Bill Hinostroza

Front-End Web Developer

Agile Front-End Developer with deep and wide-ranging IT experience from software all the way to hardware. Focused on building applications that is structurally, semantically and aesthetically intuitive for other developers and the end-user. Works collaboratively or independently to isolate problems and implement simple and repeatable solutions. Possesses a strong focus to detail, able to concentrate on multitude of tasks that are assigned.

When I'm not coding I enjoy going on adventures visiting and trying out new places to eat and drink. I occasionally watch TV if a new season of my favorite shows has started like AHS, Gotham, South Park, Mr. Pickles just to name a few. I also enjoy watching certain NBA basketball games from time to time but mostly I spend my time just with friends, working out and meeting new people. One of the things I hope to accomplish is travel around the world starting with major cities here in the US and then transition to South America then to the rest of the world. I like setting goals and learning new things because you never know what life can bring you but also because it's satisfying accomplishing them.



Student Mentor
(May 2017 - Present)

After graduating from Udacity Bill wanted to help others reach the same goal. So, he enrolled as a student mentor where he helps students with questions and answers, grades and reviews web project submissions and motivates them to keep on going with the nanodegree program.



(January 2017 - April 2017)

Udacity is where Bill further expanded his skill as a Full Stack Web Developer. The program taught him everything from Front End & Back End Development all the way to some Dev Ops operations such as setting up a local and remote server with AWS LightSail and Virtual Box. Bill graduated from the program with a Full Stack Web Developer Nanodegree.

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(December 2015 - Ongoing)

FreeCodeCamp is where Bill learned more about algorithms and data structures. The program consistently challenged him to think in creative and critical ways. He further expanded his knowledge on HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, jQuery, Bootstrap, AJAX and Responsive Design.

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Team Treehouse

(December 2013 - Ongoing)

Treehouse is where Bill learned the modern techniques, tools and workflows for building web apps. This is where he was introduced to PHP, MYSQL, jQuery, Bootstrap, AJAX and Responsive Design.

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(July 2012 - Ongoing)

Codecademy is where Bill learned the basic fundamentals on how to make a web page. He started making static websites from scratch to get in the habit of how a web hierarchy is structured. During, his time he learned HTML(5), CSS(3) and a little bit of Javascript. Every now and then he visits Codecademy to see if there is anything else he can learn in the Front-End side.

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  • HTML5
  • CSS3
  • Javascript & jQuery
  • Python
  • PHP
  • React
  • Meteor Framework
  • SEO
  • Bootstrap, Semantic-UI, Material Design
  • Terminal


  • English (Native)
  • Spanish (Daily Use)


  • Webkit Browsers
  • Firefox
  • Microsoft Office
  • Mac
  • Windows
  • Coda 2
  • Sublime Text
  • Codekit
  • Pycharm
  • Web & PHP Storm
  • Microsoft Edge
  • Git