Who am I? I'm Jason Cloete. I'm nerd, I'm a live-and-let-live type of person, I'm a coder, I'm a lot of things. I'm currently staying in Cape Town, South Africa. I'm very passionate about my work and it shows in my personal and professional life. I also love nature and I love to hike, run and cycle.

Why do I love coding? It's an activity where you create something from scratch and end up with an awesome product that does everything you want to and in the way that you want to. It's very rare to find something like that, professions usually just process inputs into outputs. I also love coffee a lot! If I would be described as a machine that converts time into code, then coffee would definitely be the catalyst.

I'm also a music enthusiast and I listen to most genres. If you have any music suggestions feel free to let me know!


I love coding microservices due to the strongly typed nature of C# and the cross platform ability of .NET. I do have some creativity up my sleeve though, I'm no stranger to web, mobile and game development. I currently code mostly in C# but I know a little Python, Swift and Java. If you would like to know more about my professional career feel free to check out my LinkedIn profile.

I also have a Raspberry Pi for the odd tinkering here and there. If you have any suggestions for projects that I should check out, please let me know.


Since I enjoy being surrounded by nature I always have subjects to shoot. I'm still new to photography but I'm getting quite experienced and skilled. I love to put up photos on my Instagram account. All the photos on this website were taken by me (except of course the photo of me).


I'm a more logical person but I've been experimenting in the creative sphere. I have some experience designing adverts and other marketing media. I'm also teaching myself creative concepts and skills.

Creativity all starts with an idea and willingness to try something new or take a risk. Granted creativity cannot be taught but creative concepts can!

A good layout, color scheme and clean design can go a long way.

When I was in school I didn't really like the art or designing subjects. When I had designing subjects in varsity I fell in love. The act of combining the technical aspects with the design aspects intrigued me.


I have been amazed and intrigued by gaming since I had my first computer at an age where I had just started counting and talking. I try to make time to enjoy some casual gaming in my free time. Give me a good story or really fun mechanics and I'm sold