Microsoft Certified Proffesional Developer
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Looking to develop website with clean, nice and modern design, considering User Experience?
Need to develop advanced business logic, put web forms and other collabration tools inside?
Integrate third party API services?
You found a right person. I'm Michael, working on web design and development since 2006. Expert in all fields that are required for the web.
You can see my portfolio in my profile and this website http://www.63bits.com/en/#portfolio
I'm Microsoft Certified Professional so everything your read below can be proved by Microsoft.
Designing, building, developing and supporting relational databases. Generally working with Microsoft SQL Server database systems. Building advanced business logic,
optimized queries and always follow database normalization rules.
I also have experience working with MySql databases. Used to build php and wordpress websites before, that helped me to learn a lot about managing and developing MySql databases.
* Server Side Develpment
C# and ASP.NET MVC, this is my primary programming language and technology, I also build a lot of business applications on Webforms so both ASP.NET development technologies are pretty familiar to me.
In the beginning of my career I've get started as PHP deveolper and worked few years in that direction, so got pretty much time to gain experience in PHP development.
* Client Side Development
HTML5, CSS3, this is what I use for building my websites, always follow the most recent standarts and care about SEO optimization.
The best thing I learned being web developer, is that most of your attention should be addressed to User Experience and Interfaces of your website or application.
This is what you are finality interacting with and that shows the level of quality for website or application. They should be extremly simple and easy to use, so
every single end user don't have any question regarding what to do next while looking to your website or application.
I took a lot of offline courses and online Lynda lessons about designing UI in a correct way. So when I work on a project first thing I always
think about is the final consumers. I care too much about how userfriendly my designed interfaces will be for end users.