About DanylkoWeb

For those just visiting, Hi there. I'm Jonathan. Nice to meet you.

Now that we got the formalities out of the way, now you know me. We can talk casually now.

You're probably asking...What can DanylkoWeb offer me?

Well, I've been writing code since I was about 11 years old (first computer was a Commodore VIC-20). At age 13, I saw the future of coding/programming and I knew what I wanted to do for the rest of my life.

Flash-forward 31 years. I am currently a freelance Web Architect.

I've been on the Internet since '94 and I've always been bouncing around building one website after another, but I've never had a website to plant my feet on virtual soil and say "this is mine." It's sort of like the shoemaker who didn't wear any shoes.

Everyone who knows me knows that I've built a couple websites; a company site (Danylko Consulting Services...brochure-ware) and a client-serving website (DCS-Media) built with my own custom CMS tool (which has evolved into this website).

However, I've never had a "homebase" on the Internet.

So now...DanylkoWeb is now my home on the Internet.

Ahem...what can the site do for me?

Oh, sorry.

My primary focus to my audience is to provide a tremendous ASP.NET MVC resource for the web based on my career so far.

I will also be focusing on architecture and development with Microsoft technologies, JavaScript, CSS (cascading style sheets), design tools and topics, software and hardware reviews, and everything in between.

To give you an idea of what's on DanylkoWeb, I have:

  • Morning Coffee Links
    These links are posted every morning weekday (M-F). My primary posting (stomping) ground is at Google+, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook.
  • Reading Corner
    These are the books that I've read in the past. Most are business books but the majority are programming/technology/entrepreneurial books.
  • Weekly Newsletter
    Every week, I have a number of technology, programming, and entertainment links. Join me in reviewing the past week with links I collect in my travels related to the programming and technology profession (and even the wacky links). ;-)
  • I also have a number of Resources on my site regarding everything from software I use to develop software to a list of podcasts that I listen to on a regular basis.

    These resources include:

I hope you enjoy the site. If you have any questions or comments about the site, send me an email and I will get back to you as soon as I can. My contact information is in the footer below.

I've also received a couple comments about the site so far. Here are a few.

Thanks and I look forward to meeting everyone in the future.

Sincerely,
Jonathan Danylko