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An experienced Software Developer with extensive knowledge of designing and implementing front-end and back-end systems, from highly graphical custom GUIs and video streaming to multithreaded high performance messaging systems and hardware control. With good communication skills, easy team integration and a strong desire to maintain the latest industry knowledge.
Microsoft and Cisco certified IT professional. IT and Business Information Systems graduate with an impressive academic background and technical skill-set; underpinned by experience in multifaceted settings, necessitating self-motivation and positive response to pressure. Strong team builder with excellent interpersonal communication and problem solving skills; committed towards on-going personal and professional development, showcased through current focus on extending programming skills in Design Patterns, Test Driven and Behaviour Driven Development, Ruby, C#
I am an extremely hard-working and driven individual, with a proven background in software development. I am not content to ‘do a job’ and simply work hard, but I require quantifiable success from my endeavours, whether that means delivering a project on time, developing innovative solutions or building an excellent team. This has been shown in my track record in that I have excelled in each of the environments in which I have worked. I thrive when communicating and relationship building – and am a very real asset to the organisations I work with. I have a number of years of system development experience using .NET framework via C# and the Microsoft Stack including Xamarin. I also have proved experience with DBMS such as Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL and PostgreSQL and good experience with NoSQL on MongoDB. I have acquired great experience on the Cloud, primarily through the AWS environment, using services such as EC2, RDS, S3, Route 53 & DMS. I am passionate about remaining ahead of the curve with technology, and applying it to business goals in an intelligent way. I believe that working as part of a team environment with clear methodology is the best possible way to achieve our IT goals, and we as a group can ensure that the business meets and exceeds its targets.
A highly successful Mobile Application Developer, with exceptional technical expertise and a proven track record of success across the commercial market sector. Providing extensive insight into business service and performance delivery drivers, with the ability to develop solutions to align with the strategic operational vision of the organisation, resulting in a consistently improved business service performance.
Java is a general purpose computer programming language that was first released in 1991 under the name of OAK and experienced limited success. It was modified and re-released with the name Java in 1995 and aimed at the World Wide Web. Today, Java is one of the most popular languages for developing content on the web with around 9 million Java developers around the world. In fact, there are still many websites and applications that will not operate properly unless Java is installed.
Scala is a general purpose programming language that was created with the intention of becoming ‘a better Java’. As such, it has a lot of similarities to Java, for example, it is possible to use a lot of the Java libraries within Scala, along with a number of third-party libraries as well. Scala was first introduced in 2003. Since then, it has developed a significant following as an extremely concise, logical and powerful language.
Python can be used to build just about anything with the right tools and libraries. Python is often used to develop desktop apps, games and productivity tools, but it can also be used for backend web development, data analysis, artificial intelligence and more. One of the biggest benefits of Python is that it’s easy to understand because Python reads like English, which takes much of the syntax learning stress off coding beginners, but it’s also fun to use.