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Web Developer with 7 years experience demonstrating proficient use of MVC frameworks (Codeigniter, Magento, bespoke), jQuery, Redis, MySQL, GIT, Subversion, LAMP, Linux, node.js, Angular. Currently improving in client-side MVC (angular/backbone), ORM, socket.io, Express, Sails, Laravel
I have more than 15 years of software development experience in various industries. I am a quick learner with strong analysis skills which makes me versatile in any team. My consultancy experience allows me to adapt new environments and projects very quickly.
I have worked as Java Developer with spring for more than 6 years now . Have experience of working with some front end technologies too including angular js 1.6 version. Have worked in agile environment with latest tools and technologies .Also have basic knowledge of python and am open to learning new technologies.
I am a PHP, Drupal, Wordpress and iOS developer with several years’ experience building websites, web apps and mobile applications for clients and agencies. The focus of my work for the past few years has primarily been in the healthcare pharma sectors, which demands high standards for compliance and technical accuracy. I regularly refresh my skillsets, creating minimal viable products (MVPs) in emerging technologies such as new MVC frameworks and integrated technologies such as the Veeva iRep platform.
HTML, short for Hypertext Markup Language, is quite simply the language of the web. It is used to create websites that can be viewed by anyone else who is connected to the internet. HTML is made up of a series of short codes that are typed into a text file by a website developer. The text is then saved as an HTML file and can be viewed through a browser. That browser translates the text into a visible form, rendering a webpage (hopefully!) as the author had intended.
CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets, which describe how html text is to be displayed. That makes CSS the language of the presentation of web pages, with everything from colour, font and layout determined by the code. As well as changing the look of a web page, CSS can also be used to determine how web pages are displayed on different devices with small or large screens. Although it’s commonly used in tandem with HTML, CSS can also support any XML-based markup language.
PHP is a commonly used open source, general purpose scripting language that can be embedded into HTML for the creation of dynamic web pages for web, e-commerce and database applications. PHP is extremely powerful and is the core of the biggest blogging system on the internet (WordPress) yet it’s easy enough to learn and use to be a coding beginner’s first server-side language. It can also connect easily with databases such as Oracle, MySQL and more.