I’ve moved the laundry list of technologies away from my CV and published it here on my blog. I’m trying to keep my CV more focused and the increasing list of technologies was becoming unruly. Except where indicated, all technologies and techniques have been used in commercial settings for a minimum of 3 months. However, most of the technologies below have been used for a much longer period.
ASP.Net 1.0 to 4.5 including Web Forms and MVC Framework, AJAX, Web Services (including SOAP based, WCF and Web API), Classic ASP, JQuery, JQuery UI, HTML, CSS, Automapper. .Net Windows Forms, Windows Services, Localisation, MSMQ
ES5, ES6, React, Node.js, Babel, Gulp, Webpack, Fabric.js, JQuery, JQueryUI. Also AngularJS and Express but just on my own projects.
NHibernate, Entity Framework, T-SQL, SQL Server 7.0 to 2012, Performance analysis, Data Warehousing, SQL Server reporting 2005, MongoDB
Tools and Third Party Products
Visual Studio, VS Code, EPiServer, EPiServer Relate, EPiServer Mail, EPiServer Find, MailChimp, Telligent Community, Telerik controls, Google Maps API, Fiddler, Nuget
Languages and Technologies
Testing and Development Operations
NUnit, Moq, RhinoMocks, Ninject, Castle Windsor, SpecFlow, MSpec, Coded UI, NCover, Team Foundation Server 2013 – 2015, Team City, Cruise Control, Vault, Source Safe, SVN, Git, IIS, Resharper, Wix
Agile, Iterative, Waterfall, Test Driven and Behaviour Driven development
Used for limited periods during commercial projects, in non-commercial settings or academic or frankly I used them years ago so the memory of them is a little hazy.
Informatica PowerCentre, Crystal Reports, Dojo, Twilio, Iron Python, Azure, PostSharp, Express.js, Java, C
Samples of my work and general tinkering can be found at my git hub site
I’ve a couple of hundred posts on Stack Overflow. This is from a few years ago when I was primarily (but not exclusively) involved in Web Forms development. I don’t post on there now. I found it a bit unpleasant at times – the JQuery tag was particularly brutal. I prefer to post on my blog now, where I can write longer more considered pieces.
My Microsoft Exams transcript can be accessed with Transcipt ID 831754 and Access Code lswycnda from the above link.