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bio website luisarriojas.com
location San Francisco, CA
age 32
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U.S. developer specialized in front-end web development and webapp perfornance, with experience in different functional areas, like software and web development, database administration, virtualization, networking, and with an extensive academic background in economics and finance.

● Why a Public Accounting bachelor? I decided to study business first because it brought me a broader vision of business applications when used my programming skills. After that, I pursued a Computer Science bachelor, a Web Engineering master, and am still learning new and trending programming languages, frameworks, and anything related with the IT industry.

● How do I see myself? As a self-student always interested to learn new technologies, and as a proactive engineer with personal responsability.

● Highlights: ✔ Senior developer in HTML5, JavaScript, JQuery, and CSS3 ✔ Senior developer in PHP and Node.js ✔ Senior development experience with SQL using MySQL databases ✔ Experience developing for mobile devices using Responsive Web Design ✔ MongoDB DBA ✔ Self-directed and self-managed

● Specialties: ✔ Front-end web development using AngularJS ✔ Webapps optimization


Apr
18
comment best practices for NoSQL database design
I think this thread should be in the Database site of Stack Exchange. There you could find more help about this issue.
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revised I'm at a crossroads with programming and theory
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Aug
4
revised What's the best lesson you have learned in your career?
fixed grammar
Aug
4
answered What's the best lesson you have learned in your career?
Aug
4
comment I'm at a crossroads with programming and theory
@01010011 I read both links and think that they're a very good list to have an engineer/professional mind. Although today mid and big size companies are requiring Git like a "Plus" skill. And like a personal comment more that professional, I study a lot of maths like any student of computer science in any university, but in the real world, it isn't used too much. Else you want to start studying Machine Learning.
Aug
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revised I'm at a crossroads with programming and theory
fixed grammar
Aug
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answered I'm at a crossroads with programming and theory
Jan
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awarded  Autobiographer
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Dec
15
accepted is PERT/CPM still being used?
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awarded  Tumbleweed
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23
asked is PERT/CPM still being used?
Apr
23
answered Writing code vs using drag & drop tools
Apr
23
comment Kaizen in DevOps methodology?
I don't see the point too (of devops). I was getting myself some culture with software development methodologies, project management, and quality, and I find with DevOps.
Apr
22
asked Kaizen in DevOps methodology?
Apr
21
answered Idea for CAPTCHA
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