I'm available for short remote consulting gigs and design reviews. I can do many things including query optimization, extract / transform / load work for MySQL and Oracle, programming in Java, C#, php, PERL, and several other languages. I charge reasonable rates for an experienced US-based developer.
I contribute to Stack Exchange to help give back; to do my small part to get other developers enthusiastic about this great trade.
I have no time for snarky comment exchanges. I have zero interest in competitiveness. That doesn't mean there's anything wrong with it. I just don't like it. If I have written an answer to a question, and then somebody puts a bounty on that question, I usually delete my answer even if it's helpful.
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