About Us

Hi there! I’m Mike Dalisay, a pro web developer since 2010. I’m the founder of CodeOfaNinja.com web development blog.

Here you can learn PHP programming, JavaScript programming, REST APIs, and social media APIs. Click here and choose what you want to learn.

In 2015, with the help of the knowledge and skills that I teach here in codeofaninja.com, I co-founded a software development company called Codalify.

We develop and maintain several websites and web applications. The project we’re most proud of is a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) called SociableKIT. I shared our story here.


★★★★★ “Thanks for making these awesome tutorials! I bought your source codes. To be honest, it’s very readable code and helps me understand a lot of things and how it’s done in PHP. Thanks for that again.” ~ Michael Lammens

★★★★★ “I must say you are one of the finest bring I’ve come across. I have spent barely 30 minutes on your site. I already fell in love with what you do. Your narration of why you do what you do is quite and inspiration for me.” ~ Lukman

★★★★★ “Wow, I love you guys! The best web programming tutorial I’ve ever seen. So comprehensive, yet easy to follow. I love how you combine all necessary elements in such a neat structure.” ~ Olaug Nessa

★★★★★ “Mike, I just want to say thanks for generously sharing your coding skills. I am 68 and have been enthusiast of coding for a long time. Again, just wanted to thank you for the help.” ~ James Summers

★★★★★ “Thank you so much. I must admit, I love your tutorials. They helped me get hired you know. Thank you for taking the time to walk us through tutorials and making our lives easier.” ~ Bhongo

★★★★★ “The fact that you’ve put it all together saves so much time and its worth buying the code. Makes me feel good supporting a developer like yourself. Keep up the good work!” ~ Dan Hudson

★★★★★ “Thanks Mike. You really have no idea how much of a relief this is for me. Your simple database design, clean code and inherently great functions are a MAJOR step forward from all the anxiety-inducing other store setups I’ve attempted.” ~ Michael Cassetta

★★★★★ “I don’t know how to thank you for making such a beautiful website to help people in need. I should have visited your website earlier. I am 1,000,000% sure I’d have learned a lot more than I have got now. I have suggested all my friends to visit. May God bless you.” ~ Ijas

★★★★★ “Hello Sir Mike, someday, I want to be a professional web developer just like you. I’ve read much about your website and it inspired me to do well as a student. I have already shared you site with my IT friends and we really found it useful for our online learning reference. Thank you Sir, more power and God bless!” ~ Ran Jared Villanueva

The Ninjas

Marykris De Leon has been in the IT industry since 2010.

She used to work as a systems analyst. In March 2014, she shifted her career and found her passion for search engine optimization, web design, and development.

She started helping me with this site in April 2013. We both worked on it part-time with hopes that this site can make our career portfolio look good and grow our careers.

She contributed a lot to The Code Of A Ninja by helping me improve its web design, user experience, and some other features. She made use of her search engine optimization skills and customer relationship management as well.

Just in case you are curious, she and I were college classmates back in 2009. We are in a relationship since December 2010. We got married in January 2016.

I’m Mike Dalisay, a pro Software Developer since 2010. I love developing simple but useful software solutions. I’m responsible for the birth of this programming blog in September of 2010. I was using a free Blogger site.

Eventually, I registered codeofaninja.com back in June 2011 and migrated to self-hosted WordPress in 2014. I never thought people will like and support this website. I’m so grateful for that.

All tutorials and source codes in our blog are based on what I know can be useful for our learners. I also share my real-life experiences as an IT professional.

From late 2010 to early 2015, I worked for an IT company for 4 years and 8 months. I worked as a Software Developer.

In March 2015, I quit my job and co-founded a software company called Codalify. I’m very happy with this decision because I am able to serve more people in my own way. I’m very passionate about it.

Now, I get to spend more time building and maintaining my own products like this site, CodeOfaNinja, and SociableKIT.

Its about you

How about YOU? We want to learn more about you. What are the topics you want us to cover? What tutorials do you want us to make?

Please comment on some blog posts, send us messages, or connect with us via EmailFacebookTwitter, or Instagram! Let us learn more from each other and help make the web and the world a better place.

Thank you for taking the time to read this “about” page, I hope to see you on the blog sometime soon! Always take care and have a great day ahead! Cheers!

~ Mike


  1. I need to buy the pro version of facebook gallery, but i have a query.. can it work with inline framing.. as i am going to implement on my site with more details of the page.. so i don’t want people leave my page or it refresh it.

  2. In regards to the fast insert record demo: Why did you do this and why in the place it is at in AsyncInsertData?
    [this.databaseHandler = new DatabaseHandler(MainActivity.this);] Thank
    you in advance. I am trying to understand the Class and Context usage in
    the android environment.

    1. Paul Moore this is to be able to use the methods inside DatabaseHandler.java class, like deleteRecords(), insertNormal() and insertFast()

  3. I migrated the tablefreezepane.java to my HTC evo. Wow! It just flew over and ran! No work from me. The cool thing is I can immediately start to work on my situation without any typical migration issues. WooHoo!

    1. Hello @disqus_TGp2H7PAxN, I just read this comment, thanks for the kind words! I’m glad it works for you and seems like it helped a lot in the project you’re working on. :)

  4. Hi MIke your website help me a lot in learning PHP PDO database programming. Your article is very simple and easy to undertstand. Thank you very much and More Power Again.

    1. Hi Jake! We are glad, and thanks for letting us know that our article has helped you in PHP programming! Keep in touch. :)

      1. You are always welcome Mike can I also submit my work in your website? I like to share also my works to help my fellow programmers also in my small little ways. Thanks again and God Bless ;-D

      2. Sure you can, if it is useful, high quality and with the intention of helping other people or developers. Btw, I don’t give a link back, sorry!

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