Hi there! I’m Earl Peter, a web developer from Philippines! People usually call me “Early” or names like that.

Because the Lord is always with me, fear shall not move me.

Ps. 16:8 simplified

You can contact me through the contact page. For business inquiries, you can contact me through my LinkedIn profile.

Recent Posts

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    PHP Email Forwarder

    PHP Email Forwarder automatically gets all unread message from a specified IMAP/POP3 email account. Then forwards using PHP Mail() it to another email address or list of email addresses. You may use this for your company email, in which, messages received can be forwarded to multiple employees.Read More »
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    Better Error Handler for WordPress Debugging

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    PHP Combine Path

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About me

Ever since I was a child, I dreamed to design and build! Lego, building blocks, and other non-sense trash here and there. First on the dream list, an architect. I also started to play the piano when I was 6. Next on the dream list, being a pianist. I tried joining competitions, practicing every day but was never able to win even runner-ups.

I began to think those silly art ideas (drawing, architectural design, and attempted music compositions) are childish and not really attention-worthy. Huh, too much for an 8-year-old kid to think? My parents, however, still encouraged me to follow my dreams. “School will refine that hidden talent in you”, they said.

Doubting my skills, I started to find new hobbies and ended up creating random maps for the game Nemesis of the Roman Empire. It even included a C script for you to configure game conditions and user interaction. I don’t know what it was, so I called it a sequence since it does one line of code at a time.

I opened existing maps as a reference and took note of how they did what they did and wrote it down in my notebook. At age 10, I learned about game’s callable methods, conditions, and loops! I use to call them commands, if’s, and repeaters. (I’ll try to recreate them now so you’ll have an idea of what it was)

Sadly, my parents aren’t tech-savvy, so eventually, I lost the copy of the maps I made a few years later. However, my uncle noticed I wrote code and achieved something awesome! He even recommended me a few tutors and online help where I can learn more. When I finished highschool, I learned about HTML, CSS, and even a little PHP.

Not everything started great. I solve problems every day but face more problems the time I fix my previous mess. To fail from time to time is only human, but to be a failure is when we are defeated by failure, refusing to rise and try again.

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