“What have you?” was a phrase that I learned from my grandmother who raised her family during the Depression and WWII. This was after a childhood where she lost her father and oldest brother to the the Influenza pandemic during WWI. I always knew what she meant when she said it. Basically, what she was saying was to quit complaining, take what you’ve got and make it work. Life is not for cry-babies. To me it means “What am I made of?”. What do I have to solve this problem? What do I need? How do I get it? I ask myself these questions every time I face a new challenge.
So what have you? What problems do you need an experienced web developer to solve? I can help you analyze what the problem is, determine what resources you have currently and what resources you need to implement a solution or workflow to improve your business.
I’ve worked as an IT professional for many years. First in operations, monitoring systems, running backups, upgrades, hardware replacement, migrations, implementing API’s and payment solutions. More recently, since around 2002, I have been working as an open source web developer for financial corporations, education and small private companies.
I develop with open source tools in open source environments. I can and have worked in proprietary and legacy environments. If the goal of your project is to move away from these systems and into the open source equivalent then I am interested. I love a challenge.