Bsc Informatics Student @ UNISA & Web designer

Louvaine Williams

I am a young, energetic web developer at CyberDevs doing Bsc Informatics at UNISA. I design professional and modern websites using WordPress and use my knowledge of HTML and CSS to enhance them.

My goal is to become a programmer so that I can build projects that make a difference. I want to use the knowledge I obtain to help others in any way I can.

What I DO

I am a web designer, administrative assistant and junior programmer at CyberDevs. 

My SKILL GOALS FOR 2021

I try to learn something NEW every day. But, because of studies and work, I don’t always get the chance to.

Even if you can’t learn new things, always try improve and get better at the things you already can do. My goal for 2021 is to get better at these 3 skills.

  • WEBSITE DESIGN
  • C++
  • PYTHON

You might not think that programmers are artists, but programming is an extremely creative profession. It’s logic-based creativity.” – John Romero

INTERESTS

  • Website Design & Programming
  • RPG Games and D&D
  • Fitness & Karate
  • Books & Anime

Favourite THINGS

  • Hot Chocolate
  • Strawberries
  • Animation Movies
  • Cats & Kittens!

favourite quote

“Life is what happens when you’re busy making other plans.”

– John Lennon

Education

University

UNISA

Currently studying Bsc Informatics part-time.

2018 – Present

High School

UNION HIGH SCHOOL

A beautiful school situated in Graaff-Reinet, South Africa. 

Zakariyya Muslim School

In my Grade 10 year, I spent 9 months in a Muslim school. I will share my experiences here soon!

Class of 2015

The content for my website is still being written, and the website is still under construction. Thank you for your patience!

THE SECRET TO LEARNING?

“In the end, the secret to learning is so simple: Forget about it.

Think only about whatever you love. Follow it, do it, dream about it. One day, you will glance up at your collection of Japanese literature, or trip over the solar oven you built, and it will hit you: learning was there all the time, happening by itself.”

– Grace Llewellyn