Tuesday, 1 February 2011

James Snyder has been writing computer software since 1984. He is a specialist in Linux programming but writes code for many kinds of software. His primary computer language has been BASIC although he now works in a web environment as a web developer. He has recently been writing, testing, debugging, and maintaining the detailed instructions for work flow processes in content management systems. He is also conceiving, designing, and testing logical structures for solving problems in corporate information technology departments, big software companies, and small service firms. He currently works for a consulting company at client' sites as a contractor. He holds professional certifications in Linux System Administration for RedHat, SQL Databases, PERL, PHP and PYTHON. If you have a design for a program he can convert that design into a logical series of instructions that the computer can follow for your Web and business applications.

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