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bio website brandonwamboldt.ca
location Halifax, Canada
age 21
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Email: brandon.wamboldt@gmail.com
Blog: http://brandonwamboldt.ca
Twitter: @brandonwamboldt
GitHub: http://github.com/brandonwamboldt

I'm a developer from Halifax, and I've spent most of my time with web development and system administration. I love the fast paced nature of web development, how there are so many new and interesting developments.

I use Ruby, Node.js, PHP, JavaScript, SASS, LESS, CSS, HTML and whatever other tools do the job.


Oct
19
awarded  Nice Question
Oct
19
answered What are your initial three steps when you are first presented with a software problem?
Oct
19
accepted Explaining technical things to non-technical people
Oct
18
awarded  Nice Question
Oct
14
answered How to work in localhost properly
Oct
13
accepted What to look out for in employment contracts
Oct
13
comment Explaining technical things to non-technical people
I always have people asking me what a database is, I normally say "Its like a series of excel sheets, or more complicated", but thanks :)
Oct
13
asked Explaining technical things to non-technical people
Oct
6
comment What to look out for in employment contracts
My employer threatened to fire me if I developed any software outside of work and distributed it since it would be direct competition. I work for a web design company :S So this is a very important clause to watch out for.
Oct
6
awarded  Self-Learner
Oct
6
accepted I am in a rather difficult work situation. Should I stay or should I go?
Oct
6
answered What to look out for in employment contracts
Oct
6
asked What to look out for in employment contracts
Oct
3
comment I am in a rather difficult work situation. Should I stay or should I go?
It's quite true that if I left the company may just as failed as they have a dozen or more signed contracts with set deadlines that wouldn't get done if I up a left. It also took me over a month to get all the information and knowledge I have now, good luck having somebody relearn all of that... So great bargaining power :)
Oct
2
asked I am in a rather difficult work situation. Should I stay or should I go?
Sep
30
awarded  Commentator
Sep
29
revised Alternatives to time tracking methodologies
deleted 5 characters in body
Sep
29
asked Alternatives to time tracking methodologies
Sep
27
comment Is it acceptable for projects to go over budget?
What if the estimate is too high then and we start losing clients, wouldn't that also be bad?
Sep
26
comment Is mod_security a good thing?
Way to not explain your down vote >.<