Learn more about Colin Stodd

Colin Stodd with friends dog This site is based on my career in software development, but if you landed on this page I assume you have some interest in who I am; And since I'm not cool enough (yet) to have my own Wikipedia page, I'll share this bit on my personal site. In short, Iā€™m a percussion player turned web application & mobile developer.

Other than writing software my other passion in life is music. I played percussion with two bands: Damn Right! and Earthtone for about 10 years; but I knew I wanted more in life so I took a job with the Maryland General Assembly in Annapolis, MD.

While working at the MGA I began teaching myself to program using online resources, but I decided to get a "formal" education, which led me to Ruby and Ruby on Rails. In August of 2014, I completed a back-end development course at Betamore Academy in Baltimore Maryland which helped me get to where I am today.

In 2014 I moved from my hometown of Annapolis Maryland to work in the D.C. area with the American Gastroenterological Association.

Nowadays, I'm back in Annapolis (still with AGA), but I spend most of my time working with the "Full Stack", focusing on front-end technologies such as Angular, TypeScript and NodeJS. I almost always use a CSS library like Bootstrap, and I've been dabbling into the mobile world via Dart/Flutter and Ionic. I guess you could say my stack of choice has become "Angular-Flutter-Firebase". Knowing Angular, Flutter and Firebase allows me to build anything in an extremely cost-effective and scalable manner.

You can view a list of the programming languages, frameworks, and libraries I work with by visiting my Technologies page.

Colin & Tommy in Tennessee w/ Damn Right!

I've recently (2019) been recording percussion tracks on albums/EP's which has me back in the world of music; But for the time being, I'm staying away from live performances opting for the comfort of my Logic Pro X Studio šŸ˜ƒ.

Lastly, If you see some "H" logo, that's the logo for Harpua, LLC which I co-founded with a great developer friend of mine. If you see something with "Colper", that's a nickname that I've had since I was young, and best of all, I'm a huge Phish fan. I travel a few times a year with friends to see them in various locations in and around the United States...

If you would like more specific details than what's above, you can install this command line application (CLI) that I built and deployed to .