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- Fixed 30+ bugs with existing legacy AngularJS and WebAPI applications - Created 20+ RESTful API endpoints using ASP.Net WebAPI - Converted legacy .NET 4.5 web applications to .NET Core 1.1 and deployed code to production - Rewrote the document preview system and added additional file types to be cached, improving cache hits by 10% - Saved 5% of AWS infrastructure costs per quarter by moving multiple applications logs from disk to SumoLogic - Architected and built document searching abilities using AWS CloudSearch without adding additional load to the SQL database
I have gained significant experience in professional software development by designing and developing web based systems since 1997 in both the private and public sectors. Over the past six years I have worked solely on the .NET platform, with strong experience gained in MVC, Webforms and Winforms up to .NET 4.0. I consider myself a team player, enthusiastic and motivated towards producing software of the highest standard
I have a long term disability and I’m looking to return to full-time employment to match my health which I am fully fit to do. I seek a challenging role to match my keen enthusiasm for coding and producing innovative solutions for projects I have a serious and passionate desire for. I have a programming blog at www.bifrost.pro.
C Sharp (usually rendered as “C#”) was developed by Microsoft in the early noughties. Used incredibly widely, C# has a huge range of possible applications, making it a very advantageous programming language to have under your belt. A multi-paradigm language, C# has many different advantages including options for code reuse and encapsulation. The language’s Microsoft foundations mean that there is a wealth of documentation available for C#. This also makes the language particularly helpful when working on Windows applications. Apply a Xamarin framework and it’s ready to use for mobile apps too!
There’s absolutely no chance that you’ve never encountered HTML before. This utterly ubiquitous markup language is one of the foundational components of the World Wide Web (alongside Java and CSS). In fact, anyone who has every posted a blog is sure to have some awareness of HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language). Every browser in the world makes use of HTML, which is why every developer, designer and even slightly web-savvy individual should have a good grasp of this language. Fortunately, it’s very straightforward to get to grips with, even if it does come with many limitations.
A good understanding of SQL (Structured Query Language) is crucial for anybody involved with RDBMS (Relational Database Management Systems). The way that SQL allows users to handle data makes it an indispensable piece of kit for developers, analysts and anyone involved with big heaps of data. This language allows users to open multiple simultaneous records with one command, pinpoint records without an index and generally work more powerfully and efficiently with vast databases. Time-saving and code efficient, this language is very widely used for good reason.