Jason Hamilton: A Melbourne based web developer

About

Jason is independent web developer based in Melbourne, Australia.

Growing up with a keen interest in all things media and computer science related, Jason completed a certificate IV in Multimedia from Swinburne University in 2012. Following from this, Jason is now studying for his Bachelor in Information Technology, at RMIT.

Resume

Skills

Adobe Creative Cloud

HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, PHP, Bootstrap

jQuery, Vue.js, Laravel

SEO, Adwords, Webmaster Tools, Server Admin

Autodesk Maya, Mudbox, 3DS Max, 3D Printing

Education

Bachelor of Information Technology

I am currently studying information technology. Focusing on the web and internet applications, my time at university has given me skills not only in technical fields but also project management and liasing with non-technical professionals.

RMIT University

Melbourne, Australia

Estimated Graduation Date: 2018

Certificate III in Multimedia

I’ve always had a keen interest in film and animation. Through this course I gained knowledge of industry standard software and workflows in disciplines such as web development and animation.

Swinburne University

Melbourne, Australia

Completion Date: 2012

VCE

My time at high school allowed me to discover my true passions and undertake electives such as art, literature, foundational computer studies, and multimedia.

Lilydale High School

Melbourne, Australia

Completion Date: 2012

Experience

In-House Web Developer

Beginning mid 2015 I’ve been working as a developer for Fusion Power Systems in Melbourne, Australia. Fusion Power Systems is a leader in power supply and distribution for small and large scale applications, including data centers, offices, and homes. My time at Fusion has been immeasurably valuable as it has given experience in the field. My tasks include working on in-house cloud based web applications, creating and managing online properties, and supporting existing online properties with on-going SEO, pay-per-click advertising, and statistical analysis.

Fusion Power Systems

Melbourne, Australia

Mid 2015 – Early 2017