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Member since November, 2007
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David Della Vecchia 

I've been programming for the past 15 years. I'm experienced in PHP, Perl, SQL, Bash, as well as C#.net. Currently I am focusing mostly on LAMP (Linux Apache MySQL & PHP) development and Linux Administration. I'm natively from South Florida, but currently live in North Carolina.
$15 USD/hr
8 Reviews
4.2
  • 91%Jobs Completed
  • 100%On Budget
  • 100%On Time
  • 13%Repeat Hire Rate

Recent Reviews

Experience

LAMP Developer

Jun 2012 - Dec 2012 (6 months)

Contract LAMP developer. I wrote OOP PHP as well as Python with Django for multiple clients and projects.

Application Engineer II

Sep 2010 - Jun 2012 (1 year)

I was responsible for the uptime of over 200 servers. I installed and maintained Nagios (opsview), cacti, and OSSEC on all the servers as well as maintaining the applications that ran on them. These ranged from jboss app servers to oracle db's to IHS (IBM's custom apache build). I also worked with (from an administration perspective) oracles OAM and OID. This was a highly available enterprise environment. We were able to set all this up despite the servers being "managed" by ibm. (Read: we did it withou

Senior Software Enginner

Apr 2007 - Jun 2009 (2 years)

Developed an online corporate media sharing site similar to YouTube. Implemented live flash streaming solutions as well as writing a robust XML-RPC api for third party flash developers. I also built and maintained their source control setup as well as being responsible for code release management and deployment.

Software Engineer

Jan 2006 - Apr 2007 (1 year)

I converted applications to PHP as well as building and maintaining their agent portal and online shopping cart.

Education

Bachelors in Computer Science

2000 - 2004 (4 years)

Certifications

CompTIA A+ (2000)

PC Hardware and Software Certification. Originally obtained in 2000 but has been renewed every 5 years after that.

Publications

Config.DDV

My blog