It can be hard to find the time and energy to learn new technologies.
I provide Continuing Professional Development for your developer teams using a set of STEP BY STEP lessons that provide your developers with the resources and ready made code to use in their projects.
Craig is a freelance trainer, living in Brighton, UK.
Craig also develops components using a variety of tools and 'frameworks' for use in websites.
As a former Microsoft Certified DBA (SQL 2000), he has a strong interest in browser storage (IndexedDB) and was a Business Information Architect at a major recycling company.
Craig originally trained as an Accountant Technician, working freelance for a range of SMEs. This enables him to speak both business and development, bridging the gap between those two worlds, leading to a role as a Business Information Architect for a nationwide recycling company.
For availability, email Craig at firstname.lastname@example.org
My Github page.
I enjoy give talks on WP-HTML, Web Components and Progressive Web Apps.
These are generally 'long talks' of 30-45 minutes as well as workshops on a number of topics (see workshops below).
Talks previously given:
Workshops on some or all of the modules below can be given.
I also offer NO FEE online workshops. Please contact me for more details.
These workshops are best between 1-3 hours. Included are boiler plates and a full list of useful resources for further study.
A 'Step by Step' approach is used where a series of projects are used that progressively add new features, like chapters in a book.
The content of each workshop can be tailor made to your requirements - either single modules or a combination of modules.
Attendees take home a resource pack of ready made sites so that they can continue to learn about WP-HTM, Web Components and PWAs.
I also offer attendees a FREE coupon to my Decoupled WordPress course on Udemy that covers REST API, JWT, SPA and how to create a decoupled WP site on HTML in another domain. This is the furthest away from our regular WP site and if we can do this we can bring our decoupled site into our WP domain.