I'm Sheldon Codling

A passionate full stack web developer from Sarnia, Canada

About Me

Since I was a kid, I have been interested in working, playing, and creating on computers. When I was 5, my grandpa gave my family his old PC running Windows 3.1, which sparked my passion for computers, video games, and the internet.

In 2013, I enrolled in Lambton College's "Computer Network Specialist" course to learn about system repair, network setup, Cisco equipment, and computer/server maintenance. Later, I pursued further education by enrolling in the "Computer Programmer" course, where I learned about HTML5/CSS3, JavaScript, Python, SQL, and self-taught Lua and Bash.

I have built a good reputation and completed several programming projects, including designing and coding a website for a local business and creating a local password generator.

In my free time, I enjoy playing video games, mountain biking, watching action or sci-fi movies, growing peppers, and experimenting with various Linux distributions.

Thank you for learning more about me. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me.

My Skills

Programming Languages












Tailwind CSS


Back-End and Databases










Other Tech Skills









Raspberry Pi


VS Code

My Projects

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Lions Eyes Right

  • HTML
  • CSS
  • JavaScript

Helpful Links

A website I made to help promote the District A1 Lions Club's Eyes Right project.

"Eyes Right" is a registered charity organization under the jurisdiction of the District A1 Lions Club in Southwestern Ontario that aims to raise funds for eye care initiatives in the region. My Grandpa did a lot of volunteer work for the organization, which left me with a lot of respect for the work they do. So when the opportunity arose to remake their website, I was happy to take up the offer.

My main goal for this website was to make it completely accessible to the visually impaired. Which is why I decided to make the images on the website slightly bigger than what I usually would and I spent a lot of time learning how screen readers interact with websites in order to make sure that the Eyes Right website is as accessible as possible. Overall, I really like how well this website turned out. Between the good cause and the layout, this is easily my favourite static website I have done so far.

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Sarnia Smash Bros

  • HTML
  • CSS
  • JavaScript

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A website I made with Jonathan Nano to promote Sarnia's local Super Smash Brothers club.

Johnathan was a classmate of mine in the computer programming program, and he's really into Sarnia's Super Smash Brothers Club. After we graduated, he got the opportunity to create a website for the club and asked if I wanted to help. Johnathan took care of most of the design, and we divided the pages between us. Specifically, I worked on the contact and rules pages and edited the majority of the images.

I'm really happy with how the website turned out. I liked collaborating with Johnathan as we were able to combine our design styles to create a nice overall look that I wouldn't have been able to achieve without him. I'm personally proud of the flipping effect I created for the contact form.

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Kip's Media Transfers

  • HTML
  • CSS
  • JavaScript

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A website I made the help advertise a local business.

Kip's Media Transfers is a small local company that converts old video formats into DVDs or digital files. This was the first website I created, and I'm happy with how it looks. It's been rewarding to see people share the website on social media from time to time. I also had the opportunity to do some cool things with the website, like turning Kip's Dad's hand-drawn artwork into digital files.

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Morse Code Buzzer

  • Python
  • Raspberry Pi

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A Python script running on a Raspberry Pi that takes text and converts it to morse code.

A fun little project I made back when I was first getting into programming. The user is able to insert text into the terminal and then the Raspberry Pi will convert it into Morse code and play it through a piezo buzzer and/or flash an LED to display the message.

If you'd like to see a video of this in action, click here!

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  • Python
  • Tk

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A hangman game I made in order to get a better understanding of the Tk toolkit and GUI's in general.

A hangman game I made in Tkinter in order to learn more about make GUIs. Uses a very hard wordlist I found on the internet awhile back.

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My Portfolio Site

  • HTML
  • CSS
  • JavaScript

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The website you are currently looking at. Made to show off my work and personality.

The website you are currently looking at. Made with nothing but HTML, CSS, and vanilla JavaScript with no libraries as I wanted to have complete control over it and keep it as lean as possible.

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