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Ryan is a freelance software engineer with over 10 years of software experience working with and for big-name clients such as Red Hat, Discovery Channel, AOL, Toyota, the National Academy of Sciences, and more. Ryan has helped teams deliver award-winning applications that drive business processes, site traffic, and profit. Ryan is the owner of Sonata Cove Sofware and puts his experience and creativity to work to build amazing solutions for the web, desktop and mobile devices. Ryan has a B.S. in Computer Science from UVA-Wise and a M.S. in Software Engineering from George Mason University.


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Apr
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comment Freelancing - Share the source code?
@JustinCave I've not used any freelance sites before, so you may be right. If the site does include it as having to hand it over, then yea, it's not a gray area at all, since it's in writing.
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answered Freelancing - Share the source code?
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Mar
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on scrum tag wiki
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Feb
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answered Are there general rules or best practices for building a new framework?
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Jan
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comment Software Engineer VS “Harder” Jobs
@Allon - Don't you think that's reading into the answer a little too much?
Jan
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comment Software Engineer VS “Harder” Jobs
@Allon - Actually it doesn't since one of the requirements is to "build an application that...". They did not build Word.
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comment I'm 15 and I want to Freelance
I would suggest you hit up the Startups Q/A site. Lots of great help there for starting freelancing from a business perspective: answers.onstartups.com
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on What are some FizzBuzz-type questions for web or SQL developers?