My apologies in advance should I seem a little anxious to climb onboard. As I'm not currently active in development, I'm very much looking forward to getting started on my next project.
I'm afraid I've been off to a rough start so far. It seems as though nobody wants to give me a good go. I have a few novel app ideas that I've been dreaming up. While I am accepting all serious offers, I am also considering the value of propriety.
Either way, I'm just getting started.
I knew something was wrong when everyone voted to use PHP to generate Java source code. When I took control of the project, I took the project manager and development lead roles over an entire system architecture refactorization during the final two months of the two semester long project, incorporating dozens of features over the course of a month or so. Although a risky position, by leveraging the eXtreme Programming (XP) agile project management methodology, the peer programming model provided us results that impressed even our professors upon delivery. We developed unit tests to ensure component functionality, automated user story/acceptance testing, and automated project deployment from the GitLab development repository to development, staging, and production servers, with all services living in the AWS cloud.
I provided instrumental leadership needed to ensure the concise IBM POS & kiosk Technology Refresh Project upgrades were a timely success.
Utilizing Java as a requirement, the project purpose was following the software development lifecycle (SDLC) waterfall model with primary focus on what exactly it entails and some hints as to why we may actually want to avoid using the process. We utilized a Model-View-Controller (MVC) design to design and develop the application.
I have withdrawn from my undergraduate studies. Once I restart, I should be able to wrap up everything within a year or two with distance education options.
It is far more important for me to take control of my escalating student debt right now.
So, at least for the present, it looks like I'm back to self-educating.
Many of my talents have been procured without any formal training. While I may be self-taught and self-motivated, I'm not self-centered. I do play well with others and treat everyone with respect.
“Well that's the beauty of it. It doesn't do a thing.”
Apart from being a web and app developer (and everything else I do), I spend a fair amount of my free time at the Planet Fitness. I am interested in travel, food, nutrition, fitness, wellness, science, technology, electronics, and the cosmos.
When I'm not inventing things, I find leisure, rarely, listening to music, watching some of my favorite TV shows and movies, playing my Xbox One, cooking up bright, flavorful foods, catching up on social media, or researching topics of interest online.
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