Top Senior Knockout.js Developers - Sep 2017
Software Development, Architecture and Team Management Consultant
Software Development Coach
Generalist Software Developer and Software Development Coach. I think testing is very important; a tight development process is key; and that reviewing your requirements regularly for completeness, consistency and accuracy will minimize the cost of "surprises". I like to know the big picture, am detail oriented and love the challenge of jumping into projects where I know little or nothing about the problem domain or technology stack. I believe in learning something new every day and that process improvement is all about being intentional with your time and effort.
Telerik Kendo UI MVP, MSDN Author, MCPD, Coder, Hacker, App/Dev Architect @ Neudesic, Blogger, Dad & hooked on TypeScript & MEAN stack!
Able to do scheduled sessions on same day of request, please schedule and we can coordinate from there. Didn't have a self introductory video for my profile, however here's one of my training videos on one of my expertise listed: frameworks. http://blog.longle.io http://twitter.com/lelong37 http://developer.telerik.com/community/developer-experts http://codeplex.com/site/users/view/lelong37 http://linkedin.com/in/lelong37 http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/ee532098.aspx?sdmr=LongLe http://github.com/lelong37
Experienced Software Engineer
Digital roughneck, devoted developer, hardcore geek, movie buff, co-founder of two kids, multithreaded Dutchman.
Professional full-stack developer, with a broad range of interests regarding development and geekiness in general. Most importantly, besides having over a decade of experience, is that I seem to have a sweet spot for simplifying issues due to pragmatism and a decent dose of common sense.
CTO and full stack/CMS developer on MS stack, 22 years experience
I've worked as a CTO, in agencies, and as a one man solutions shop for small businesses. I've used 2 commercial CMSs and built 2 of my own. Very experienced developer from hardcore search algorithms to building jQuery plugins for responsive design. Just started a project to market the second CMS I wrote commercially - currently converting it to ASP.Net Core. Currently tech mentoring startups at Microsoft Ventures London.
Full-stack Developer and DevOp
My name is Dan Pratt (firstname.lastname@example.org). I consider myself a Full-stack Developer and DevOp. I know those are pretty heady buzzwords to hit you with right out of the gate, but I’m being genuine. I am truly Full-stack. I have routinely worked front-to-back (HTML/CSS to JS to Backend to DB) on projects, and at points of my career have worked full projects solo because it was the most cost-effective way to get something done. My current preferred stack is React/Reduct, Python/Flask, and Postgres. In the past it was Ruby on Rails, Knockout, Postgres. Before that it was .NET MVC, jQuery, and Microsoft SQL. Before that it was PHP and jQuery and MySQL. So yeah, lots of stacks, lots of change over time. I am really just learning how to effectively use React and Redux together, but I am a strong advocate for their use. I find that in every project where we’ve used React, we’ve had more flexibility in the front-end and much easier time refactoring for improvements or due to changing requirements. I would call myself a strong beginner with React/Redux, but I have a very strong background in complex client-side applications and am transitioning comfortably to React/Redux. I started my career in IT, managing servers and networks. I focused on performance and security. As I’ve transitioned into application development role I find that these skills are more often than not a strong differentiator for me. I truly understand how to full tech-stack works. I’ve been very pleased with the DevOps movement, along with Continuous Deployment, Continuous Integration and the related technologies. Mostly I’m a giant nerd. I like building things. Web apps are what I know how to build. I’d be lost trying to sculpt or build a house or fix a car, but I can build killer web apps. I like to read, I like how it introduces us to some many different possibilities, so many different universes. My partner and I run a book review website called Afterwords (www.afterwords.io) where we write about books. I’m nerdy enough that I have a full-sleeve tattoo comprised of various fantasy characters and elements: A hobbit house, Aslan, The Last Unicorn and the Red Bull, The Eye of Sauron, Smaug, a Wizard, Vampire, and Werewolf, and even a couple of dementors for good measure. I’m different. It’s not something I was comfortable with when I was younger, but I view it as my core strength now. I see the world differently. If you’d like to see some technical writing that I’ve done, check out: The Case for Constant Progress aka Building the Right Thing at the Right Time is Right, Right? [https://medium.com/@innov8d/the-case-for-constant-progress-b427286983e7] Deployment Automation FTW! Around these parts we love automation. That’s not just because automating things is fun (it totally is — anything else is fighting words)… [https://medium.com/@innov8d/deployment-automation-ftw-acf904b5789] Horror Stories from the Development Trenches Why Multiple Developer Workflow is Important [https://medium.com/@innov8d/horror-stories-from-the-development-trenches-728160999eb8]
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