AngularJS/WordPress/Joomla/PhoneGap Developer with GIS background
Last active: 10/07/2014
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I've been becoming more and more familiar with Amazon Web Services, such as EC2, S3, DynamoDB, IAM policies, SES, etc. My recent project S3Upload involves all of these as well as Auth0, which is another powerful tool.
Travpd( http://www.travpad.org http://mobile.travpad.org and their backend) are also full of my sweat. They are still under developing.
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A brief timeline of my experiences powered by D3js.
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Just prepared an offline map demo using HTML5 Manifest and IndexedDB. When you opened this page, then disconnect your network and refresh your browser, you will find that everything still work well.
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Hi everyone, glad to announce that I'm back from the Chinese New Year and A self-representation website(http://mlhch.github.io/homepage) showing my skills in order to let you trust me ASAP.
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I have been working 5 years as an off shore resource for a company, whose business mainly focus on GIS solution.
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Hope below projects experience show my abilities well:
- (2014 - 2015) A AngularJS project based on Amazon Web Services(S3, DynamoDB) and Auth0
- (2014 - 2015) A GIS website's mobile version, with AngularJS, jQuery Mobile, Leaflet, GeoServer, PostgreSQL, Python used
- (2014 - 2015) A WordPress plugin with Leaflet, AngularJS, jQuery Mobile, Bootstrap, jQuery UI used.
- (2013) A PhoneGap app for Android with Leaflet, AngulaJSr, Spatialite, Android Java, Cordova Plugin used.
- (2013) A PhoneGap app for both Android and iOS with Sencha Touch used.
- (2013) A Website with Ruby on Rails as server side.
- (2012) Also dig into GNU Make to see how Android NDK build C/C++
- (2011) Script programing like using bash to backup EC2 instances everyday.
- (2009 - 2010) A Joomla! component with OpenLayers used.
I am now seeking opportunities to use my knowledges to meet your needs, also to keep myself busy.