I have over 15 years commercial experience developing software and database solutions. Projects have ranged through Biometric Time and Attendance, Warehouse and distribution, Order Processing and Sales forecasting.
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I am currently working as a freelance developer but prior to this for four years I worked for a dedicated IT software company providing solutions for multiple external customers. This has required me to use my knowledge and experience to design, develop, implement and support a number of applications. I have taken these...
The way I work - I am a freelance IT developer based in East Yorkshire (UK), my preference is for working from home on small to medium projects.
I look for work that has a development requirement time of less than 6 months and that is manageable by me.
The ideal way I like to set things up is to have a contract which allows for development and support over a period of time, usually 12 to 24 months and often on a recurring basis.
I am willing to take on a sample 'prove my skills' mini project free of charge in order to reassure you that my work is of the highest standard.
The key skill areas I offer services for:
Database - I specialise in SQL Server and MySQL and can offer full services including database design and implementation, indexed tables, triggers, stored procedures, DTS Packages, optimisation, integrity checking, data cleansing, upgrading.
VB.Net - I specialise in creating desktop applications written in VB.Net and can offer full services including software design, modular development, forms creation, dll creation, sdk interfacing, database linking, multi-user systems, VB6 upgrades, MS office integration.
PHP - I have a good knowledge of PHP and can offer full services including website extension, database integration, dynamic web pages, standardised includes, full software design and implementation.
css/html - I have enbraced the new standards of css3 and html5 and can offer full services including standardised web page layouts, enchanced features such as...
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