About AloeRoot

Steph: Owner and Chief Geek

Stephanie of AloeRoot Web Services

I’m Stephanie van Doleweerd, and I’ve been building websites professionally since the year 2000.

I’m an artist (painting and drawing, mostly). I also teach and practice martial arts here in North Bay, enjoy gardening, and love working on my 110-year-old house.

On a professional level, I’m passionate about keeping my skills up-to-date, and learning as much as possible. I’m what’s known as a “full-stack developer”, with skills in graphic design, and a solid understanding of the technical elements of managing domain names and web hosting.

I have a Graphic Design Production diploma and a post-grad certificate in Interactive Multimedia from Canadore College.

Being both a designer and a programmer means I can give you an attractive site with all the modern features – a site that will rank well in the search engines and put a professional face on your business.


Verdon VaillancourtVerdon: Systems Admin and Technical Consultant

My name is Verdon Vaillancourt. I am a programmer/analyst with a specialization in server administration and web application development.

I am also a musician, artist and all-round tinkerer, living in North Bay, Ontario, Canada. I also stay busy with lots of other community involvement.

I have been developing websites and web applications since the earliest days of the internet. A natural evolution of this for me has been managing the servers that run these solutions, which has seen me develop my own hosting services for over a decade now. My clients have included a broad cross-section of personal, business, government, and academia.

Musically, I play a broad selection of folk and acoustic classic tunes of all genres. I play pubs and private parties, dining rooms and patios, weddings and pretty much anywhere else people want to gather and enjoy some live music.


Greg WottonGreg: Hardware Repair Hero, Solver Of Difficult Tech Problems

I’m Greg Wotton. I’ve spent most of my life working with computers. Learning programming in the early 80’s on the Commodore machines, I developed a love of computers that has been with me my entire life.

Working at IBM fed my fascination with infrastructure and IT hardware. As a Thinkpad technician, I became an expert at repairing and troubleshooting laptops. When I moved to North Bay at the beginning of the 2000s, I continued to work in hardware repair and to share that knowledge as a professor at a business college.

My wide computing interests include 3D graphics and CAD programs, desktop publishing, web programming, database systems, systems administration, information management, video production, image manipulation, audio and music recording and production, OS scripting, systems development and design, building, repairing, refurbishing, and upgrading computers and laptops, and many other aspects of modern technology.

 

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