Hi, I’m Can. (Pronounced John)

I’m a Front-End Developer.

I build accessible and user-friendly websites.

My Resume
headshot photo of me (Can Rozanes) taken by Pam Lau



I am a Web Developer based in Toronto, Canada and I’m a recent graduate of HackerYou College of Technology.

I have background in Electrical Engineering and two years of experience as an Operations Manager in various analytical roles. Recently I made a career transition and participated in HackerYou's Immersive Web Development Bootcamp, after having completed various university and online courses on Python, Object Oriented Programming, and Algorithm Design. Currently I'm looking for opportunities as a Developer in companies that value employee learning and have a strong culture of mentorship.

When I’m not coding, I love reading historical fiction and non-fiction, taking my bike out for a ride, travelling and enjoying the outdoors.

Skills & Toolbox

  • HTML5
  • CSS3
  • SASS
  • JavaScript
  • jQuery
  • React
  • Git
  • Github

Working On

  • Node
  • Express


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Personal Date Night

React|JavaScript|Rest API|SASS|CSS3|HTML5|Collaborative

Sometimes you just need a break from your partner but you already got a babysitter. Now couples can go to different events in similar locations and at the same time.

screenshots of my project Toronto Commuter shown on a desktop and an iphone screen


React|JavaScript|Rest API|CSS3|HTML5

Do you sometimes wake up and are not sure if you should bike to work today due to weather? This application tells you what the weather will be like at the city of your choice and the time slot you are commuting in.

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Who Wants to be a Developer?

JQuery|JavaScript|Rest API|SASS|CSS3|HTML5|Collaborative

Test your Computer Science Trivia! A computer science focused trivia game in the format of "Who Wants to be a Millionaire.

screenshots of the vanilla-js-mastermind project shown on a desktop and an iphone screen



Put your logic skills to the test as you try to break the randomly generated code within 8 tries. Built using only vanilla JavaScript and zero dependencies.

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Remember Your Number!


Average human can remember upto 7 digits. How many can you remember? This is a game that randomly generates numbers and asks the user to remember them.

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Mind'n Soul


This project is a multipage PSD conversion to a fully responsive site using HTML and CSS.