About Senff and his dot com
(I am also a father, rocker, prankster, magician and retro gaming aficionado, in case you were wondering.)
On top of that, I’m no stranger to PHP, ASP, MySQL and other back-end technologies. Although I wouldn’t call myself an expert in those fields, I’d say I know my way around. With those skills, I create web sites (static or WordPress), mobile sites, Facebook apps/tabs, iPhone/iPad web apps, Twitter/Youtube branding skins, and so on.
I think this covers all the stuff I’m fairly passionate about. (Isn’t “passionate” overused by now….?)
As a Front End Developer, or Front End Engineer, or Web Integrator, or HTML Integrator or UX Developer (you get the point…), I’ve worked with an eclectic group of people and companies such as Van Halen, Microsoft, Shell and Volkswagen, but a large part of my work has been with rock band Def Leppard, whose official web site I maintained from 1999-2011.
(…which, among many other things, earned me a spot on the cover for their 2008 album “SONGS FROM THE SPARKLE LOUNGE” – see right. Not that that’s really something to immediately brag about, of course.)
Although I am currently not working for them anymore, I still have a number of independent projects related to Def Leppard in development (an iPhone/iPad web app and a relational discography database site) — mainly because my collection of their music, merchandise and digital resources lends itself perfectly as a subject for some of these hobby projects.
But hey, this is not my CV. Senff.com is just a collection of articles about front end development and the things that drive me, as well as some coding tips I’ve struggled with, found a solution for, and documented (for both posterity and knowledge sharing). I’m planning to contribute to the dev community a little more, and hopefully this is just a start of that.