Front End Web Developer



Hi, I'm Robert Cooper, a front end web developer.

I graduated from Queen's University with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and I quite enjoyed the programming courses that were part of my degree. That is why i've ventured into web development.

In the summer of 2016, I ran my own web design business where I developed websites for small business owners. During my last year of University I became involved with as many web development initiatives as I could. Between the fall of 2016 up until my graduation in April of 2017, I took on the role of Director of Technology for a technology conference, worked as the lead web developer for a digital marketing company, and was involved as a member of the Engineering Society IT Team where we built an online student forum.

Recently, i've been working on improving my web development skills by working on open source projects as well as writing web development articles on Medium. I've also been volunteering my time at Sudo and Canada Learning Code workshops, which are aimed at teaching the general population programming skills.

📅 Last updated November 5th, 2017

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Blog Articles

Here are my 3 most recent articles that i've writen on Medium.


Here is a list of some of the projects i've worked on. For additional projects I've participated in, please have a look at my GitHub profile or my CodePen profile.

Twitter Clone

A similar application to Twitter that is build with Node.js. The styling of the app is based off of Twitter's night mode on desktop.


Stranger Ipsum

A lorem ipsum generator that generates paragraphs containing quotes from from the Netflix series Stranger Things.


CUTC 2017 Website

The website for the 2017 Canadian Undergraduate Technology Conference. I was the director of technology for the conference and I was responsible for building the website along with another team member.


Queen's Engineering Forum

An online forum that I helped to build as part of the Engineering Society I.T. Team at Queen's University. The project wasn't completed and I continued working on the project on my own after the 2016/2017 school year.


Kingston Young Professionals Website

I built a brand new website for the Kingston Young Professionals, where they could post young professional spotlights, list their upcoming events, have site visitors sign up for their mailing list, and display any other information relevant to the organization.


Medium API Calls

An application that demonstrates how you get information related to Medium articles written different authors. Medium doesn't have formal API documentation for GET requests, so I wrote an article explaining how you can retrieve this data along this project code.