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[The website is launched!]

Added on 27/12/2011
Tags: web


I finally launch my new web site. This version has a new design and is made using PHP (CodeIgniter) and JQuery in order to support mobile devices.

Although I quite liked my old Flash site and I had to make a few tradeoffs between the looks and reliability of this version, unfortunately Flash is becoming a bit outdated. Besides, new design was needed as my mindset changed quite a bit since I designed my previous portfolio about 4 years ago.

I will be adding content over the next couple of weeks, mainly some work I have recently done in Matlab as well as a new Lego robot video. Follow me on Twitter for updates!

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Mat
[16/05/2016]


Awesome!


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