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Old 06-06-2007, 11:23 AM
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Freelance: PHP, CSS, Javascript, etc


Hi there,

I am currently looking to do small to medium sized freelance projects that are under a strict and quick deadline. I am a 22 year old living in Waterloo, Ontario currently doing professional systems development and administration as a full time career.

Here are some of my skills:
  • 5+ Years Professional LAMP Development
  • Highly experienced in the use of Javascript, CSS, HTML, AJAX Technology
  • Linux Server Administration - Primarily focused with Debian
  • Professional experience in database architecture and planning
  • Moderately experienced in Python, C#, and Java development

I have spent many years of my personal and professional career doing the above. I would like to work on projects that will not require long-term dedication. Projects I am willing to work on can range from small fixes, site or script modifications, database optimization or planning, and much more short-term projects.

I will provide you with a quote upon going over your project. My price will be reasonable and fair, as I am doing this as a side project to increase my skills and not as a primary source of income.

I work in a timely and efficient manner that provides good results. I am able to provide references to my professional work upon request

I can be contacted via the following methods:
Email: bgniado [at] whahay [dot] net
MSN: bgniado [at] whahay [dot] net
AIM: FayleAber

Thank you


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