Steven Lacerda - Established web developer who is highly skilled in advanced programming

Posted September 19, 2018 by Stevelacerda

This press release is written to inform the readers that Steven Lacerda is an established web developer who is highly skilled in advanced programming.

It is the responsibility of a web developer to design and maintain the websites. He presents the products and services of his clients to a wide audience by creating attractive and functional websites. Additionally, he meets with the clients to discuss the desires for a website or to discuss how to keep their websites functioning and updated.

Considered as elusive, the web developers keep the internet alive and overflowing. Genuinely concerned about making the web a better place, Steve Lacerda is an established web developer. He is well versed with what is going on in the web world and always keeps up with the changing tides in the web development. Serving at N3N since 2017, Steve has worked hard to create maintainable and reusable React components in connection with Semantic and Kendo libraries.

Highly skilled in advanced programming and design, project management and web content management along with strong collaborative skills, website optimization and excellent problem solving; Steven Lacerda is quite much familiar with various languages including Javascript, Node.js, C#, CSS/Less/Sass, PHP/Wordpress, Mongo, Python and SQL.

About Steven Lacerda

Overall, Steve Lacerda is a detail-oriented and a hard working person who possesses great communication skills. He very well knows how to talk about the work he did and justifies it with logical reasoning. Steve Lacerda loves to do certain things during his free time. He is quite fond of hiking, kayaking, walking, going to gym and programming. Besides, he loves to go to festivals and trying new things.
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Last Updated September 19, 2018