Worked several years as a programmer and manager of software development, making SaaS (primarly web applications) for life insurance producers.
Recently accepted at UC Davis to work on my MS.
Most of my experience is in Ruby on Rails. My professional experience also extends to .Net, Java, C/C++, Python, PHP, Bash, MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, Apache, Nginx, IIS, Angular JS, jQuery.Net
I work with Arduinos and AVRs for fun.
I've been working so hard.
Keep punching my card.
Eight hours for what?
Please tell me what I've got.
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