I have over twenty-five years of experience developing software using a variety of technologies. I’m currently a software engineer on a full-time all-remote agile team. Prior to that, I did independent consulting. And before that I worked for a research company on a variety of projects. Along the way, I’ve written technical documentation, managed software teams, planned projects, and edited project proposals.
It’s a problem you could solve with a little software development — perhaps a custom one-off program, or maybe a change to some existing software. Or maybe you’re not sure if there’s an easy software solution, and you want some experienced advice.
It’s not a big enough problem to justify hiring a full-time software engineer: You just need someone to solve this problem.
If that describes you, then maybe I can help. Contact me, and we’ll see what we can figure out.
I’ve been working with computer technology for a long time. A few years ago, a recruiter for a consulting firm asked me to prepare a brief description of every project I’ve ever worked on. I was surprised by how long it was. It turns out I’ve worked on a lot of different projects, using a lot of different technologies – sometimes as a solo developer, sometimes as a team member, and sometimes as team leader.
I’ve now updated that list, and what follows is pretty much every project I’ve worked on in my software career.