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Over 13 years of experience: developing scale-able applications in PHP and using Magento and Magento 2 since their official release. Leadership: strategic decision-making skills in a senior head of IT position, lead on numerous projects from enhancements to start-ups. Passion for standards: from concept to sign off, object-oriented, TDD approach with robust security and Continuous Integration. Proven results: many successful projects, with up to 35% increase in e-commerce conversion on a well-established clothing retailer. Magento Certified: having completed the Magento Certified Developer and the Magento2 On-Demand courses. Experienced, innovative and talented Magento Certified Lead Developer with management and lead developer experience, currently specialising in ecommerce systems but having the ability and motivation to bring these skills to other areas. Extensive Magento development, systems automation, test automation and performance optimisation.
PHP: Hypertext Processor (usually simply referred to as PHP) was originally created for the purpose of web development, but is now also used for more general programming projects. PHP is versatile and can be embedded in combination with an array of web frameworks and CMS. It can even be embedded in HTML code. Its cross-platform nature make it very convenient for developers, while its similarity to C programming languages makes PHP fairly easy for users with some programming knowledge to pick up quickly. PHP is also much liked for its speed, which benefits coders and end users alike. The stability of PHP is another big advantage. In use for over two decades, PHP has been thoroughly debugged and is constantly maturing.
Drupal is a popular PHP content management framework the world over, with hundreds of thousands (2.3%, in fact) of websites worldwide making use of this back end framework. With over 100,000 highly active members, Drupal is surrounded by a very productive and supportive network, which constantly contributes to the mountain of free to use modules available to all users. Drupal, in its entirety, is free to use and open source; a key factor behind its popularity. Very widely used by web developers and bloggers, this framework is highly customisable and allows for the very rapid development of websites (and more). Enterprise class, with extensive API support, there are many advantages to working with Drupal.
Many developers absolutely love working with Laravel. Designed to be enjoyable to use, this PHP web framework is considered to be especially helpful in creative projects. Very expressive, there is a lot of syntax which can be condensed into a few keystrokes with Laravel. The framework is also open source and free to use, ideal for anyone keen to give it a go. Laravel offers some well-liked features including a variety of ways to access relational databases, an orientation towards syntactic sugar and a modular packaging system. There are lots of other, highly adaptable, features to be found under the hood of Laravel, but a key benefit is its time-saving, burden-reducing aspects.
Scalability and speed are two of the biggest benefits attached to MongoDB. This NoSQL database programme allows deep, dynamic queries, clearly structures single objects, reduces complex joins and can index on any attribute; and that’s just for starters. A document oriented framework, MongoDB employs JSON-esque documents, using them to store data. This facet of the database programme significantly reduces the number of schema users must work with. Speed is another big MongoDB advantage. The internal storage it harnesses to store the working set makes this programme faster than many alternatives.