Currently Actively Looking for PHP (Laravel please!) or Django, which I have less experience in
I also have a year experience in .NET 4.5 and C#, primarily in the form of a Windows Phone 8 app I've been working on for a while.
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Kind of an important p.s. : Geography is the most important priority in any full time position ..
I live in North Hollywood, so I vastly prefer that I work in the following areas:
I really, really prefer to *not* interview at any positions that have me driving to:
Then again ...
If, on the other hand, your company is able to supply me with
a Google self-driving car, I really don't care where the location is and you can ignore the above.
As a Back-end Developer (as well as a Windows-based Application Developer), my focus has been primarily on developing skills in abstraction more so than specific languages - i.e. modeling the real world requirements into objects and patterns to create the best road to future scalability.
I do enjoy learning the specific features of a particular language - however focusing on the meta level has been my preference. In fact, I balked at learning PHP at first, preferring to wait until 5.0 was the dominant version so that coding OO-based solutions in the positions I've held had a lot less interference from the language.
My 15 years SQL experience includes a few different brands:
- The majority of my SQL work has been using MySQL
- I have done a project using PostgreSQL.
- At Digital Insight, it was Informix,
- and when working at Media Services writing Accounting applications, it was Firebird.
I'd love to answer any questions you have on my experience, skillset, where I've been and why I prefer this framework or that Ajax library.