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Nice to meet you

I'm Maxwell Pelic, a web developer and graphic designer based in Northville, MI. I'm currently studing to become a Cyber Security expert, and am working on a degree from Liberty University. I am on track to complete my bachelor's degree in Computer Science Cybersecurity around the end of 2022. I'm not pursuing any freelance work at the time, but am open to opportunities as they may arise.

If you'd like to say hi, ask about anything on this site, or are interested in having me work on a project, feel free to email me at [email protected] or send me a message on any social media platform (Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter).

Skills I've Developed:

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I have lots of experience with PHP, a server site programming language.
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I've developed many queries using MySQL, a database language.
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Most of the website I've worked on use JavaScript, a client-site programming language.
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All the websites I've worked on use HTML, the standard format for web pages.
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I've used CSS, a standard style sheet for HTML, to style the websites I've developed.
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Using Adobe Illustrator I've created Logos, Promotional Graphics, Print designs, and more.
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I've created animations, edited videos, and added video effects in Adobe After Effects.
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I've put together multiple video projects in Adobe Premiere Pro.
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I've edited photos and created designs in Adobe Photoshop.
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About this site

I created this site to showcase my work using using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. The blog has a little bit of Google's ‚ö°AMP framework sprinkled in, but i"m trying to move away from that garbage. The site is powered with PHP, which generates the HTML files you're currently viewing. Instead of rendering the pages every time someone visits this site, I wrote a script to convert the PHP to static HTML files.

This site implements an SSL certificate to make sure your experience is securely encrypted and can't be intercepted by hackers.