I love a challenge and tend to take on more complex or mission critical contracts using an array of technologies, rather than your run of the mill drupal/ecommerce agency style projects.
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All in, if I've placed a bid on your project, then it's because I strongly feel that your project fits well within my core skillset, and because I have a genuine interest in it - if during discussions I feel the fit isn't quite right, I'll be sure to let you know.
Oct 28, 2013|Data Engineering|$164|Working
From a clients perspective, my forte would have to be:
- the development, or upgrading, of custom, heavily optimized, web applications and sites
- API and web service integration
- fast and accurate debugging and mission critical bug fixes
It's possibly a bad thing, but I'm a fussy developer who only works on contracts where I feel I can make a real positive difference, either to you and your business, or to your clients - I have a particular preference for good cause projects which make a difference to real people's lives, especially those in the worlds poorest countries.
Personally I typically focus on the intersection of the Semantic Web, Web Architecture, HTML, Web Apps, REST/HTTP, JS, Auth/Security and general Web Development communities, my primary focus is converging the various web technologies in order to realize Sir Tim Berners-Lee's vision of the Read Write Web of Linked Data, or Web 3.0 as some may term it.
I'm rather active in many different communities, and also do quite a lot of standardization work at the W3C, currently I'm an:
- Invited Expert at the HTML Working Group
- Invited Expert at the RDF Working Group
- Invited Expert at the RDF Web Applications Working Group
- Invited Expert at the Federated Social Web Incubator Group
- Invited Expert at the WebID Incubator Group
- Invited Expert at the Architecture of the World Wide Semantic Web Task Force from the Technical Architecture Group (TAG)
- Formerly an Invited Expert at the (now rechartered)...
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