I have over twenty years of experience (wow, time really does fly doesn’t it?) in developing web copy, ebooks, whitepapers, in-depth guides, print articles and blog content in a variety of verticals.

Topics that I am passionate about include, but are not limited to, the following.

  • Remote work
  • Being a startup founder
  • DevOps culture and best practices
  • Automation
  • Agile project management
  • Gadgets if you read my blog, you’ll quickly see that I’m a gadget fan boy.
  • Anything dev-related, but I have the most fun talking about back-end development such as:
    • PHP Web Development
    • Node.js, React, Next.js, Gatsby, Adonis.Js and MEAN Web Development
    • GraphQL
    • Real-time Web Development
    • Twilio Development
    • WordPress Development
    • WebRTC
    • APIs
    • Microservices

And a variety of other topics.

My Own Writing Projects

For my own writing, I write here on this blog, on Coded Geekery, as well as on The Flybase Blog, and I am also currently focusing on writing my books.

Previously, I’ve published the Twilio Cookbook with Pakt press.

Lately, I’ve gone the self-publishing route, the first self-published book I’ve written is a relatively short book, called The Little Real-time Web Development Book.

My last book was a collection of handy posts, called Real-time Twilio. This book lets you learn how to use Flybase’s real-time API and Twilio’s handy communications API to build: a system for sending daily SMS messages, an SMS call center to provide support to users, a call center to handle incoming and outgoing phone calls from the browser, a group messaging system to let groups send messages to each other and a few other handy apps.

What books are in the works?

Currently, I’m writing a book called Decoding GraphQL, which is a book that will use several technologies such as: node.js, apollo and react amongst others. I’m excited about this one as it will teach people to use the latest practices to build GraphQL APIs that can be put to use right away.