Today, companies need highly skilled, motivated, responsible and teachable
employees. That's where I come in. I have been programming websites for over fifteen
years. I am confident in my abilities - whether it is to fix a few broken links
or create a Fortune 500 website and order processing system from scratch. Computers
work for me.
In the 'dot com' era, the internet was supposed to revolutionize business marketing
and strategies. Even though the envisioned revolution didn't happen as quickly as
most had hoped, that day has finally come. That's why you need someone who
understands the intricacies of computer programming. Someone who has practical,
real-world experience in every level of computer administration and application
development; from tech support to total site networking and management, and personal
websites to Fortune 500 web-application development. Not just another piece of paper
on the wall, but someone with real experience in an area where experience matters
most. Someone like me.
Experience teaches us best - no matter how well we think we are prepared for a new
situation, there's always something unexpected that pops up. This obvious little
fact often goes unrecognized - costing companies litterally billions of dollars
in fruitless development costs. That's why you need experience
on your side. Below is a list of a few of the more recognizable sites I've worked
on in the past few years.
An employee that can't learn new tricks and trades is about as much good as a paperweight
for those pesky office chairs that like to roll around on their own. Here is an
abbreviated list of some of the new skills I've acquired over just the past
You know what they say about all work and no play? It's true. More important than
that, a well-rounded person makes a great team player and a better leader. Here's
a list of some of my 'extracurricular' activities and interests.
No one would invest in a business he knew nothing about - and certainly no company
would invest in an employee they didn't have confidence in. Below is a list of companies
I have worked for and the duties for which I was responsible.