I'm a self-taught developer living in the Tampa Bay area who has mainly spent his career as the one-man "IT Guy" so I have a broader knowledge of business and software than the average developer. My primary language is C# but I also have dabbled in Ruby and Python. Currently working at a good company doing C# and SQL work with a little extras here and there. I pride myself on software craftsmanship and am a big proponent of the SOLID principles and good software design. My ultimate goal is to advance to a leadership role where I can focus on quality and delivering results that solve problems, empower users to be more efficient, and remain stable and easy to expand on later.
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