read More
Function Overloading in Microsoft.NET
Function overloading is a feature that allows you to create multiple methods with the same name that are not actually... Read More
The following is a concise list of technologies that I have skill and experience in.
HTML 4.01, XHTML, HTML 5
I've been working with HTML since I was 16 (10 years) and now I'm learning HTML5.
CSS 2.1, CSS 3
I started with CSS shortly after I learned the basics in HTML, now learning CSS3.
I haven't worked with PHP for very long, but I'm learning and always trying new things.
Visual Basic is where I started working with server code and I still use if fairly regularly.
Leaning on my knowledge of VB, I started coding in C# early in 2013 and I can already do more with it than I can with VB.
When I realized I'd need more functionality than normal HTML could offer, my first leap was to ASP.NET and now most of my work lies in this technology with C# on the back end.