Full Stack Web Developer with extensive experience in Information
Technology working with clients at all levels of the organization to
ascertain client needs and create appropriate technical solutions.
Functioned as a webmaster in support of various personal and
self-employment business endeavors for over 10 years mostly on a
create and customize websites. Currently enrolled in a Coding Bootcamp
at the University of Richmond to enhance skills as a fullstack
developer including the recent successful deployment of a
collaborative front-end project. Reliable and organized with excellent
verbal and written communication skills. A self-starter with a track
record of being a team leader, solving complex problems, and doing
what is necessary to get the job done. A persistent and patient
problem solver. Always learning.
Boot Camp Project 1 - Life Explorer/Trip Planner 1.0
A collaborative frontend project producing a trip planner with
weather forecast data using multiple lanquages, frameworks and APIs
Postionstack, and OpenWeather. This project was produced by a three
person team over two weeks including Mark Elliott, Thomas Ciszek,
and Megan Middleton.
Boot Camp Project 2 - Career Commander 1.0
A collaborative full-stack project producing job search organizer
using multiple lanquages and frameworks including HTML5, CSS,
Express-Sessions, Express-Handlebars, Sequelize, and MySQL. This
project was produced by a three person team over two weeks including
Harrison Daniel, Mark Elliott, and Daniel Liszka. Mark Elliott
mainly produced the models and database structure, server setup, and
Password Generator 1.0
Code Quiz 1.0
by Mark Elliott.
Work Day Scheduler 1.0
This application is a hourly work day planner written using
Note Taker 1.0
A simple full stack note taking application built by Mark Elliott
and hosted on Heroku.
Mark's Tech Blog 1.0
A simple WordPress style full stack blog built by Mark Elliott using
Express-Sessions, Express, Bcrypt, dotenv, Node.js and hosted on