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Athan Clark 

A not-so-average developer with a heart of gold and a keyboard of steel. Every program I write has maintainability, stability, and expansion in mind. Check out my portfolio at I specialize in: - PHP (WordPress, Symfony, Zend, CakePHP, Yii, Drupal, and Joomla) - SQL (MySQL, SqLite, Postres) - JavaScript (jQuery, AJAX, , Underscore, Dojo, MooTools) - HTML (4.1, 5) - CSS (2.1, 3) I'm also growing my skills in Search Engine Optimization (microformats, sitemaps, search engine submission) and creative user experiences (parallax, svg interfaces, responsive design, etc.).
$12 USD/hr
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  • image of q8goldstar twitter WP plugin or code $30.00 USD

    “Project Incomplete . Freelancer Say's "Hey I might have to cancel on this. Twitter redesigned its website so that you need javascript enabled in order to post a tweet - something really difficult to program into a script. This job just wouldn't be worth my time. Sorry to disappoint."”

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Web Designer + Internet Consultant

Mar 2012 - Aug 2012 (5 months)

I created a mobile-friendly and SEO-friendly WordPress theme and also populated the website with content and social-networking links.

Summer High School Intern

Jun 2010 - Aug 2010 (2 months)

I organized 40k IT support tickets to create a new employee schedule for their support desk, did an in-depth case-study of British Petrolium's malicious practices and employee safety violations, and I created an electronic dictionary by scripting through roughly 25k pages of terms, acronyms, and abbreviations.

Summer High School Intern

Jun 2009 - Aug 2009 (2 months)

I designed a prototype for a multitouch surface computer - basically a giant iPad, but with the ability to track all 10 fingers at once. It was a lot of programming, but it successfully demonstrated the power of an intuitive human interface for common tasks like document organization, information absorption, and effective interaction.



2011 - 2012 (1 year)


Completion of Software as a Service Course (2012)

Stanford University

In May I attended and participated in an introductory course provided by Stanford University on This course taught the basics of using Ruby on Rails as a web application platform - teaching us both standard practices and conventional techniques.