I am a rare breed. I'm a freelancer that holds my clients above the money I make. I don't do this to become a millionaire, but do it to solve programs and ultimately help my employers find success in their plans.
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I'm Austin Heerwagen and I'm attending Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX as a computer science major. I've been developing for over 6 years now and have experience in an broad range of businesses. Through my experience and education I have an indepth knowledge of efficient data structures and algorithms to make sure that...
Both my personal experimentation and freelancing have led me to being exposed to many different areas of business. In the last six years I've been heavily involved in desktop application development, web development, video game development, and data mining. My own internet marketing business has created a need for automated bots to interact with internet pages as well and this is where most of my work comes with. Out of all of the projects I have completed I have a 5.0/5.0 rating and have been rehired by numerous employers.
Why I'm better than other bidders:
- Honesty. I will never accept a project that I'm not 110% certain that I can do exactly what the employer once. If there may be some roadblocks I mention them before I'm awarded the project.
- Feedback. I want to see you and your plans succeed, and because of my broad business background I typically can provide some feedback on your design/program if you want. This can give me a little bit more work to do, but it doesn't matter if it makes you more successful!
- Communication. Some of the best developers I know are international, based in China and India. However, I also know first hand that sometimes it can be difficult to communicate what you want due to the language barrier. With me, you don't have this problem and I will always listen to you and most of the time clarify what you want. I'm always available on Skype and email and for larger projects I will give out my personal phone number for your to contact me...
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