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About This Portland Programmer
A position as a PHP programmer would be my best position, however web development in any other language works fine too. Standard compliant code is paramount, object oriented modular design is a necessity. I can tweak up your existing design or chop your PSDs into dynamic layouts. Write your scripts that convert your data, or debug your errors, find their source and give you a solution for them. over 10 years of web development has given me the ability to grow from the mistakes I’ve made in the past and the means to find the solutions for new obstacles for the future. I like to say anything is possible, just a question of which path gets us there.
- Date: 4/2002 – Present
- Title: Software Developer
- Android – Great and love it!
- Windows – Expert and primarily use it.
- Linux – Great, for a server.
- Unix – Great, ditto.
- Visual Studio – Expert, let me debug that C# app for you.
- Photoshop – Great, as long as I don’t have to draw anything.
- Office – Expert, who isn’t?
- Gimp – Great, when once again not drawing anything.
- Eclipse – Expert, if I have to.
- Komodo – Expert and love it!
- Scite – Expert and love it!
- Netbeans – Expert and love it most of all!
- Google Docs and all those other web interfaces – Great, Haven’t seen one I can’t use fluently.
- MySQL – Expert. Advanced Left Joins? No problem.
- Sqlite – Expert and portable!
- Microsoft SQL – OK, for what it’s worth.
- PostgreSQL – Expert, just like MySQL
- ADO – OK, For what it’s worth.
- DAO – OK, If I’m forced to do it.
- Mongo – Expert, I can MapReduce that.
- C++ – OK, if I have to.
- Visual Basic – OK, please don’t make me.
- PHP – Expert, Bring it on!
- ANSI C – OK, Who uses this anymore?
- C# – Expert, lets make some delegates. As long as it’s not used in ASP.Net.
- J# – Great, just like C# with different keywords.
- VB# – Great and overkill.
- Python – Great, when it’s worth using.
- Ruby – Great, but I dislike it.
- Coldfusion – Great, if anyone uses it anymore.
- jQuery – Expert, favorite JS API.
- GTK – Great, when I design multi-portable software.
- Mono – Great, minus the dependency size!
- PEAR – Expert, if this would be called an API.
- Drupal – Great, and lots of fun.
- Zend Framework – Great, minus the size and speed of it.
- IIS – OK, if you bend my arm.
- Apache – Great, Love it on all platforms!
- Subversion – Great, but not as good as Mercurial.
- Git – OK, Also not as good as Mercurial.
- Mercurial – Expert, the only SCM that should exist.
- Filezilla – Great, my favorite FTP server and client.
- CSS – Expert, as long as the design is already drawn.
- HTML(5) – Expert, just point me at your target.
- XHTML – Expert, not much different from HTML.
- XML – Expert, simplest format I think I know.
- XSL – Great, making the simplest format, very complicated!
- Documentation – Great, writing is theraputic.
- Editing – Great, depending on what I’m editing.
- Training – DoS, trained many people doing many things.
- Hardware – Great, as long as it’s not some weird corporate machine I’ve never seen before.
- Networking – Great, yes, I know what a subnet mask is.