Yes, you are looking at a relatively blank page. I am it fact a web developer; mostly backend development with PHP. Which means you should be looking at a fancy page with all the bells and whistles, right? Well yes but have you ever seen a mechanic finish working on their own car?
Basically the same concept. Start projects for myself and then never get around to finishing it. Trying to build a site for yourself tends to end up like trying to swim the ocean. You end up starting with a grand plan and then spend a ludicrous amount of time thinking of all the 'what ifs' for when you get to the other side. Once you actually put your toes in the water, the project has lost its luster.
If you would like you see any of these half started projects, check out my Bitbucket account at https://bitbucket.org/handspiker2. You'll see a bit of everything. Some PHP, ASP.NET, Java, Node.js, Lua, Python, and whatever language or technology I thought was interesting at the time. Even the shoddy portfolio that was thrown together because it was a requirement of a college course.
That being said I do actually have some profession projects under my belt. I have worked at agencies in past such as Kula Partners, Cossette Media, and am currently working at Verb Interactive as a backend developer. The projects include mixtures of WordPress, Drupal, HubSpot, Symfony, and surprising amounts vehicle/tire APIs. If you would actually like to know more about the projects, give me a shout.
If you would like to get in contact with me, the best ways are usually Twitter, email, or Linkedin.