Eric Njanga is an African web developer and technologist living in Toronto, Canada. His country of origin is Cameroon and his first language is French.
Eric studied applied computer science at the University Of Montreal between 2004 and 2006 and later started his career in 2007. Since then, he attended various programs of continuing education in web development.
Eric Njanga excels in the engineering of single plage applications. He relishes the process of planning, designing and developing complex front-end solutions.
He helps design and integrates complex solutions, designs wire-frames, gives advice on User Experience and works on adapting front-end solutions into various system flow.
Shortly after leaving Montreal he moved to Toronto and first worked for 4 years as a junior, then intermediate front-end developer for a couple of digital agencies, then became a freelancer for six years and worked for several high profile corporations in Canada and the US.
In 2017, he helped found and develop UkumbiTV, a video streaming platform for French-speaking Africans where he still contributes part-time.
Past time activities
Eric Njanga enjoy socializing in modern urban settings, love discussing various topics related to good city lifestyle. He is an amateur blogger, short story writer and dancer.
When he has strictly nothing to do, he either writes a new short story or read a book (biography, fiction, history)
Eric plans to become a team-lead, to teach front-end development and to explore possible applications of his expertise into tomorrow’s hot topics (artificial intelligence, internet of things, sustainable urbanism).