Christina Truong

Tech Educator + Front-end Developer

As a developer, I specialize in creating modular and scalable front-end architectures. As an educator, I focus on creating inclusive learning environments, instructor training and curriculum development.

I’m also exploring more creative pursuits designing tee shirts and accessories for Nuthin’ But a Tee Thang, an online store I’m running with my husband.

Featured Projects

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Lynda & LinkedIn Learning course list

Lynda / LinkedIn Learning Courses

Developed content and instruction for various CSS and front-end focused web development courses including CSS Essential Training, Getting Your Website Online, Design Systems & Architectures and more.

LinkedIn Learning
Women and Tech website


Women&&Tech was launched in 2012 to feature interviews with different women working in the tech industry. I became familiar with them when I was invited to be one of the interviewees! A few years later, I joined the team and helped with the relaunch of the site as the front-end architect.

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The Wire Ipsum website

The Wire Ipsum

After coming back from teaching a JavaScript workshop, I felt inspired to create something just for fun. I realized that of all the content/lorem ipsum generators available, there was nothing for HBO’s The Wire fans. I searched for domain and it was available! Generate some content for your projects today.

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Work Experience

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Front-end Developer & Educator


July 2006-Present

Provides various front-end related services ranging from development work, speaking engagements, instructor training, workshops, and curriculum development. See more at

Director of Curriculum

Ladies Learning Code

July 2014 - February 2016

Managed all curriculum for the adult programs. Created teaching materials and implemented instructor training across 20+ Canadian chapters.

Key contributions:

  • Overhauled the curriculum and standardized the content and delivery.
    • Created 9 new workshops focusing on HTML, CSS, JavaScript, jQuery, Wordpress and Responsive Web Design.
    • Created all Hackapalooza content (2 day conference style event) consisting of 2-4 hour workshop sessions.
    • Created interactive slide deck template for consistent national workshop branding.
    • Developed the Digital Skills part-time program curriculum.
  • Provided training for all instructors focusing on creating an inclusive and engaging learning environment.
  • Maintained the website.
  • Volunteer lead instructor from 2011-2014 for Toronto workshops and several chapter launches.

Lead Front-End Developer

Field iD

March 2013 - February 2014

Lead the front-end development for the in-house safety inspection software.

Key contributions:

  • Responsible for setting code standards for the front-end development.
  • Created a fully customized front-end framework, including the UI/UX design.
  • Standardized the site architecture and design.


Seneca College - Toronto, ON

Webmaster Content Site Design Certificate, 2006

14 week full-time program covering HTML, CSS, Flash, Photoshop, PHP and JavaScript.

York University - Toronto, ON

Bachelor of Arts with Honours, 2001-2005

Double Major in Communications & Psychology.

San Jose State University - San Jose, CA

General Studies, 2000