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Trent Sartain

Trent Sartain

I'm an experienced software developer who loves to teach almost as much as I love to learn.

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I am a software developer with a passion for both writing good code and massaging bad code into something more flexible and usable. I'm driven by my need to understand new and interesting things. Coding has given me access to some of the world's more challenging problems and I've loved every minute of it.
Csharp expert help C# - 7 years experience
As a .NET developer, C# has been my language of choice for many years. I've become comfortable with all parts of the language ranging from quick and simple algorithms to more complex and abstract implementations.
No icon .NET - 7 years experience
.NET development is how I got my start. Most of the professional work I have done has centered around .NET applications such as websites (MVC and Webforms), WinForms, Console Applications and Code Libraries.
Sql expert help SQL - 7 years experience
I often need to use SQL in many .NET applications I have worked on. My experience ranges from complete database schema design to query optimization. I have worked with full-text indexing to aid in searches and have worked with SQL via C# using custom SQL providers, EntityFramework and LINQ.
Html css expert help HTML/CSS - 7 years experience
As a .NET developer, I've needed to keep up with HTML and CSS trends so that I can make good looking and functional websites.
Javascript expert help JavaScript - 4 years experience
As a .NET developer, I've had to come up with interesting solutions to problems that came about due to client requirements. Many of those solutions were solved by custom JavaScript and Jquery.
Git expert help Git - 4 years experience
Though I started with SVN, I quickly became acclimated with Git and now use it as my primary version control. I've become comfortable with the Git commands and can get myself and others out of most of the common binds.
No icon Spritekit - 2 years experience
I have been using SpriteKit since it was released. I find the framework to be quite wonderful and often use it to whip up quick game concepts.
Ios expert help iOS - 4 years experience
For iOS development, I've mainly concerned myself with gaming development. I am comfortable with the other iOS environments, but my specialties are in the SpriteKit domain of iOS development.
Jquery expert help jQuery - 5 years experience
I've often used jQuery in my .NET applications. jQuery gives the extra oomph that some MVC sites need in order to show loading progress, slick animations and more.
Angular js expert help AngularJS - 1 year experience
AngularJS is relatively new to me, but I have come to enjoy using it quite a bit. I've built a couple of Angular-only sites as well as integrating Angular sites into existing .NET MVC frameworks.
No icon Kentico - 2 years experience
I used Kentico as a CMS for a .NET site for a couple of years. I became a Kentico certified developer and often recommend it to those looking for a high quality .NET CMS. I'm familiar with both the User UI and coding custom implementations from the backend.
Neural-Network 75   17
This is a configurable Neural Network written in C#. The Network functionality is completely decoupled from the UI and can be ported to any project.
SwiftDrawnPhysics 6   1
SKDestructibleNode 5   0
This is an extension of the SKSpriteNode class and allows for destructible image nodes.
DotNetJWT 1   0
This is an example project that provides a .NET Authentication Server using OWIN and a custom OAuthProvider and a resource server. There is also an example AngularJS project that utilizes the authentication server to get the JWT and then passes it in the header to the resource server.
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Trent was a fantastic mentor!! He was extremely patient and helped me tremendously ! I highly recommend him!
Jesse Bradley Dec 15, 2015