WELCOME TO MY SITE

My name is Teddy Wilson, born in Brooklyn,
New York and attended elementary school there but sought my higher education in Queens at LaGuardia Community College .

My major is New Media Technology but upon my graduation
in the fall of 07 I will have also satisfied the requirements for
a degree in Programming and Systems.

Why develop an electronic portfolio?

Since the world is migrating most of it activities on line it would be foolish not to be aware of how to produce and present your skills on the information pipeline that will impact all commerce more than any other group of technologies. ePortfolio allows one to practice in a smaller webspace before embarking into it for real.

I had a web presence before coming to the-

school but I was able to expand on my knowledge of how best
to present myself in that environment.

The advice I would give students about ePortfolio:

it has idiosyncrasies that diverge to much from a true corporate network environment but any preparation involving cyberspace can only benefit in helping to mold ones experiences somewhat to real world expectations.

My coming to Laguardia will equip me with the programming, marking and general awareness the industry is looking for in an employee or service company that I will one day start. Since the world is migrating most of it activities on line it would be foolish not to be aware of how to produce and present your skills on the information pipeline that will impact all commerce more than any other group of technologies.
ePortfolio allows one to practice in a smaller webspace before embarking into it for real. I put myself in college to earn adegree which will open some creative doors that were closed to me. I felt it important to add to my artistic skill the programming knowledge that will allow me to walk on an even plane with those in the jobs I wish to occupy. I find I can work well with almost anyone but there is an expectation of wide ranging technical awareness in a 21 st` century job culture and you are not respected or allowed in if you don't measure up.