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I have extensive experience in web development, primarily focusing on back-end aspects. However, I've recently been exploring front-end projects in my spare time as well.
In some of my blog posts, I delve into topics like SEO optimization and provide step-by-step guidance on creating
your own portfolio website
step-by-step. Whether you're new to programming, looking to showcase your achievements, or simply aiming to enhance your resume, the resources from that article are an excellent starting point.
My latest projects in front-end development involve this website and a new endeavor associated with The Gray Area . This website was a trial run utilizing cutting-edge front-end libraries. If you're interested, you can find the source code on github.com/grahamzemel .
When I'm not writing blog posts or developing web applications, I enjoy delving into cybersecurity. There's an exhilarating feeling that comes with discovering P1 vulnerabilties
after hours, days, or even weeks of bug hunting.
Hacking is an incredible pursuit, whether it involves exploring the depths of the dark web, developing custom malware, or bug hunting on government websites. Through my experiences, I've gained extensive knowledge about safeguarding online data and making it more challenging for black-hat hackers (the malicious ones) to compromise your security. I've even programmed website hacking scripts to automatically perform penetration tests and identify vulnerabilities.
To gain a deeper understanding of what hacking truly entails and to learn how to enhance your online safety, I invite you to read my somewhat satirical article
on the topic.
I share my best articles through my publication, The Gray Area, with over half a million readers. These articles cover a range of topics, including programming tips, cybersecurity software, and bug bounties.
Additionally, I publish new articles on a daily basis through my personal profile, with around 3000 followers. You can find my work on various social media platforms if you choose to follow me.
If you're interested in making a substantial contribution to my writing or furthering my skills as a developer, you can become a patron on my Patreon. By doing so, you'll gain access to private newsletters, exclusive source code for projects, and my personal contact information.
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