Seb is is a software engineer with a passion for front-end web development and open-source software. With over 15 years of experience, he has expertise in bringing startups from idea to a launched minimum viable product and growing technical teams.
As a freelance front-end engineer, he has worked with various startups in Singapore, including RedMart, Migme, Adz (now CtrlShift), and Nugit.
When he’s not busy coding, you can find him cultivating the local developer community. Seb is the co-organiser of the Front End Developers Singapore (FEDS) meetup and regularly speaks at SingaporeJS events.
Programming for Non-Programmers
Learn the fundamentals of front-end and back-end programming, plus try your hand at writing some code of your own.
Web Development Immersive
12-weeks. All day, every day. Learn the skills to become an entry-level web developer and the resources to get a job in this intensive program.
Web Development: Let's Break it Down
Introduction to HTML & CSS in 90 minutes
As we move to an increasingly digital world, as designers your role will continue to shift
Hour of Code: A Free Introduction to Building Websites
General Assembly are hosting a free event as part of the Hour of Code global movement. This is for anyone who is interested in learning the basics of building awesome websites!
Programming for Non-Programmers Session II: The Front-End
This class will cover front-end programming topics and practical exercises. Second session in the Programming for Non-Programmers Series
Programming for Non-Programmers Session III: The Back-End
This class will cover back-end programming topics and practical exercises. Third session in the Programming for Non-Programmers series.
Programming for Non-Programmers Session IV: Putting It All Together
The final class in the Programming for Non-Programmers series will bring all the exercises and lessons together and students will build a web application.
Front End TL;DR Meetup
Have you ever come across something new in front-end, had the browser tab open for weeks, but never found time to research it? Use this event as an excuse to dig a little deeper.