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Master Geek

#196726 10-Jun-2016 16:02
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We're a small web design company that do bespoke web apps for ecommerce and clients' in-house accounting software.
We use our own CMS and custom code.

If you have some capacity and are interested, then please PM your contact details?



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Uber Geek
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  #1615238 21-Aug-2016 19:51
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I've got three years plus PHP, HTML, CSS, JavaScript ( as well as a raft of others languages including Java, VBA, visual basic, etc etc etc). Am used to doing PHP workflow work including reporting and Excel integrations. Have also got experience in PHP MySQL to MySQLi and PDO upgrades.


Happy to help if you still need someone. Also have mad testing skills and happy to do documentation, requirements analysis etc.


Can either quote or by the hour as required.





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Ultimate Geek

  #1615373 21-Aug-2016 22:03
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I think you might have privacy mode turned on because I can't PM you :)


I have almost 17 years experience with PHP, I started with PHP3 in 1999 straight out of university. My week is about 60% Ruby on Rails, 30% PHP (a mix of Symfony, Akelos and an internally build MVC) and 10% Linux sysadmin, apart from a short stint in 2005-06 as a C# programmer I've been pretty much writing PHP non-stop. I use PostgreSQL for most projects but some that I've taken over managing use MySQL and MSSQL. I do lots of work with ExtJS and write most of my management interfaces using that, both for desktop and mobile devices. A lot of work also involves Xero integration and some MYOB (although I try to avoid that), I mostly write bespoke CRMs, inventory systems, POS systems and some public facing sites.


If you would like any more details please send me a message.




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Master Geek

  #1625051 7-Sep-2016 13:20
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Thanks, I did.  There's one there for you.  Cheers.

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