PrestigeCode is my personal website, a hub for my projects and photography, and a portfolio. Here I keep my work for display. While it’s not entirely encompassing, it shows a fair number of projects I developed over the years… at least the ones I could recover. Feel free to explore what I have under the projects page, but please do so at your own discretion.
This website features many of the projects --and some photography-- that I have worked on throughout the years both as a self-directed hobbyist and a student. I have explored many technologies and programming languages in hopes to find my own niche as a developer and the projects page may have a hint of that. While I find most back-end development fascinating, I also enjoy the prospect that what I develop will be used and appreciated by my peers and ultimately useful for the end users.
Hi, my name is Sean Conquest. I am a developer that loves creating useful things. I completed my formal education in May 2019 at the University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee, receiving my Bachelor of Science in Information Technology with a concentration in Applications and Mobile Development.
As a developer, it is important to continue learning as technology changes. That is why I keep myself dedicated to learning new technologies as they appear and I try to apply them to future projects as much as I can. I actively use PHP and C# for my personal projects, and plan to adopt Angular and Typescript for my upcoming projects.
The name PrestigeCode came from a small brainstorm with the idea that I could make some sort of income online. I was young and naïve but nonetheless motivated. I never followed through with the idea. I went ahead and started to learn some simple HTML and CSS, didn’t really have a direct goal but to boast to my friends that I had a website (while in 6th grade). I had hosted it off my laptop, so it wasn’t reliably online. Eventually I found an older desktop to use as a server, I went ahead and moved everything over to that. It was reliable for around 3 years, only turning off when the cursed Florida lightning storms came rolling in.
Fast forward to present. I migrated everything over to AWS from my raspberry pi which had been my dedicated server for a few years before moving to NYC. I decided to change the entire design and moved to using Bootstrap for a modernized design and mobile compatibility. The move to bootstrap saved me time so that I could focus on my senior project and other small projects on my days off.
I have a small photography portfolio over at 500px.com.