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Recommendation from Kevin Chan

Daniel is a very down to earth person who’s very willing to help you out. He took the initiative to run and manage Free Code Camp in the Markham region and has organized a wonderful community to help teach others how to code. I would highly recommend Daniel and can see him fit in any environment.

Recommendation from Kevin Chan

Software Developer, Web Developer
July 28, 2017, Kevin reported directly to Daniel

Recommendation from Henry Mak

I have meet Daniel for a very long time. He always envision big plans and ideas to make this world a better place. To some people, his visions might be bold, but for him, he makes it happen. I first meet Daniel when he was a web content developer. He has always been very creative with his work/designs. He push beyond his limit and creativity to give his best work for his clients. He pays close attention to every small detail and he makes sure every detail is perfect. Because of that, many people like to reach out to Daniel and he often receives great feedback from his clients.

In addition to his work, Daniel is also a very unique charismatic leader. He transforms every environment with his positive energy and personality everywhere he go. He always inspire and empower his team and students to the best of their abilities; more importantly, he is always happy and he never gives up on anyone. I got the privilege to spend some time with Daniel in his Free code camp class, where he kindly gave up his own time each week and gave us a chance to learn how to code for free in the Markham area. I have nothing but praise for this man.

Please feel free to contact me if you’d like to discuss further in relating to Daniel. I’d be happy to discuss in greater detail on my experience working with him.

Recommendation from Henry Mak

Hostel Support Worker at Fred Victor Centre

December 4, 2016, Henry worked with Daniel but at different companies

Recommendation from Ryan Zhao

Daniel is always looking for the next big thing, with cryptocurrency and block chain technology, he saw an opportunity and got his foot in the door. He’s paid attention to the news and how this technology will evolve.

Now with the prices of cryptocurrencies and interest in block chain tech booming, Daniel is looking to build on what is to come and has connected people in the GTA who are already knowledgeable in cryptocurrency and block chairs tech.

Recommendation from Ryan Zhao

Freelance Ghost writer, also investing and mining cryptocurrencies and other altcoins. I also fly a drone
July 11, 2017, Daniel worked with Ryan in the same group

Recommendation from Simon Zhang

Recommendation from Simon Zhang

Daniel is a very selfless person. He organizes the meet-ups of FreeCodeCamp for Markham & Richmond Hill, and has even arranged a course teaching web development to beginners.

He is an incredible resource to the community and great person to talk to. He’s very knowledgeable across a wide range of topics in technology, computer science, and software development. He is a great mentor for me and for many junior developers. Without Daniel, we would not have the community that he has built for the Markham and Richmond Hill region.

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Recommendation from Tommy Gebru

Recommendation from Tommy Gebru

Daniel is a steadfast Front-end Developer, he adapts to new technologies and pursues tough projects. His strong work ethic and entrepreneurial spirit makes him a joy to work with. Daniel’s cultivation of experience lends itself to peers, teams for quick mentorship and instruction.

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Recommendation from Boris Dehtiar

Recommendation from Boris Dehtiar

I worked with Daniel on several projects over the years. And Daniel was always brilliant, committed, dedicated and reliable. He always found a creative way to use new and existing technologies to solve the problems our clients faced.

Daniel is an asset to any organization. I would vouch for him any day!

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