Hi, my name is Andrew Weisbeck.

I love to code responsive,
beautiful, and simple web apps.

Freelance Full Stack Developer and Entrepreneur from Raleigh, NC. north carolina state flag by icons8.com

I recently completed an Innovation Sprint through Section4 and am working on posting my experience here.
They were gracious enough to provide me a scholarship to have an incredible education experience.
Visit my Customer-Center Innovation Section4 Project Page for more!

I'm currently seeking work and am available to start immediately - here's my Resume.

Check out my content page - there you will find my Blog, Newsletter, and other learning resources and research.

Follow me on Twitter @GeauxWeisbeck4 to keep up with me - feel free to say hi!

Projects I'm proud of

Product Positioning Sprint

Project Website Made With Stackbit

I wasn't planning on attending this sprint until I got an email from Section 4 that I was able to attend any sprint for the rest of the year - included with my membership which was already a scholarship from my favorite company. Needless to say, this covered a difficult and abstract topic that I think may have been one of the most important topics for me to end up exploring in business.

I thoroughly enjoyed this sprint for many reasons, but I had such a great time learning because of April Dunford. She is a very intelligent, humorous, and thoughtful person, who made this topic easier for me to understand. I strongly recommend anyone who needs help with product positioning to purchase and read her book Obviously Awesome: How to Nail Product Positioning so Customers Get It, Buy It, Love It - I promise you will be entertained.



For my sprint project, I first considered Twilio, but I realized that they really kind of had their positioning nailed down. I had recently found this company Stackbit and found their product fascinating. I also saw that they were hiring, so I thought that this might be a good way to show that I understand their product and also for me to apply these principles to a product that I believe coudl be improved with the topics and frameworks used in this course.

Since Stackbit is a website creation platform and CMS, I thought it would be fun to use their product to present my project. I got a stomach bug the last day this project was due and I didn't finish polishing off the presentation. If there are some things that seem to be missing, I am literally adding them right now as I finish styling and polishing off the website.

Here is the link to my project where you can learn more: Product Positioning Project by Andrew Weisbeck

I hope you enjoy this project as much I enjoyed this sprint and creating my project. Feel free to reach out with any questions or requests to learn more!

Technologies used include:

  • Stackbit's Online Platform/Sourcebit
April Dunford Product Positioning Sprint

MT Man Adventures

Blog Website

This blog was created using the Jamstack framework with 11ty as my static website generator. To get started, I forked a repository from Kevin Powell and edited the HTML and CSS before I set up the config files and all the routes for my website.

The goal is to turn this project into a business. It also is serving as my Jamstack example for a March Madness series I am writing about on my newsletter, The MEANStack Developer Newsletter. I intend to grow this business and sell general goods and merchandise.

You can view my project website here:. The original GitHub repository can be found here

Technologies used include:

  • HTML, CSS, and JavaScript
  • 11ty Static Site Generator
  • Netlify Website Hosting and CMS
Image of MT Man Adventures website

Damn Snake Game

Made in Python

This is one of my favorite classic arcade games of all time. I had made this game before some years ago with HTML and JavaScript with a tutorial - oddly enough while I was first learning Python. This version was much easier to make. I was surprised there was no Pygame involved in creating this; the way the tutorial showed me to do this was with Turtle which was really fun. Credit to Dr. Angela Yu for teaching me this in her 100 Days of Projects Python Bootcamp.



I have to figure out how to render the game on my site still, but in the meantime you can download the game from it's GitHub Repository here. Once you are at the GitHub repository, go to the green Code button and click download zip file on the dropdown. Once you download the file, unzip the folder to wherever you can access it with your IDE. Open up you Python IDE and open the main.py folder in Damn Snake Game and "Run Module". Be ready because the game starts quick! Tell me what your high score is! Mine was 9.

Technologies used include:

  • Python (Turtle Module)
  • Github
  • Ubuntu Linux
Screenshot of the Damn Snake Game

Geaux Pomodoro Timer

Improve Productivity and Workflow

The Pomodoro (Pomodoro means tomato in Italian) Timer is a neat productivity tool that helps you work in sessions with short breaks, and after a certain number of runs, gives you a longer break. This was created based on the Pomodoro Technique, which breaks work up into four 25 minute sessions. After each work session, you are given a short break of 5 minuts. After all four work sessions are complete, you get a longer break that ranges from 15 to thirty minutes.
The theory behind this management method is that it reduces the number of internal and external workflow interruptions and allows you to get more work done than you would working for 5 minutes, then checking Facebook - another 5 minutes and then checking Twitter... you get the idea. If your activity gets interrupted, the activity must be recorded and postponed or the timer must be abandoned completely for the session.
You can view my project on GitHub for now while I work on getting it published to the website.

Technologies used include:

  • Python
  • tkinter
  • GitHub
Screenshot of GUI Interface

Personal Resume & Portfolio

@GeauxWeisbeck4 Personal Website

My personal website is my resume/portfolio/personal-marketing hub. You can find my educational resources that I've found or created, research I'm currently doing, working I'm doing, etc. You can find the project page here, read about it on my blog or subscribe to my newsletter.

Technologies used include:

  • HTML
  • CSS Grid
  • JavaScript
  • MEAN Stack
Screenshot of the Wall of Wonder Collections.

Contact me

Do you need a full stack developer to code your dream app? Have a research opportunity? Want to hire me or donate to a project?

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