Written by Harry Roberts on CSS Wizardry.
I’m absolutely thrilled, humbled and delighted to announce that I’ve been nominated for .net’s Young Developer of the Year award, 2013!
I do feel a bit of a fraud in that I’ve been doing this internet thing for ages now – and because most people think I’m around 27 – but sure enough, enough people (you guys!) put my name forward for the category that I’m into the official 12! I’m up against some real talent as well, which I think says a lot about the quality of the industry’s young devs.
The next stage is the public (you guys again!) vote. You can cast votes for who you believe deserves to make the final three; the final three then go onto a judged decision ‘behind closed doors’.
This post is, predictably, me trying to garner support from you lot. If you…
…then I would be super grateful for any support. You can cast your vote at thenetawards.com
Thanks so much!
Hi there, I’m Harry Roberts. I am an award-winning Consultant Web Performance Engineer, designer, developer, writer, and speaker from the UK. I write, Tweet, speak, and share code about measuring and improving site-speed. You should hire me.
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I am available for hire to consult, advise, and develop with passionate product teams across the globe.
I specialise in large, product-based projects where performance, scalability, and maintainability are paramount.