My name is Scott Kondor and I make websites under the business name of Kondor with a K, Inc. As a freelance web developer, I’ve created many websites using the WordPress Content Management System (CMS). My goal is to focus on the details and dedicate proper time to produce a top quality website.
Through 18 years of development, including 12 years of professional experience, I have become a very detail oriented frontend and backend developer in the LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) environment. This helps me produce quality websites using WordPress, the most used CMS (Content Management System) on the internet. By working with many clients on a daily basis, I’ve been able to adapt quickly and solve their various bug fixes.
With full knowledge in HTML, CSS, PHP, jQuery and MySQL, I’m able to build websites from the ground up. Whether it’s testing, debugging, deployment or maintenance, I’m available for each stage of the process. Some of my qualifications include:
In September 2019, the new website for Kondor with a K was launched.
Attended WordCamp Orlando in August 2019.
In April 2018, Kondor with a K became an incorporated business.
As a full-time freelancer, I met some really great clients and made strong connections that continue today.
Attended WordCamp Orlando in November 2017.
With two more years of experience, I started freelancing again in late 2016 and started Kondor with a K in 2017.
After a year a freelancing, I became the Tech Director at PaperStreet Web Design and returned to Florida.
I attended my second conference in 2015 at the Frontend Design Conference in St. Petersburg, Florida. Listening to Chris Coyier of CSS Tricks among others on stage was very educational and entertaining.
In 2014, I moved to Washington state and worked as a full-time freelancer for the entire year. With new scenery and ambitions, I enjoyed the schedule of freelancing and kept a constant workflow.
After some time as a do-it-all web developer, I was promoted to the Senior Web Developer and continued to grow as a coder.
Along with a friend, we started Sliced in America to explore freelance development and to build websites with quality first.
At WordCamp Miami, I learned much more about WordPress and became a part of the community.
At PaperStreet, I managed the Essentials program to provide template websites for small law firms and businesses in a proprietary CMS.
In 2010, I was hired as a frontend and backend web developer at a marketing agency in South Florida.
In 2009, I graduated from Florida State University with a Bachelor's Degree in Information Technology.
In 2007, I started working as a web developer for the Center for Ocean-Atmospheric Prediction Studies (COAPS) where I stayed until 2010. I primarily worked on the Shipboard Automated Meteorological and Oceanographic System (SAMOS) initiative to track meteorological data from ships around the world.
In my second year at Florida State University, I became a lab assistant to provide technical support for three on-campus computer labs.
Starting in 2006, I designed and developed websites for several Orlando-based medical offices.
In 2001, the movie AntiTrust introduced me to coding and how a programmer can affect so many. One person was able to reach millions around the world through a good idea and some development. I started developing in October of that year and created my first website, Internapse. My passion for coding websites had just begun.
skills: HTML5, CSS3, jQuery,
programs: Sublime Text, FileZilla, Google Chrome, HeidiSQL, Adobe Photoshop;
titles: Owner, Tech Director, Senior Developer, Web Developer, Freelancer;
Florida State University
BS, Information Technology
2005 – 2009