David Wolfpaw is creating Web Dev Tutorials and Silly Project Code
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I've been making things on the web since around 2001, when I took an HTML class in high-school at the tail end of the Dotcom Bubble. A few years later, while in college, I built my first website that someone actually paid money for. In this case, I'm thankful for a few things getting lost to the decaying web.
I learned some PHP and JavaScript to go along with the HTML and CSS that I was already building with, and starting feeling a bit more confident, to the point where I worked at a few web agencies and eventually started my own. I currently offer WordPress Maintenance and Support through my company, FixUpFox, and organize the WordPress Orlando Meetup and have helped organize WordCamp Orlando since 2012. In that time I've taught online courses, done in person workshops, and given lectures at a variety of events.

Why am I on Patreon?

There's one thing that I miss about being on the internet above all others: it's gotten boring. There's more content than ever, and more outlets for creativity, but there's also more homogeneity. There is still plenty of weird on the web, but it is hidden under the sanitization of social media and unsustainable growth startups.
I'm in a very lucky position of having a supportive community around me and an avalanche of free content available to help me continue learning every day. I try to pay it forward by organizing events, giving free workshops and lectures, and sharing any knowledge that I have for free.
I've been a backer of a variety of Patreons, LiberaPay accounts, YouTube creators, and more over the years. Right now I'm making small donations to over 40 Patreon creators alone. I am finally trying Patreon out myself to garner individual support for the content that I make.

What will you get?

I'm starting my usage of Patreon with the following:
I want to make some space for silly projects that don't move the bottom line for a client, but that can bring joy to people online. If that interests you, any level of support will give you access and help me out!
I've been making things on the web since around 2001, when I took an HTML class in high-school at the tail end of the Dotcom Bubble. A few years later, while in college, I built my first website that someone actually paid money for. In this case, I'm thankful for a few things getting lost to the decaying web.
I learned some PHP and JavaScript to go along with the HTML and CSS that I was already building with, and starting feeling a bit more confident, to the point where I worked at a few web agencies and eventually started my own. I currently offer WordPress Maintenance and Support through my company, FixUpFox, and organize the WordPress Orlando Meetup and have helped organize WordCamp Orlando since 2012. In that time I've taught online courses, done in person workshops, and given lectures at a variety of events.

Why am I on Patreon?

There's one thing that I miss about being on the internet above all others: it's gotten boring. There's more content than ever, and more outlets for creativity, but there's also more homogeneity. There is still plenty of weird on the web, but it is hidden under the sanitization of social media and unsustainable growth startups.
I'm in a very lucky position of having a supportive community around me and an avalanche of free content available to help me continue learning every day. I try to pay it forward by organizing events, giving free workshops and lectures, and sharing any knowledge that I have for free.
I've been a backer of a variety of Patreons, LiberaPay accounts, YouTube creators, and more over the years. Right now I'm making small donations to over 40 Patreon creators alone. I am finally trying Patreon out myself to garner individual support for the content that I make.

What will you get?

I'm starting my usage of Patreon with the following:
I want to make some space for silly projects that don't move the bottom line for a client, but that can bring joy to people online. If that interests you, any level of support will give you access and help me out!

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