I’m an avid web geek (not to put too fine a point on it), with a slightly crass/warped/’different’ sense of humour and a rather realist take on life. I’m in no way a hippy and the only green I care about is the paint work on my car; but don’t get confused, I don’t particularly like driving.
I read ridiculous amounts of coding books (from all sorts of sources), can code in over 16 languages (programming, I speak English, English and erm English), including but not limited to PHP (+PHP-CLI), C#ASP.Net, MYSQL (+ innodb), MS-SQL (TSQL), and so on and so forth.
I like code semantic, clean and valid; I’ve grown wearie of murdering for messy code, and I EXPECT people in the industry to keep up-to-date with the latest practices and coding methods. Anything less is just lazy.
That’s more than enough information for anyone really; I am generally a ‘nice guy’, I’ve a hell of a lot of patience (that bar was raised continuously during years of ‘customer service’ jobs while I was at Uni), and I can generally find a solution to most if not all problems. There’s no such thing as unachievable on the web, you’ve just not found the solution yet.
This blog is in no way related to my employer and any opinions expressed on this site are my personal opinions and not necessarily shared by my employer.