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Currently working on developing applications for the Raspberry PI under Wheezy using Python and C++.

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Very experienced Software architect with 20+ years experience developing user centred, enterprise scale and distributed software solutions in variety of architecture blueprints, including SOA, Cloud, Client Server and Web

Experience of the full software development life cycle using structured and Agile approaches and structured testing and quality assurance approaches.Familiar with Object Oriented Design principles, Design Patterns and UML

Microsoft .v1-4), ASP .NET (including Web Forms and MVC 3.0) VB.NET, c#, HTML, XML,JavaScript, JQuery, XML, XPath and XSLT, VB6. Classic ASP.Microsoft SQL Server (2000 onward), MySQL, Ingress, DB2.

Open Source and languages including Drupal, Django, WordPress, C/C++, Gambas,PHP and Python. Raspberry PI development especially XBMC interfaces. Linux, Windows Server (2000 onward), IIS, Apache. Installation and test. Load balancing and SQL Query Analysis

Active Directory/LDAP programming – ADSI and LDAP , Ms Office, LibreOffice. SVN, Source safe, Bugzilla. Cisco XML telephony programming. ITIL and SOX compliance experience.

 

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6 years ago Software Reviews -1
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coffeescript
"Well it installed OK and i managed to run it from the command line, but there is zero help. So unless you know what you are doing with this stick to writing javascript directly. I use typescript and that works in a similar fashion I believe. Dropbox are rewriting parts of their package in coffescript so documentation may well improve. "
2
kuser
"Not a bad little app especially if you are managing a large number of users and groups"
4
smem
"Very nice - lean and mean and does the job as described"
5
sqliteman
"Nicee lightweight database with pretty good support for the SQL language. Doesnt appear to support stored procedures but then I wouldnt use it for a large scale enterprise app. Good connectivity libs for python, php and the usual suspects"
4
thunderbird
"Its probably the best mail app out there but it has quite a few bugs, and when it crashes it does so catclysmically. I dont like the way it threads emails although this is a matter ot taste and can be switched off. Tne newsreader is also very good as is the calendar. Overall a nice app"
3
gambas2
"Not bad at all but move to version 3"
4
drpython
"I really like this as a lite python IDE. Doesnt have the features of the big boys like Eclipse but very good for what it is"
4
eagle
"I use it to build projects for the Raspberry PI. Very good overall. Bit clunky inplaces but certainly one of the best PCB apps around"
4
gparted
"One of the best disk tools ever. Feature rich, stable with an easy to use GUI"
5
gimp
"Quite simply Photoshop for Linux but better still"
5
vlc
"Although the gui could be improved the functionality of VLC is imcomparable. If you want a media player that does it all then VLC is certainly the one to use. You can find it in the Linux PPA."
5