Hello, my name is Joshua Ditty, I live in Sunbury, Pennsylvania, and I am a Geek. My specialty is website developement. Developement encompasses a wide range of skills, from graphic and page design to backend programming and databasing. It is not only my job, but my passion as well. I love what I do.
As a developer I am an autodidact, which means I am self taught, but don’t let that fool you. I stay up to date in my fields, constantly learning new tricks of the trade, as well as creating my own. They don’t call the internet the ‘Information Super-Highway‘ for nothing.
I began designing websites in December 2001 and have not stopped since. In 2002 I began developing web designs and graphics for Traffic Exchange owners and from there spread out into PHP programming and other developement.
Thanks to the information on the internet anyone can learn how to design and build websites but it takes a lot of time and effort. As you can see I have devoted the past six years of my life to aquiring the information and knowledge on web design. If you would like to stick around, or, subscribe to the Four Points Cardinal RSS Feed I can teach you as well; or if you’re in a hurry and looking for something now contact me – my work is available for hire.
Most of my work involves traffic exchange and network marketing websites created by those seeking to subsidize their current income or to make a living online through network marketing and advertising. Primarily this falls into traffic exchanges and similar websites. I have six years of experience in Traffic Exchange technology and have developed many new features for many prominent websites both in and out of the traffic exchange industry.
For present and future, I am looking to expand my skills and knowledge outside of the traffic exchange industry to more open source software such as Joomla/Mamblo, WordPress, phpBB, and more while maintaining a presence within the traffic exchange niche.
I am also expanding into the Linux Operating System, becoming familiar with how it works, and would love to continue exploring it.