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AWS certified solutions architect and a principal developer. Experienced in development, DevOps, security and management, I speak the language of all stakeholder types, find solutions and get things done.
Full stack developer who is used to cover all areas related to web development: frontend, backend and devOps. It doesn't matter whether the task involves a monolithic or microservices architecture, react or angular. The most important thing is to plan, test and execute in order to solve any given challenge.
IT Mainframe Consultant & AWS Cloud Certified (3 times)
I am a highly motivated and adaptable IT professional with over 30 years’ experience, while the majority of this time has been based around Mainframes, recently studies and qualifications have me leaning towards diversifying towards gaining more experience in the Cloud Platform, concentrating on the AWS Cloud infrastructure.
Currently a freelance WordPress and front-end web developer, with a good knowledge of PHP as well. I have a professional attitude and work hard to provide what the client wants, in time and on budget.
When you need an enthusiastic, passionate, professional, hardworking and reliable developer with lots of experience working in product development and agency style work structures with strong communication skills, technical organisational strategy and workforce development experience.
Around work I've created uklaraveljobs.com to keep up-to-date with technologies and opportunities and showcase my interest and skills in using the Laravel framework.
Java is a general purpose computer programming language that is specifically designed to have as few implementation dependencies as possible. Once an application has been written using the Java language, the code runs on most operating systems including Windows, Mac OS and Linux. Java borrows quite heavily from the syntax from the C and C++ programming languages. Despite being released in 1995, Java is still one of the most popular programming languages, particularly for client-server web applications.
Ruby is an open source, object-orientated language that was given its name because according to its developer, Yukihiro Matsumoto, it’s ‘a jewel of a language’. Although it’s a very high-level language, it’s fun to work with and easy to learn and get started in. Developed mostly on Linux, Ruby works across most platforms including DOS, Windows, Macintosh, BeOS and OS/2 and can be used for a whole host of applications including web applications, system utilities, web servers, database work and backups.
Docker is a modern tool designed for developers and system administrators that makes it easier to create, deploy and run applications through the use of ‘containers’. Containers allow developers to package up an application so it includes all the parts, such as libraries and other dependencies, so it can be shipped out as a single entity. That gives the developer the peace of mind that the application will run on any Linux machine irrespective of any customised settings that might exist.
As interest in computer programming and dynamic languages in particular has grown, more and more people are running into a concept called Lambda. A lambda is essentially a block of code used to identify an anonymous function which allows you to write quick throwaway functions without naming them. Lambdas cannot be used in languages like C, C++, C# or Java but they are used heavily in Lisp and in the Ruby scripting language. In fact, they are one of the main reasons why many developers like using Ruby for scripting.