Finals week has come and gone for me. The very last final is this Wednesday on May 25, 2016, which is my English 92 final essay on Survivor. Anyways, I will assume that some of you are wondering how I managed to squeeze time into creating my portfolio when everyone else is stressing out about their finals and studying for them? Well, I already had my finals for my programming classes. I took the first final for C# level 1 in the middle of the semester as it was a hybrid class, which I received an A. I took my C# level 2 final this past Tuesday, May 16, 2016 and received an A. The third final I had taken was last week as well and I received a B in my class. The remaining final I have left is that English 92 essay. Since I didn’t really have to study much for anything, I was able to squeeze some time into building and creating my portfolio.

I honestly believe I went through at least 3-4 different themes before landing on a theme that I can be happy with. In fact, the theme you are currently viewing on my blog is a mirrored theme that I am using for my portfolio! Let me just say that building and putting this portfolio together was a bit frustrating and a little stressful. I had found a cool CSS3 animation trick, but when I went to minify the CSS the animation stopped working. Not only did the animation stopped working the images weren’t aligning up properly. There were so many issues that I was having to deal with that literally stressed me out; however, I managed to fix the issues that I was dealing with and added the final touches to the portfolio last night. The only thing I need done now is to do the code behind the contact form. I created the interface for the contact form but it is not working at the moment. Other than that, the portfolio is now opened and ready for business.

My portfolio’s url is

What you will see on the portfolio is:

  • Main/Splash page
  • About Section
  • Testimonial Page
  • My Portfolio
  • Resume

That’s pretty much it! Let me know what you guys think of my new portfolio page!