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  1. This is my first post on the new Equestria Daily forums. Considering that all Pony Free Posts go in this section, and since this is a pony free post, I feel that it would be more socially appropriate to post here. I have experience in HTML5, Javascript, Java, AngularJS, PHP, MySQL, SQL Server, CSS3, Bootstrap, little bit of JQuery, XML for Android Apps, and UML Modeling. I have been developing websites ever since I was 13 years old. I have over 10 years experience of website development. My portfolio of websites includes this fine collection here, one for personal use, and one for which I have developed for a client: I am working to learn languages and frameworks to apply to my skillset. Right now I am working on Node.js and learning how to work with Node.js on API calls, including GET, PUT, POST, and DELETE. This is what is known as RESTful APIs. Hostgator does not comply very well with Node.js or Java applications. I would like to find a free web host where I can practice developing my skills as a web application developer. Or better yet, I can continue with my strong suits in Java and AngularJS, learning how to develop programs using those technologies. Some of you are already quoting Sweetie Belle right now, "That sounds a bit over our heads." A lot of people tell me that when I tell them what my skillset is. How many of you here on this forum have any software development skills like me? Does anyone have any particular experience in Java and AngularJS. I can tell you that some PHP, MySQL, JavaScript libraries, HTML5, and CSS styling went into the making of this forum.