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Class registration website.
Website programming and design.
making a new website
“First time outsourcing and was pleasantly surprised, great communication and follow up to questions..I would recommend Jon to anyone that needs their job done. A+++”daleferris 5 years ago
I need a website built
“He did a great job with the site. I am very pleased. Delivered on time and communicated. Also made all changes I asked for, and made my first outsourcing experience a great one. Would work with him again.”galmonte91 5 years ago
“Did an excellent job according to our specification answered all emails and questions”boston999 5 years ago
PHP script - read a webpage and save some fileds
“i'm very satisfied for his job. he has terminated the work on the time expected. The quality is high, and his professionality also. It was very simple explain the my requests. I would recommend it for new jobs.”marcodea 5 years ago
Multiple currency website
“Nice work done, it was a pleasure to work with phpevolution”webcom270 6 years ago
PHP file querying MySQL database
“If you are not already working with freelancers on this site, or even if you are, Jon will get you hooked. The job I posted was for a simple script to be a part of a larger project and he spent the time working with me to ensure I understood what needed to happen and even added a few security features and a video describing how it all works. If he bids on your project feel lucky - Jon's setting a high bar for other freelancers on the service and quality he's capable of producing.”wwomack 6 years ago
Self EmployedJan 2009
I have been working as a freelancer both her and at other freelancing sites on the web. Accepting and completing projects in a wide variety of areas.
1 year of University. 3 years of computer science in college2007 - 2008 (1 year)
Only college courses as preprations for certificates but never actually took the international exams (2006)
In my computer science years in college, most IT classes were a preparations for international degress such as CISCO, CompTIA and Zend. However, these certifcations were not part of the exams themselves and I never ended up actually enrolling for the tests at international institutiions such as PearsonVue and others.
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