Addressing a problem, adding features, build a new web application...
Real estate service "pixel perfect" website
Ongoing project for online ordering and more
Astrology website with dynamic content
Provide online learning materials in student's account
Developing complex pages (filled with data with partial update) using Laravel. These pages will eventually require faster and more responsiveness in rendering to the browser. As any project progression, it is essential to keep the code manageable if needed to scale and not even mentioning the speed of development. This is where I start to read React and Node, learning this last part and try to craft the ultimate web application.
Reading SCRUM guide.
Back-end ? Front-end ? Full-stack ? Done. Have any interesting project? Let's talk!
Learning/revision in depth of object oriented paradigm, C#, Java, Android with Java (MVVM), plain PHP
UML, software development lifecycle, SCRUM
Prototyping with Adobe XD
Windows Server 2016, SQL 2016, Visual Studio Code
Reading of ASP.Net Core
Announcement of .Net Core, EF Core at MSDN. All my works (.Net legacy) will not be possible to migrate :-(
Debut of PHP Laravel, MySQL.
Hardware: Play with hosting server to the cloud
HP Sales Certified: converged infrastructure solution
ASP.Net MVC5 and Entity Framework with SQL Database, faster development
Web RESTful service
Modern Web application with separation of concern, HML, CSS, ASP.Net wtih EF, dedicated servers for IIS and SQL DB
Hardware: Cloud hosting, offsite backup
ASP.Net 4.5, MVC 4
Debut of HTML 5, CSS 3
Windows Server 2012, Hyper-V virtualisation
Hardware: security camera
ASP.Net 3.5 and Web form with C#
Debut of AJAX
Windows Server 2008, IIS, SQL Server 2008
Server sizing and optimizing from software requirements
HP Sale and design of commercial solution
ASP.Net 2.0 and Web form with C#
TransACT SQL, stored procedure
Windows Server 2003 R2, IIS, SQL 2005
Hardware: Sell, configure enterprise servers such as HP Proliant, Dell PowerEdge. VPN firewall. Printers and networking. Cabling. Server cabinet
Microsoft volume licensing for enterprise
ASP.Net 1.0 and Web form with VB
First encounter with SQL 2000
HTML inline styling
Windows Server 2000, NT
Programming debut of HTML with static web page due to some increasing demands from customer in my computer store
Hardware: Build and sell clone PCs, small network setup
Everyone loves interesting post nowaday. So, in order to break the convention, I skip the traditional CV and portfolio and design this website that beats simply attaching a copy to the end of an email.
Designing my own portfolio has proven to be one of the most challenging projects to develop, as a client to myself has verified how difficult it is to make choices that would usually come as second nature. Nonetheless, itâs one of the most exciting self-initiated projects to complete.
The concept behind the delivery was to create a self-promotional package that was informal, in the format of a single page site. Maintaining simplicity is vital, ensuring that the format is refreshing and still to discover more about me.
Full stack web developer
Develop the company's website - coding, content, upload to hosting, design business card and letterhead.
Light application of Agile methodology during the project to respect timeline
Setup in-house server for office use
Hardware solution architect, sales of enterprise solutions
Design and sale of hardware solutions for SMB, maintain relationship with corporative account
Analysis of cost/sale versus competition pricing
Training, hands-on experience and documenting new products, softwares for future solution
Preparation of quote, case study, technical documentation
In-house preparation, setup, configuration of hardware before delivery
Purchase from distribution channel
Technical troubleshooting and after sale support
Working with insurer for IT equipement claims
Technical troubleshooting, repair, and customer service
Manage in-house file and email server
Co-founder of computer store for SBM and gamers
Technical troubleshooting, repair, and customer service
Management and operation of an 5 employees store
I can collaborate in several areas:
Problem spotting might seem easy, but we need to know why the problem occurs at first place. Does it occur
frequently or trigger by other events? It takes a holistic view, observe the trials and errors and understand
so that we can work the details.
Inspired by my study in engineering, engineers are known to solve problem, find the pain point and develop solutions from there. I am confident I can help you.
Where there is a need, there is an opportunity, hence there is work. Stick to the basic rule, develop one
feature at a time. Improve one feature at a time, and in turn it will cause demand for the related need to
improve. Observe, analyze and improve.
My ingenuity will find the answer.
Creating a complete full-stack application requires integrating multiple components. The front-end piece,
commonly called the user interface where the user see and interact, this layer must talk smoothly to the
server, and within the server, you'll need multiple layers: one to handle input from the user, one that is
doing the business logic and one to store information on the database. The database may or may not reside
on the same server. Depending on the size of the project, it may require more than one person to develop,
but this proven practice helps breaking the big problem to smaller parts which in turn it is easier to
On the other side, business minded person does not have the in-depth knowledge of programming, neither the patience to understand the details. They talk business language, they are eager to reach their business objective using certain operations or tools.
With my business experience and technical know how, I am the bridge, feeling the gap between the "wishlist" and "done" to deliver the tool with values and not just to prove the application has no bug.
Thank you for visiting my site. If I inspire confidence, good! It is a first step, please send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via .