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- 4 years experience
Sometimes there's nothing quite as smooth or robust as a good Python web application. My time as a contract developer for Invisible Hands (http://invisiblehands.ca/) and Open North (http://www.opennorth.ca/) gives the necessary experience for building robust and large scale commercial applications in any iteration of Python or Django.
- 1 year experience
I have been a Bitcoin and Ethereum miner since February 2017. Montreal's rapid growth in this realm has given me rich first-hand experience. I've been handling projects for Blocksense (https://bloksense.io/), a company specializing only in blockchain-related projects.
- 5 years experience
I can help with full stack php development and with most libraries and frameworks. Specializing in custom cms integrations and custom theme integrations for Wordpress and Drupal.
- 5 years experience
My experience as a project manager and senior engineer provided crucial experience creating custom REST and SOAP APIs, or integrating existing strategies. I've created and maintained over 10 custom CMS, CRM, and ERP solutions using a combination of both custom API and existing API integration strategies.
- 6 years experience
Could've been better
Drew is a great teacher! he has a lot o patience to explain things and explains in a very clear way
Feb 22, 2017
Feb 3, 2017
He was very nice to meet
Jan 26, 2017
My mentor was wonderful! He wasn't able to immediately solve my issue, but he quickly pointed me in the direction I need to go to get what I needed for further debugging. He was pleasant to work with, and patient with my lack of programming skills. :)
Aug 27, 2015
Great job, yet again. Super helpful with not only code examples but the why it works and some things to watch out for. Learning a lot from Drew.
Aug 26, 2015
I walked away with not only better code but a better understanding of why. That's always super helpful.
Aug 25, 2015