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Member since March, 2013
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Software-Nation offers a complex spectrum of custom software development services. Since entering the IT industry, we've gained exceptional experience in software development on MS technologies as well as software development methodologies, game, web and OS platform development. We specialize in creating dedicated teams and the offshore development centers that fit our customers' goals. We make sure that our clients get leading innovative solutions that are both cost-efficient and dependable in order for them to achieve long term successes, handle their business issues and stay competitive. Significant experience building dedicated teams for near shore outsource projects. We have a large pool of IT specialists and can create a team for your offshore project in almost any technology, with no exceptions.
$30 USD/hr
23 Reviews
  • 65%Jobs Completed
  • 100%On Budget
  • 100%On Time
  • 6%Repeat Hire Rate

Recent Reviews


Senior Software Developer

Jan 2007

I worked in the Government sector and private as well I hold a U.S. security clearance I can work on classified and government projects. I am Professionally proficient in the following languages: , PHP, HTML 5, Ruby On Rails, Python, Java, jQuery , C, C++, C#, Objective C etc... I am also proficient in communication gear (Radio and Satellite signaling).


Computer Science

1999 - 2003 (4 years)

Cryptography Communication School

2007 - 2011 (4 years)


MCITP (2009)


I am a registered and active Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP) till 2015 I can provide my registration code upon request where you can verify on Microsoft's web page.

CCNP (2009)


I am a CCNA and CCNP license holder still active till 2015. I can provide registration numbers upon request.

LPCI-3 (2005)


LPCI-3 Certified ( yes I passed the LPI-300 exam if you are thinking about asking me) I can provide the cert # at request.

PHP and Zend Framework (2008)


I have it its a retarded pointless certification that only scratches the surface of what you should really know to do commercial PHP company required it so I got it :-)