I've been a software developer for over 15 years but have only recently begun freelancing. I'm therefore setting my hourly rate lower than most in my experience level in order to build up my portfolio.
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I'm very proficient on both Linux-based systems as well as Microsoft systems. I can analyze your problem, listen to your requirements and come up with the best solution for your needs.
These days I mainly work with Ruby on Rails and C# / .NET, but there aren't many programming languages out there that I haven't used: Java, PHP, VB, and Perl...
I'm a "jack of all trades" from before the term "DevOps" was cool. I can help you with whatever you need to get done from up or down the whole web application stack.
I can code your application in Rails, C#, or just about any other language, either from scratch or maintaining an existing code base.
I can use straight AJAX or a framework such as jQuery, Backbone, Knockout, or others to add client-side functionality or build an entire single-page app.
I can work on your CSS, SASS, or LESS files to create a consistent look across your application, or integrate a UI framework such as Bootstrap or Zurb Foundation.
I'm comfortable with raw SQL as well as data access frameworks and ORM tools such as Active Record and Entity Framework. I understand how relational databases work, how to optimize them, and what the tradeoffs are between back-end performance and front-end functionality.
I can integrate caching systems and/or message queuing systems such as Memcached, Redis, AppFabric, RabbitMQ, or ActiveMQ into your application.
I've worked with several different cloud platforms such as AWS and Digital Ocean, and am comfortable provisioning and deploying these systems.
I'm familiar with all of the current source code control systems such as Git, TFS, and Subversion.
I can perform any type of automation with just about any of the above technologies. For example if you'd like to set up a GitHub service hook to update your in-house bug tracking system on certain actions, I can...
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