Freelance Development

If you’re looking for a freelance developer for help with designing or developing a system then feel free to use my contact form to get in touch.

I am an experienced developer comfortable both with PHP & .NET technologies for client and/or server environments.

A summary of the langauges I am familiar with:

  • .NET 1.0, 1.1, 2.0, 3.0 & 3.5
  • PHP 4 & 5
  • Symfony & Zend Frameworks, plugins, doctrine & DbFinder
  • Payment Gateway integration (Paypal, Authorize.net, moneybookers, etc)
  • Scaling applications – both up and out and distributed design, redesign and deployment
  • Bringing applications alive with AJAX frameworks: jQuery, Prototype, etc
  • WWF, WCF, CardSpace, Ajax & Silverlight
  • Distributed Enterprise Development
  • MySQL, MS SQL, SQL Lite & Access
  • Office Addin Development (Excel, Word, Outlook) for Office 2003 & 2007
  • Visual Studio Add-in Development (VS 2005)
  • Smarty & PEAR Development (and integration)
  • Remote programming (POX, XMLRPC, SOAP, REST, ws-*)
  • Information Security (CISSP) & related technologies: PKI, SSO, CardSpace, OpenID
  • Virtualisation and cloud computing
  • Maximising the value of Open Source Development for organisations
  • Project Management
  • Platforms:
    • Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Windows Server 2003 (R1 & R2), Windows Home Server & Windows Longhorn
    • *nix platforms Ubuntu, Centos, Redhat, Open Solaris  (including hosting platforms: cPanel, Helm, Plesk)
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5 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Michael  |  Wednesday 30th May, 2007 at 11:01 pm

    Dasher,

    I just read your blog and I have to say it’s very impressive.

    I would like to draw you attention to a .NET code protection tool my company is developing – it is called ‘CliSecure’.

    CliSecure is a .NET obfuscator and code protector that offers protection against reverse engineering of your code. This tool implements a unique code protection technology that blocks attackers from utilizing advanced code tampering techniques such as dumping assembly contents from in-memory.

    I would appreciate if you will recommend this tool to your blog readers as you have already did for ‘Infragistics’.

    Your thoughts?

    Regards,

    Michael.

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  • 2. Sixf00t4  |  Thursday 20th September, 2007 at 9:49 pm

    Long time no chat my friend. Logd has been passed down to the community and we’re in need of some experienced coders to push the core distro forward, especially in terms of ajax and such. just throwing it out there for you, good to see you’re still alive and well.

    Reply
  • 3. Dmitri  |  Tuesday 1st January, 2008 at 12:13 am

    Hmm, you recommended Infragistics somewhere? I got dragged into using DevExpress on a project. Ugh. I’d rather use Qt 🙂

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  • 4. Dasher  |  Tuesday 1st January, 2008 at 1:31 pm

    Infragistics is a decent component set. They’re innovative and tend to have a clean API.
    The biggest problem is the cost – their component suite costs an arm and a leg – otherwise I’d use them more.

    DevExpress has a very flakey API – but they are a young company. It’ll be interesting to see how their products develop over the years.

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  • 5. brainhax  |  Saturday 26th November, 2011 at 6:46 pm

    hi dasher ,
    my appriciate your work regarding “Titanium Android Modules” .
    can you please help how to use them with titanium ?

    http://wiki.appcelerator.org/display/tis/Using+Titanium+Modules

    does not help .

    Reply

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