Again, this works great for the bare-minimum requirements - practicing Bootstrap to make a one page static website. I would recommend playing around with the CSS to make it your own.
A couple things you could include
- Head section - Creating a hero landing showing who you are! Then move into the About Me section, explaining what the page is about.
- Create a practice portfolio - an image gallery will help you work with images
- Margin and padding - Definitely work on layout. The text is up against the borders, which is aesthetically pleasing. One big issue for me is the floating Twitter, IG, and Github links.
- Responsiveness - Resize your page and check it out on mobile! As your page collapses, so does your Wall-E image
I would suggest to continue learning and come back to this project to improve your CSS and design skills! If you have any questions, let me know
Thanks for your suggestions.