At the time of writing this, I have 6+ years of work experience, mostly web projects but also other types.
I've used various languages and frameworks: PHP, ASP.NET, C#, SQL Server, Crystal Reports, MySQL, Informix, jQuery, CakePHP, Subversion, Git, and unfortunately even C. I've also played with Sqlite, RoR, Python, GTK (etc) but I have never done a real project with them to call myself an expert.
I am of curious nature and like to learn new things, languages, tools and project management related stuff.
Lately I've been educating myself about all things Agile which are non-existant in the company I work in (far fowls have fair feathers?).
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