I have a degree in Program Engineering. I've worked on a couple of faculty projects, my work was mostly done in C#, Java and SQL. Have done some functional testing as well. Currently working on perfecting C# and SQL
I have a degree in Program Engineering. I've worked on a couple of faculty projects, my work was mostly done in C#, Java and SQL. Have done some functional testing as well. Currently working on perfecting C# and SQL.
Been doing some kind of work since 12 years of age, along with studying and maintaining a rich social circle, through which I met different kinds of people with different ideas and experiences.
The company that I currently work at develops mainly c#, we worked on a desktop betting application for an Australian company called Probet, we also made a website for them, and a Windows Azure application should be finished any time now.
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So far I've worked on a number of different technologies and in various environments, C# is my language of preference, and in it a lot of MVC, unit testing, agile programming, dependency injection, a little web services, and I'm sure I'm forgetting something but those are the most important bits. I'm comfortable with Java as well, I have some SQL notches on my belt.
I've been working all sorts of jobs for all kinds of bosses. The moment I knew that I'll never work anything else was the moment I first started debugging c# code. It made sense instantly, suddenly everything was connected, the syntax was perfect and harmonic. Each next line was completing the story, I felt like a mistake should never be made with instructions this clear, everything was flowing without interruptions.
It has been some years since those days. Throughout those years I realized that mistakes can be made, and in fact are made every day by thousands of programming enthusiasts all over the world, many of them much smarter and experienced than me. But the programming world still exists, even improving. Daily. We're all aware of how technology changed our lives. For me, that change, or revolution to be more precise, is something that I must be a part of. The best way of achieving that was to become one of the architects who contribute to a smarter, more sophisticated tech-world, the creators of tomorrow, and I'm delighted that I belong to that community.
I can get a little passionate about this sort of things, that is my major virtue and vice.
Because of my three-year stay in Wildwood, NJ, and South Beach, Miami, FL, during which I worked in a highly stimulative, multicultural environment, I can easily say that my English is nearly perfect.
My love for travel and constant self-made income have made it possible for me to visit many countries throughout the globe, and learn about different cultures and lifestyles, an experience which I find most valuable and profound. I see myself as a hustler, and creating smart and beautiful code is my hustle and probably my life-long ambition.
Don't hire at your own risk.