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Full-stack web and application development & design


My name is Colton Sweeney and I'm a 24-year-old web developer and graphic designer living in Raleigh, NC.

About me

I'm a busy, motivated individual with a drive to always challenge myself further. My day job is a part-time position with Raleigh-based United Restaurant Equipment Company, however I also work as a freelancer in my spare time. View my blog to learn more about my projects!

I'm a 23-year-old web developer living in Apex, North Carolina. In my free time, I enjoy working out, practicing photography, playing video games, learning new tech, and more.

I've been interested in software and web development for many years. I enjoy creating responsive web applications with tech such as Node.js and React, as well as blockchain development on the Ethereum network with Solidity.

I currently work part-time as a Web Developer at United Restaurant Equipment Company. Here, I manage the company's e-commerce website where I'm responsible for transforming it to fit the needs of modern web standards.

I'm currently enrolled at Wake Technical Community College studying for an Associates in Web Development. Here, I'm taking courses such as Database Concepts, Advanced Markup and Scripting, Networking/Security Foundation, and more.

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Hi, thank you for visiting my website! Content is still being developed here, so stick with me while I keep updating it all. Disclaimer: This website is still very much under development and should be considered a work in progress! Contrary to what my blog and portfolios state as their post date, I started on this website in the end of August 2019 and deployed the website about a week later. Since…

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