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Professional and hobbyist experience building internal tools for various teams. Lots of experience with virtualization and networking, can also help with programming woes. Love helping people blast through annoying hitches and roadblocks so they can get on with the awesome things they're building.
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- 3 years experience
Experience with UI side JS as well as (more recently), using Node JS. Of late, I've been using TypeScript or ES6 with a preprocessor, but have sufficient experience with both browser side and server side JS to be able to help you with whatever issues you run into. Having wrestled all kinds of preprocessors and JS tooling, I can also help with any issues concerning Yeoman, grunt, gulp, or JSPM.
- 5 years experience
I like Python for its lack of ceremony and the ability to quickly model problems. Armed with itertools and the expressiveness of Python, it is very easy to come up with concise, elegant solutions to many algorithmic problems. I've been using Python on and off for programming exercises, coursework, web dev, and QA scripting for around 5 years.
- 3 years experience
I love C#'s expressive power, and the ability it affords to fluidly switch between functional and object oriented paradigms. This is the language I reach for first when developing new solutions. Familiar with most iterations of the language up to C# 6.
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Assad has this uncanny ability to take something that I've made a total mess of, analyze it, and proceed to show me a better way. Much respect for this man. A mentor that I constantly find myself comparing other mentors to. Rarely do they match up.
May 14, 2017
Has a solid command of the mean stack and can learn from documentation on the fly. We made progress the entire time we were on the call. Highly recommended.
Dec 26, 2016
Very patient, and much better at math than I am :D He paused the session when we werent making any forward motion and went into debugging mode to get us back on track
Dec 26, 2016
Today we worked on Rxjs Observables, .combineLatest() and the .filter() operator. I really appreciate the patience and time that Asad is willing put in in order to ensure I understand exactly what is happening in the code. Also, to receive acknowledgement from your mentor that you are progressing feels really good. Thanks again.
Oct 9, 2016
Thanks Asad for your determination and passion for code. Thanks for all your help.
Sep 15, 2016
today we continued our session on Rxjs Observables, Subscribe(), .map , .mergeMap(), .filter(), .combineLatest(), & .take(). He also demonstrated the use of typescript. Great session and I am learning a lot.
Sep 14, 2016
Asad is helping me understand Rxjs as it is being used in the code base for my job. I really appreciate his willingness to assist me in this project by helping me fill in the gaps of my knowledge concerning Rxjs, Angular2, & es2015 + Typescript. Thank you Asad.
Sep 13, 2016
Asad is Great! This guy truly understands Rxjs. He quickly picked up very quickly what was happening in my code base for work, which by the way, is extremely large. We are using Angular2, Typescript, es2015, and Rxjs. This code base is form heavy and Asad did not even flinch. I'm glad I found him.
Sep 12, 2016
Very thorough and helpful. Good ability to teach through problem solving
Sep 11, 2016
Sep 8, 2016