Honestly, I am pretty bad at writing a summary. :D
I started in 2005 with classic ASP and today in December 2020 I am as hungry as I was before. The majority of my work is in PHP and MySql. I did a small job in Django.
I am open to technologies as I believe the syntax may change but the logic remains the same. Tomorrow if someone asks me to fix something in golang or Ruby, I will be the happiest person to do that.
I have worked under a team also have worked independently as a freelancer and so I think this both type of experience will help me to manage a given project efficiently and effectively within a fixed timeframe.
It is only once someone combines all of these three things – accessibility, usability, and interactivity – into a single product that you will have an effective website.
I strive to bring this unity to every project.