Software Developer

I’m a senior software developer, working for MSL Property Care Services Ltd, who is passionate about learning new technologies but keeping it real when it comes to business.

Always looking to improve my skills and to stay on top of today’s development requirements. Anything web development related is always of great interest. I have been given many opportunities to be involved in different technologies like mobile development and WordPress. Skill set includes: C#, .Net 6, .Net MAUI, Razorpages, ASP.Net MVC, VB.NET, Classic ASP, VB6, HTML, CSS, OOP, C++, C, SQL Server, SSIS, SSRS. Windows desktop, web & embedded software development.

I’m always interested in hearing from you. If you have a question or just something on your mind I can help you with then please get in touch. You can use the contact page or any of the social network buttons at the top right.

Brian Jaikens.
This picture was taken using my Windows Phone. On a car ferry going over to a national park in Holland.

 This Website

I’ve looked at WordPress for many years thinking, I’m a software developer and as a developer I think of creating websites in HTML, CSS and usually the .Net Framework. From the bare metal up sort of thing. But recently my thoughts have changed. WordPress is not just a blogging platform but is now considered to be an extendable CMS (content management system). It is also more than that. WordPress is often used as a framework for developing custom sites.

This site is my way of seeing what WordPress can do and have some fun at the same time. Not just a showcase of what I can do but more what I enjoy in life. I’m not going to be updating this site on a regular basis, but it’s a great way of seeing how a website can be quickly brought to life and grow when you have a busy life and other more important things to do.

It’s also a good lesson in business. When a company wants a website to have a presence on the web. Do they want to pay for a developer spending days getting the HTML carefully crafted or do they want results in a matter of hours? The answer is simple.

Code Project

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